At KentuckyCare, we provide coordinated care to ensure that patients in western Kentucky have all the help they need. Under our coordinated care services, you will be following a comprehensive treatment plan that covers your physical, mental and emotional well-being while also helping you manage your condition.
Parts of a coordinated care plan might involve some or all of the following services:
- Care from a primary doctor
- Inpatient care
- Care from a specialist
- Long-term care
- Mental health services, such as counseling
- Medical history
- Lab work and test results
- Home care
- Caregivers that are family or formal
- Education, resources and support for family members of patients
- Prescription and nonprescription medications
- Community resources
Our providers will determine which services you need for your coordinated care plan based on several factors, including the severity of you condition, your usual day-to-day activities and the type or types of medical conditions you have. Patients who come to KentuckyCare for coordinate care can rely on us to help them come up with a plan that provides them with the right types of care.
For more information on our coordinate care services or to schedule a visit to meet with a provider, please contact you local KentuckyCare clinic.