Healthcare Management After the Hospital
With over 30 years in business serving hundreds of clients across Southern California, many of whom have been with us for over a decade, we are the premier nurse case management company in the region. We look forward to being your teammate and partner.
There are few greater responsibilities than being a health care provider, especially today. Whether you’re in the acute setting, outpatient or beyond, you care about the people you’re treating. You want to make sure they are well taken care of, are following your recommendations to improve. However, you also are aware that making recommendations and having them followed are two different things. You’re also aware that people do not just see a single provider, especially for long term injuries and illnesses. And above all else, what happens when they leave the acute setting. How can you make sure that everyone is on the same page, that information isn’t being missed and that the individual will meet their best possible outcome?
Rehabilitation Care Coordination is your partner during and after the acute stage. We will be there to ensure that your recommendations and diagnoses will be incorporated into our care plan and followed. While you are providing care, we will ensure they have the necessary caregivers, medical equipment and all applicable benefits. Our on-site case management will advocate for the individual needs throughout the process and give context and additional information suggested by their other providers.
As partners in their journey, we will work to ensure that the individual continues to build on their progress made and move forward to their best possible outcome. With RCC you’re not just a health care provider but part of a team of health care specialists all connected focused on the well-being on the individual.
Healthcare Provider Testimonial
Testimonials from Healthcare Providers
In this community RCC is really a one-of-a-kind organization, I don’t know any other kind of organization that does what it does. They have amazing nurses, a great staff, relationships with peers & insurance companies, and they know how to make things happen. So, I think they’re a special and unique resource.