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Medical Practices

Pulmonary and Cardiac Program

Why your physician or home healthcare agency has recommended our In-Home
Pulmonary or Cardiac Rehab Program For You

Medical Practices

Pulmonary and Cardiac Program

PULMONARY REHABILITATION 

Hospital Readmission 2.4% vs 17% National Average = 86% REDUCTION

Program Completion Rate 96%

CARDIAC REHABILIATION 

Hospital Readmission - 8% vs 22% National Average = 64% REDUCTION

Program Completion Rate: 95% 

RESULTS

WE KEEP YOUR TOUGHEST DISCHARGED PATIENTS OUT OF THE HOSPITAL

Medical Practices

Hear a few of our patients tell their stories of recovery and watch them participate in their in-home sessions. 

MEET REGGIE

  • 71 year-old retiree

  • Was told he would be on oxygen the rest of his life

  • Couldn't walk up or down stairs

  • Couldn't walk from bed to bath

  • Diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis - told no cure

  • Suffered from depression caused by his illness

  • Felt like he had "an expiration date" on his forehead

  • Watch the video to see Reggie now!​​

Recent Pulmonary Patient

AND WE HAVE MANY CASES JUST LIKE REGGIE!
  • 71 year-old retiree

  • Was told he would be on oxygen the rest of his life

  • Couldn't walk up or down stairs

  • Couldn't walk from bed to bath

  • Diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis - told no cure

  • Suffered from depression caused by his illness

  • Felt like he had "an expiration date" on his forehead

  • Watch the video to see Reggie now!​​

MEET REGGIE

  • 71 year-old retiree

  • Was told he would be on oxygen the rest of his life

  • Couldn't walk up or down stairs

  • Couldn't walk from bed to bath

  • Diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis - told no cure

  • Suffered from depression caused by his illness

  • Felt like he had "an expiration date" on his forehead 

  • Watch the video to see Reggie now!​​

CONTACT US

Recent Pulmonary Patient

AND WE HAVE MANY CASES JUST LIKE REGGIE!
With 24 remote care management - remote patient monitoring

Please Note: Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabs are 100% telemedicine, and there are no in-person appointments.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation

PROGRAM

  • 3 Days per Week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday): 1-hour sessions (via Zoom)

  • Class times may vary based on patient skill level and availability

  • Patients submit a Daily Therapy Journal each day – this allows their assigned clinician to continuously monitor their vitals, even when they are not in class

PATIENT ONBOARDING

  • Patients have an initial Zoom consultation with their assigned clinician prior to starting 3 day/week cardiac rehab to discuss past medical history and establish a proper treatment plan. Each patient receives a starter kit prior to starting cardiac rehab that contains the necessary equipment needed to participate in class and take their vitals at home.

CARDIO EQUIPMENT                     PULMONARY EQUIPMENT

  • Pulse oximeter, exercise bands, pedometer

  • Blood pressure cuffs

  • Weight scale

  • Bluetooth ECG/EKG monitor: this device will allow both patients and LTV clinicians to monitor the real-time results and collect continuous data

  • Living Well with Heart Disease: Workbook (Heart Disease & Rehab, Healthy Eating, Exercise, Taking Medications, Managing Risk Factors and Emotional Health)

  • Incentive Spirometer – with (Respiratory Muscle Trainer)

  • Pulse Oximeter

  • Exercise Bands

  • vPEP (Flutter Device)

  • Pedometer

  • Harmonica

  • Hand and Foot Bike

PROGRAM LENGTH

  • Our rehab programs are 12 Weeks (36 Sessions):

  • During the initial assessment, patients are given a tentative graduation date based on their starting date in rehab

  • Upon graduating LTV rehab, patients have an exit interview with their assigned clinician where they will discuss ways they can continue exercising and staying active

CLASSROOM TIME

In addition to exercise, our rehab programs educate patients on proper diet and nutrition and teaches them basic stress management techniques. Our telemedicine rehab includes the same structure for each class:

  • Check-in (blood pressure and heart rate check)

  • Warm-up

  • Main exercise

  • Cool down

  • Check-out (record vitals)

EACH PATIENT WILL ALSO HAVE A MONTHLY FOLLOW-UP CONFERENCE WITH THEIR ASSIGNED CLINICIAN TO ASSESS THEIR PROGRESS AND ESTABLISH NEW GOALS.

CONTACT US

PROGRAM LENGTH

  • Our rehab programs are 12 Weeks (36 Sessions):

  • During the initial assessment, patients are given a tentative graduation date based on their starting date in rehab

  • Upon graduating LTV rehab, patients have an exit interview with their assigned clinician where they will discuss ways they can continue exercising and staying active

CLASSROOM TIME

In addition to exercise, our rehab programs educate patients on proper diet and nutrition and teaches them basic stress management techniques. Our telemedicine rehab includes the same structure for each class:

  • Check-in (blood pressure and heart rate check)

  • Warm-up

  • Main exercise

  • Cool down

  • Check-out (record vitals)

EACH PATIENT WILL ALSO HAVE A MONTHLY FOLLOW-UP CONFERENCE WITH THEIR ASSIGNED CLINICIAN TO ASSESS THEIR PROGRESS AND ESTABLISH NEW GOALS.

 

With 24 remote care management - remote patient monitoring

Please Note: Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabs are 100% telemedicine, and there are no in-person appointments.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation

PROGRAM

  • 3 Days per Week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday): 1-hour sessions (via Zoom)

  • Class times may vary based on patient skill level and availability

  • Patients submit a Daily Therapy Journal each day – this allows their assigned clinician to continuously monitor their vitals, even when they are not in class

PATIENT ONBOARDING

Patients have an initial Zoom consultation with their assigned clinician prior to starting 3 day/week cardiac rehab to discuss past medical history and establish a proper treatment plan. Each patient receives a starter kit prior to starting cardiac rehab that contains the necessary equipment needed to participate in class and take their vitals at home.

 PULMONARY EQUIPMENT

  • Pulse oximeter, exercise bands, pedometer

  • Blood pressure cuffs

  • Weight scale

  • Bluetooth ECG/EKG monitor: this device will allow both patients and LTV clinicians to monitor the real-time results and collect continuous data

  • Living Well with Heart Disease: Workbook (Heart Disease & Rehab, Healthy Eating, Exercise, Taking Medications, Managing Risk Factors and Emotional Health)

  • Incentive Spirometer – with (Respiratory Muscle Trainer)

  • Pulse Oximeter

  • Exercise Bands

  • vPEP (Flutter Device)

  • Pedometer

  • Harmonica

  • Hand and Foot Bike

CARDIO EQUIPMENT                     

Richard Munoz

917-588-4101

 

Remote Care Today

608 Melvin Avenue, Suite 102

Annapolis, MD 21401

800-480-3344

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