How Care Management
Getting Started With A Care Manager
Annual Retainer Details
A Cornerstone Care Manager will meet with your loved one every 3 months, establishing a relationship and in the case of an emergency, a familiar face will be available. A Care Manager can conduct safety checks in case of inclement weather or meet your loved one at the hospital if an emergency call is necessary. Because the Care Manager has access to medical records, legal documentation, and the contact information for loved ones, emergency personnel will have all that is needed to provide the best possible care.
In addition to an on-call Care Manager, you will also receive a CareTree membership (a $1000 value). This membership will allow you access to an individualized online portal where we can communicate, coordinate, and stay informed regarding your loved one’s care.
- Assessment with referrals and recommendations
- Quarterly check-in for changes in medication and general health/well-being
- CareTree Membership
- 24/hr On-Call Service for Emergencies and Safety Checks*
*An hourly rate is charged if service is initiated, such as in the case of an emergency call or safety check initiated by the family, however, these can often be incorporated into the quarterly visit.
What To Expect
Meet With A Care Manager
Meet with a Care Manage to discuss your unique situation and goals to support a quality lifestyle, address the medical, intellectual, mental, social and spiritual needs
Develop A Plan of Care
A Care Manager will develop a cost-effective plan of care, complete with resources, referrals, recommendations and a "care map" that will guide you through providing all aspects of care
You Choose What Happens
We can step off the "care map" and remain available for consultation and emergency calls, or remain as a care partner dedicated to insuring quality care that meets the needs of your family.
Relax and Enjoy Life
If you choose to move forward with our care management services, you can relax and enjoy life with your family, knowing that you have provided the best possible care for your loved one.