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Asthma Express is a home visit program designed to assist a patient and/or caregiver in understanding and succeeding in the management of asthma. During the home visits a nurse will perform a physical and environment assessment, assist with identification of triggers, review medications and action plan and provide education.
Three home visits, one visit every week
Summary of findings provided to the practitioner after three visit completion
Additional visits can be ordered if further intervention needed
Knowledgeable of asthma action plan
Environmental triggers identified with resolution assistance
Compliance with medications
Identify education opportunities
When you have completed this program, you will know more about asthma and be more comfortable with home treatment. You should not need to go to the hospital or doctor as much to deal with day-to-day care. Asthma does not have to control your life. We will answer any questions you have about asthma and the medicine the doctor has prescribed.
To help manage your asthma and stay on track with medications, Homecare would like to make you aware of Asthma Care: a smartphone application developed by Nationwide Children's asthma experts. Click here to learn more and download the free app on your mobile device.
If you have any questions or concerns before your first visit please call Homecare at (614) 355-1100 or (800) 466-2727 and ask to speak with a nurse. We want you to get the most out of these home visits. The visiting nurse will be glad to take the time to answer your questions about asthma management.
Call (614) 355-1100 or (800) 466-2727. Have the following available so we may respond quickly to your referral:
Type of insurance/payer
Patient name, address, date of birth, diagnosis
Physician ordering care
Patient care/equipment/infusion need
Meet our Home Health Nursing Leadership
Download Asthma Care
The Asthma Care app provides education, improves the use of controller medications, and teaches self-directed asthma care in an effort to prevent asthma attacks from occurring.