UPMC Innovative Homecare Solutions (UIHS) provides community-based programs that help you stay at home, both long-term and after an acute hospital stay.
UIHS programs include:
Providers can refer patients in the community or those at discharge from a hospital or other medical center.
AIC helps you better cope with serious illness so you can maintain a high quality of life.
Nurse practitioners, RN care coordinators, and social workers provide care consults to you at home, in person, or online.
The team, which works closely with your doctor, helps you by:
All UPMC Health Plan members across Pennsylvania can take part in AIC.
UPMC's Connected Care (CC) program is an app for your phone, tablet, or computer.
It helps your care team keep track of health issues that concern them, such as:
It also lets your UPMC doctors and nurses:
All UPMC patients across Pennsylvania can use CC, regardless of insurance.
Living with COPD can be hard.
The CC app lets you update your health status from home so that your doctor and care team can:
This app is for people with a recent COPD diagnosis or who need help managing it at home.
Living with heart failure adds a lot of tasks to your daily routine to stay healthy. Now there's a way for you to track your daily tasks from home.
The CC for heart failure app connects you to your UPMC heart care team so they can:
This app is useful for people newly diagnosed with heart failure or who need help managing it at home.
If you don't feel well and are thinking about going to the ER, call your doctor first. Even after hours, your doctor may be able to offer innovative treatment that lets you stay home.
In Home Urgent Care Plus:
Ask your PCP or specialist how UIHS can support your health and wellness at home.