BEST HOME HEALTH CARE INC, City ONTARIO

State CA
CMS Certification Number(CCN) 59333
Provider Name BEST HOME HEALTH CARE INC
Address 1630 E FRANCIS STREET SUITE K
City ONTARIO
Zip 91761
Type of Ownership Proprietary
Phone 9099239303
Offers Nursing Care Services TRUE
Offers Physical Therapy Services TRUE
Offers Occupational Therapy Services TRUE
Offers Speech Pathology Services TRUE
Offers Medical Social Services TRUE
Offers Home Health Aid Services TRUE
Date Certified 10/9/2011
Quality of Patient Care star Rating
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How often the Home Health team Began their Patients care in Timely Manner
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How often the home health team checked patients risk of falling
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How often the home health team checked patients risk of falling
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How often the home health  team checked patients for depression
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How often the home health team determined whether patients received a flush shot for the current Flu season
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How often the home health team made sure that their patients have received a Pneumococcal Vaccine Pneumonia shot
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With Diabetes how often the home health team got doctors orders gave footcare and taught patients about footcare
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How often patients got better walking or moving around
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How often patients got better at getting in and out of bed
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How often patients got better at getting in and out of bed
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How often patients got better at bathing
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How often patients had less pain when moving around
Footnote for hoe often patients had less pain when moving around This measure currently does not have data or provider has been certified/recertified for less than 6 months.
How often patients breathing improved
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How often patients wounds improved or healed after an operation
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How often patients got better at taking drugs correctly by mouth
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How often home health patients had to bed admitted to the hospital
Footnote for how often home health patients had to be admitted to the hospital This measure currently does not have data or provider has been certified/recertified for less than 6 months.
How often patients receiving home health care needed urgent unplanned care in the er without being admitted
Footnote for how often patients receiving home health care needed urgent unplanned care in the er without being admitted This measure currently does not have data or provider has been certified/recertified for less than 6 months.

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