Bringing Comprehensive Care Solutions to the Patient's Home
Contessa has pioneered the delivery of comprehensive care in the home that combines all the essential elements of a hospital or rehabilitation stay within the comfort of patients’ homes. Our proven model helps to improve patient outcomes and satisfaction, achieve cost savings and define a new standard for care delivery.
Contessa's Models Facilitate Care for more than
150 inpatient Diagnosis-Related Groups
What Makes Our Solutions Unique
Contessa's clinical care models are co-developed with provider partners and are grounded in evidence-based protocols and best practices. This ensures that patients receive the level of care they need and deserve. Contessa consistently measures and reports clinical and patient satisfaction outcomes.
Recovery Care Coordinators
Contessa's Recovery Care Coordinators work alongside hospital partners to identify eligible patients for Home Recovery Care. The Recovery Care Coordinators act as an extension of the provider’s team by guiding the patient’s care plan.
While at home, patients are equipped with a state-of-the-art telehealth system allowing them to connect seamlessly with their physician, registered nurse and Recovery Care Coordinator. Physicians have increased access to their patients, without disrupting their daily schedule.
Benefits of Comprehensive Care at Home
Hospitals are not a one-size-fits-all solution for patients. Contessa knows there is a better way to deliver high-quality, safe and affordable care for patients recovering from non-life-threatening conditions.
Monitoring Vital Signs
A Registered Nurse can monitor vitals remotely with advanced technologies.
Nurses provide useful education to sustain recovery beyond initial care.
A registered nurse provides medical care at home, such as: IVs, wound care and dressing changes.
Recovery Care Coordinators schedule follow-up appointments with doctors.
Patients typically have a faster recovery time compared to traditional hospital stays.
Lower Infection Risk
The home has a much lower risk of spreading hospital-acquired infections.