The Home Care Association, a nonprofit that advocates for home care, released a report this week that finds nursing homes are the best for home health care.
The study found that homes with home care are better at keeping patients and the community healthy.
Home care can be as simple as getting a nurse to take your vital signs, and the research shows that it’s a good fit for nursing homes with older, older patients who require long-term care.
In the study, researchers analyzed more than 1,500 nursing homes in Florida and North Carolina to determine the best homes for home-care.
Their findings: The best nursing home is the one that’s got the longest average stay time of patients, the most intensive care unit (ICU), and the most beds.
More nursing homes had higher rates of hospitalization, emergency department visits, and discharge from the hospital.
If you’re a nursing home resident and have experienced a home visit that was less than ideal, the home care association recommends that you call the hospital and make sure the hospital has a good plan to deal with it.
For a nursing care provider, the study found, a home with a high rate of home visits, ICU stays, and hospitalizations was better than a home that had fewer than 10% of its patients in nursing homes.
“This is not a case of one thing being more important than another, and that’s the case for nursing home care,” said Dr. John E. Pinto, director of the Center for Nursing Research and Education at the University of Florida.
“This is a case where home care is a better option than care at a hospital.”
Home care has been the cornerstone of American health care for more than a century, and in the United States, it remains the cornerstone for most people who need it.
In addition to being the cornerstone, home care also has proven to be a good place to live, and for that reason, the National Health Service Corps, which manages nursing home facilities across the country, recommends that homes be managed by home care providers and that residents get the same quality of care.
The study looked at more than 9,000 nursing homes across the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, the United Arab Emirates, and Canada.
The researchers did not compare the quality of the nursing home to that of the other nursing homes, and they also did not factor in other factors that might affect the outcome.
They also did find that there were some differences between nursing homes that were managed by people and those that were not.
Home care is more expensive than nursing home residents generally get in the U.S.
The researchers also found that home care residents in the study had higher levels of physical activity, were more likely to be unemployed, and were more vulnerable to mental health issues.
The Home Care Associates study also found nursing home homes had more nursing home beds, were less likely to have multiple ICUs, and had more residents who had chronic diseases.
“The results support the importance of home care and support the recommendation of the National Home Care Advisory Council,” said Lisa B. Davis, director and CEO of the Home Care Associations.