Life Care Plan

A Life Care Plan identifies an individual’s current, future medical and supportive care needs. The life care plan should be a dynamic document based on established standards of practice, comprehensive assessment, data analysis, and research. The plan should include supporting documentation for current and future needs with associated costs. Life care plans prepared for individuals who have experienced catastrophic injury or have chronic health care needs will provide a foundation for effective coordination of care.

At Medical Business Associates our Life Care Planners utilize professionals with both clinical and financial healthcare expertise, which typically include professionals such as doctors, nurses, rehabilitation counselors, and case managers.

We follow a consistent scientifically based peer reviewed methodology. A customized plan is created for the specific health issues and challenges presented for each case analyzed. Likewise, the resources and research will vary depending on the specific issues and challenges for the individual.

Our process may include:

  • Review of relevant medical records
  • Interview and or consultation of relevant parties (individual, family, professionals)
  • Environmental assessment (home or facility)
  • Relevant literature reviews
  • Review of medical cost information, geographic considerations and access to medical services

Life care plans are frequently used in litigation matters, consultation with individuals, families, rehabilitation professionals, and case managers to identify the appropriate medical care and support for an injured or chronically ill person.

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Call us to set up a time to discuss your specific needs.  At Medical Business Associates our Life Care Planners utilize professionals with both clinical and financial healthcare experience, which typically include professionals such as doctors, nurses, rehabilitation counselors, and case managers.