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Huntington Beach, CA, March 21, 2019 – Landmark Health (“Landmark”), an industry leader of in-home medical care, has reached a new milestone with 30,000 actively enrolled patients in its program. The company, founded in 2014, has performed...
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How common are falls in older adults? In adults over age 65, falls are a significant cause of death and injury, and result in 3 million emergency room visits each year. In the older population, falls are the most common cause of injury-related...
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The kidneys are the body’s filtering system. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) happens when your kidneys are damaged and can’t filter blood the way they used to. In fact, 1 in 3 adults in the United States are at risk for getting chronic kidney...
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Get healthy by eating beans today! Research shows that healthiest and longest living communities regularly eat beans, peas, and lentils.1 Beans, peas and lentils Beans, peas, and lentils are an excellent source of: •  protein • ...
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Managing Multiple Chronic Conditions at Home Christine Kaczmarski and her husband have been caring for Christine’s mother, Barbara, in their home for over four years. Despite Barbara’s multiple chronic medical conditions, at 91, Barbara still...
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Last week, Landmark’s first of five TV segments aired in the New Orleans area. Ashlee Menke (CHA), braved the cameras to help share Landmark’s story for area patients, providers and potential employees. Great work, Ashlee! Watch the TV Segment...
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Huntington Beach, CA, January 22, 2019 – Landmark Health (“Landmark”), an industry leader of in-home medical care, announced today that key applications[1] that process protected health information (PHI) have again earned Certified status for...
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Are you a caretaker who has noticed that your loved one could be suffering from depression? Those being cared for can have a hard time adjusting to their new circumstances. Illness, injury or just the process of aging can all play a part in...
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Landmark routinely enhances the quality of patients’ lives. But sometimes, Landmark also helps save a patient’s life. Such was the case with Michael Sullivan, a 73-year-old retired musician living in an assisted living facility in...
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We see the role of technology in health care, not just as a tool, but as a bridge. At Landmark, we visit patients in their homes. Sitting in a living room or at a kitchen table seems pretty low tech, but we work hard to put the right technology...
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Huntington Beach, CA, November 16, 2018 – Landmark Health (“Landmark”), an industry leader of in-home, risk-based medical care, announced today that Anna Gill has been named its Chief Human Resources Officer (“CHRO”), effective November 5,...
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Nothing is worse than watching someone you love in pain. For families who have loved ones with serious health conditions, the stress they feel is paramount. For the patient, this can be a daunting and stressful experience. In-home medical...
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Are you looking for a rewarding career? Being a nurse practitioner might be right for you. Here are 6 top reasons to be a nurse practitioner. There are approximately 56,000 nurse practitioners in the United States. With tremendous job growth...
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Sometimes caregivers appreciate Landmark services as much as the patients themselves do. That is the case with the Diana family. Peter Diana and his sister, Marcella (Diana) Thompkins, share the responsibility of caring for their elderly parents,...
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Years ago, most doctors would make house calls for their patients. They would come directly to their patients’ homes to provide them with care. But over the course of the last 50 years, the development of hospitals has brought about a decline in...
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