Seva At Home Chronic Disease Management for the elderly is a care service designed for your family members that are living with a persistent disease or illness that requires complex healthcare management and assistance. This care service caters to your loved ones that are suffering from chronic conditions such as arthritis, cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, dementia, multiple sclerosis, systemic lupus erythematosus, sleep apnea and other diseases.

Learn more:

  1. What are Chronic Diseases?
  2. What is Chronic Disease Management?
  3. Who Needs Chronic Disease Management?
  4. Benefits of Chronic Disease Management
  5. Seva At Home’s Chronic Disease Management Service

What are Chronic Diseases?

Chronic diseases are long term and persistent health conditions that typically progress or worsen over time. These types of illnesses can have a significant effect on a patient’s life if not carefully managed and treated correctly.

Examples of chronic diseases include the following:
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Dementia
  • COPD
  • Chronic kidney disease/dialysis
  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Osteoporosis
  • Heart disease

​What is Chronic Disease Management?

Chronic disease management or CDM is an integrated and proactive care approach in managing chronic health conditions used to assist and support patients in minimizing the effect of their diseases and lessen its impact on their daily lives.

The care program implemented in chronic disease management usually varies depending upon the type of disease that the patient has, but each program used for patients typically includes regular screenings, monitoring, check-ups, patient education, and coordinated treatment.

Who Needs Chronic Disease Management?

Any individual suffering from a chronic or progressive disease should undergo a chronic disease management program to minimize the effect of his or her medical condition and at the same time gain knowledge and information that he or she can use to control the symptoms and effect of his or her illness.

In addition to that, senior citizens that are showing signs or symptoms of any chronic disease are advised to undergo CDM to prevent the worsening of his or her health condition and to avoid any progression of the disease.

Benefits of Chronic Disease Management

Chronic disease management programs that are executed and implemented effectively are capable of producing vast improvements in the quality of the life of the patient. Furthermore, these care programs help in substantially reducing the patient’s expenses in terms of medical and hospital bills that are avoided due to good health and improved care experiences.

Other benefits that chronic disease management can provide for your elders include the following:
  • Provides support to patients when they need it most
  • Promotes healthy living for patients
  • Patients will gain knowledge and have a better understanding of his or her health condition
  • Helps the patient identity any irregularities with his or her disease
  • Minimizes the impact of the chronic disease in the patient’s day to day life
  • Provides patients with regular monitoring to prevent the disease from progressing into dangerous and life-threatening levels
  • Helps the patient identity any irregularities with his or her disease
  • Boosts their confidence and prepare them for the challenges that they are going to face in the future

Seva At Home’s Chronic Disease Management Service

​Seva At Home offers the most successful and effective Chronic Disease Management program that can help you control and manage various health conditions safely and more efficiently. We provide comprehensive disease management and diagnostic care services for various chronic diseases that include asthma, cancer, diabetes, dialysis, osteoporosis, and other progressive diseases.

Our Chronic Disease Management care package includes the following services:

Regular Health Screening and Monitoring

Seva At Home’s Chronic Disease Management service provides your elders with regular health screenings and monitoring to detect the onset of new diseases and to identify the risk factors involved with the patient’s health conditions to take action and provide the necessary solutions and medications that are needed to cure, minimize, or prevent the new disease.

Consistent Check-up of the Status of the Chronic Disease that the Patient is suffering From

Our consistent check-ups help patients improve his or her control over the chronic disease that he or she is suffering from. Moreover, our regular check-ups help prevent or minimize the progression of the disease which will help the patient manage it easily and enable him or her to live his or her life more comfortably.

Informative Patient Education

Our medical staff will provide the right information, training, and skills that are necessary to lessen, minimize, and even eliminate the effects, signs, and symptoms of the chronic disease that the patient has. The knowledge that the patient will learn during these sessions will be the key component that he or she can use to empower him or herself against the disease.

Planned and Coordinated Treatment

Based on the patient’s medical history, hospital records, family history, his or her doctor’s recommendations and analysis, our medical staff evaluation, and other important factors, our medical staff will provide the patient with the appropriate treatment, medication, exercise, physiotherapy, and care that is needed to significantly improve the patient’s medical condition, comfort, and well-being.

Professional, Well trained, and Highly Experienced Medical Personnel Services

For the duration of Seva At Home’s Chronic Disease Management Service (usually 8 to 12 weeks depending on the type of chronic disease treated), our capable and caring doctor that specializes in the disease of the patient will conduct once a week visits to perform the necessary services that are mentioned above.

Furthermore, our senior nurse will assist, supervise, and monitor the patient three times a week (4 hours per visit) to educate the patient about his or her disease, check his or her health condition, provide the necessary treatment and medicines, and help the patient control and manage his or her disease effectively.