TransitionalCareServices.comŪ Training a New Generation of Transitional Care Managers

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 General News
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TransitionalCareServices.comŪ is offering training for transitional care managers to bridge the gap in care coordination between hospital and home.

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Richard Weatherman, founder and CEO

of AdvantagePlusCaregivers.comŪ and TransitionalCareServices.comŪ, recently announced that TransitionalCareServices.comŪ is training a new generation of transitional care managers.

"This brand-new category of health care training is designed to bridge the disjointed discharge gap between hospital and home," said Weatherman, who wrote the training himself. "Digital online training will be ready for those interested by February 15, 2019."

Anyone can sign up, but to be a certified Transitional Care Manager one has to be a licensed nurse (LVN, LPN, RN). Once training is complete, the graduate will be given instructions on how to get listed as a transitional care manager on the online transitional care service platform with mobile application. The transitional care manager can then go to hospitals and by utilizing the three-step process can provide a smooth transition from hospital to home.

"In step two they will go to the home to do a home safety aid evaluation and make sure the home is ready for the client," concluded Weatherman. "Transitional care managers also educate clients on their self-directed care and go over all follow-up instructions."

For more information go to TransitionalCareServices.com and look for TCM Training.

About TransitionalCareServices.comŪ TransitionalCareServices.comŪ offers a hospital-to-home transition program that is specially designed to make the transition smooth and provide better outcomes. From driving the patient safely back to the comfort of their homes, to making sure that they fulfill their discharge orders, and to educate them about their medications and self-directed care, this program will have a tremendous impact in the health and quality of life of the patient after hospitalization and ultimately reduce their chances of getting hospitalized to a minimum. For more information, please call 800-395-2065, or visit http://www.transitionalcareservices.com.

For media inquiries, please call the NALA at 805.650.6121, ext. 361.

 

SOURCE TransitionalCareServices.com



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