Partnering with Primary Care Physicians and Skilled Nursing Facilities.

As professional healthcare providers, we know you’re as dedicated to giving excellent medical care to your patients as we are. But we also know there is only so much you can do within the constraints of managed care. That’s why we partner with primary care physicians and skilled nursing facilities – to help care for your patients in a timely, professional, and personalized way.

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Primary Care Providers

We know how frustrated primary care physicians are when they can’t give patients the amount of time they would like to, or when their patients can’t get in to see them in a timely manner. We totally get it because we’re doctors and healthcare professionals, too.


At IHA, we can assist. In essence, we can help you expand your patient care services by becoming your in-house acute care team. When you engage IHA, we will collaborate with you and become your secondary care provider for your sickest Medicare patients. Instead of having to turn healthy patients away because you’re too busy spending time with the sickest ones, you can engage us to come alongside you to provide outstanding integrated, in-home services.


There are many different ways you can use our services and we’d welcome the opportunity to speak with you about them.

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Skilled Nursing Facilities

Like Primary Care Physicians, you want to provide excellent care to all your patients. At the same time, you’re a business and you need to make a profit. How do you reconcile those two things?


That’s where we can come in. Besides providing in-home care to Medicare patients, IHA can also bring the same level of care to these patients in skilled nursing facilities. With IHA, your patients have access to a host of extra services and resources that are designed specifically for them.


Additionally, we have an entire modality designed to help those patients who are being discharged from your facility transition between care settings.


IHA serves a number of different types of nursing facilities, including:

  • Rehabilitation facilities
  • Independent living centers
  • Retirement communities
  • Long-term care facilities


If you can see the value of IHA services in your facility, click below and let us know. We’d appreciate the opportunity to discuss how we can help.