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  The C.O.R.E. Programs  
     
 
Clinically  Oriented  Respiratory  Evaluation/Education

Patient follow-up and education are the keys to successful disease management, and improved overall quality of life. The GOLD1 Initiative identified patient education as one of the key factors lacking in the diagnostic group of COPD. The AARC2 has, for many years, advocated education and ongoing evaluation to help patients with lung disease achieve their maximal quality of life. This is the standard we at HomeTown Oxygen use to develop and deliver the very best care we can to the patient. Respiratory disease is the “core” of our business. In order to meet the needs of this population we have developed and implemented the C.O.R.E. family of programs.

C.O.R.E. Basic Program: No Order Required. An entry level Patient Education and Evaluation provided at the set-up of all respiratory equipment. Additionally, regular phone follow-up is used to identify any needs or problems.

C.O.R.E RT Assessment Program: Order Required. Includes all of CORE Basic plus a comprehensive clinical respiratory assessment.

C.O.R.E. COPD Program: Order Required. HomeTown Oxygen’s COPD disease management program which incorporates the education modules found in most pulmonary rehabilitation programs. The program provides outcome measurements to the physician.

C.O.R.E. Sleep Program: Order Required. A CPAP/Bi-Level program that places emphasis on patient compliance through education and consistent follow-up.

C.O.R.E. Cardio Program: Order Required. Designed to help identify and treat patients with apparent cardiac or vascular conditions caused by an underlying respiratory condition. Through the use of Webox® nocturnal oximetry, conveniently delivered to and picked-up from the patients home, we help to provide diagnostic values to identify needs for treatment.

1. GOLD – The Global Initiative for Chronic Lung Disease published in 2001.

2. AARC - The American Association of Respiratory Care.

 
     
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