Nurse Care Coordination/Case Management
CHANGING THE WAY PEOPLE RECEIVE HEALTHCARE IN THE COMMUNITY
Guided HealthCARE, a Nursing corporation
Changing the way people receive healthcare in the community.
Guided HealthCARE (GHC) is a clinical based Nurse Care Coordination/Case Management company.
Our mission is to support patients, families and the clinical team as patients with acute, chronic and complex medical conditions navigate the healthcare system.
Through a holistic Nursing concept, we work to enhance quality of life, prevent unnecessary hospital re-admissions, strengthen communication, provide patient/family education, offer comprehensive resources in the community and improve overall patient outcomes while providing care throughout the life span.
GHC helps patients, families and loved ones make informed decisions to obtain the most from their healthcare experience.
GHC acts as a liaison
between the medical world,
the patient and their
GHC works with the
medical team to develop,
explain and manage
the plan of care.
GHC identifies resources
for ancillary, community,
and long-term care
Laura L. Benn is a Registered Nurse Nationally Board Certified in Case Management, with a specialization in Critical Care, Neuro-Trauma, Cardiovascular and Medical Surgical ICU Nursing. She is a graduate of St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing and Millersville University in Pennsylvania.
MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDER
For nearly 25 years as a Critical Care Nurse, I have helped patients, their families and loved ones, in the acute care environment and in the community, to navigate challenging medical conditions. My goal is for Guided HealthCARE to be the best possible resource for providing comprehensive clinical based Nurse Care Coordination and Case Management.
Patients once cared for in the hospital, although now more acute and complex, are being discharged earlier out into the community. The need for skilled Nurses to work effectively and efficiently with the clinical team to provide comprehensive support and education for patients and families has increased. In addition to the clinical support, expertise is needed to help assemble resources required for stabilization outside the hospital.
Many of our patient’s families live outside the immediate area. They rely upon Guided HealthCARE to provide the level of care and support they want for their loved ones. We often work with our patients and families for a long period of time, through many chapters in their life cycle. Given this relationship, the information we are able to share with the medical team creates a universal awareness, continuity of care and better outcomes overall.
My sincere and genuine hope is that we have created a much needed resource that helps people obtain the most from their healthcare experience.