Best practices position MGA for growth, industry changes
For over 10 years, MGA Home Healthcare has embraced best practices that back our committed approach to providing safe, high-quality patient care, supporting the communities we serve, and aiding our dedicated healthcare professionals with ongoing training and development to help them succeed.
At MGA, we offer comprehensive services that permit the best possible outcome for every patient. Our dedicated clinical case managers work closely with each patient and their caregivers to create a personalized care plan based on individual circumstances.
This summer, new federal regulations will help to fortify MGA’s patient-centric approach with revised industry standards. Some of the impending changes include:
- Patient-centered care that requires home healthcare agencies to provide a more active, collaborative approach to coordinating services for patients with the patient, caregiver, physicians, and other disciplines
- Enhanced quality assessment and performance improvement program that continuously evaluates and improves the agency’s health care services
- Family Caregiver support and obligations, like work schedules, must be taken into consideration when agencies assess the ability and willingness of caregivers to provide assistance to patients when developing patient care plans
Since its inception, MGA has approached home health from the patient’s and caregiver’s perspectives. We recognized early on that the families we encounter need, and deserve, a personal approach when seeking professional home care services for their loved ones. We understand that children, especially, require special consideration and care.
Our mission has always been to put patients first and to support evolving home health industry standards that do the same. With locations in Arizona, Texas and Colorado, MGA Home Healthcare fills a growing need in our communities by providing invaluable care services and empowering patients and their caregivers to be confident collaborators in their home health care process.
For a full list of new regulations, consult the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ finalized rules and beneficiary protections.