Providing Comfort, Care, and Freedom
Molina Guided Care is for people who have serious diseases or illnesses that need special care and attention on a regular basis. The Molina Guided Care team is here to help you at home through in-person and online appointments. On this team, there can be doctors, nurses, social workers, spiritual advisors, and other types of experts. Together, they work on writing a treatment plan that helps with the physical, emotional, and spiritual problems that come with being sick.
Cancer, liver disease, congestive heart failure (CHF), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), AIDS, advanced dementia, or a mix of serious conditions like diabetes or a stroke are among the most common diagnoses.
Your primary care physician (PCP) can refer you to a Molina Guided Care provider. Talk to your PCP if you or someone you care about has a serious illness or chronic condition. Your PCP can tell you if your condition qualifies for Molina Guided Care.
The sooner you see the need for Molina Guided Care and begin treatment, the better this is for you. People that start treatment sooner can see improved symptoms and a longer lifespan. Other advantages are:
Overall, Molina Guided Care can improve your quality of life, lower the cost of health care, and help families work together.
Molina Guided Care lets you decide what you want to get out of treatment and what to do when it is no longer working. We think about what you want. Here are some tips to help in a conversation about starting Molina Guided Care:
Sometimes a member is not able to make the decision to start Molina Guided Care themselves. In these cases, a family member will need to know the member’s benefits. In other cases, a family member may need the member’s approval to make healthcare choices.
The need to get answers to questions on the member’s behalf may involve Protected Health Information (PHI). This calls for certain signed consent forms. Some examples of these forms are listed below:
This information does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice. Readers of this information should talk to an attorney to get advice with respect to any legal matter.