FHC finds value in Illinois' Continuity of Care organization

With locations in Oak Brook, Buffalo Grove, Grayslake, Highland Park, Hinsdale and Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood, Freedom Home Care has a strong foothold in the Chicagoland area. The vast coverage was set in place to deliver the very best care possible for patients.
Memberships in the Chicago, Northwest and Lake/McHenry chapters of Continuity of Care further supports that initiative. According to Continuity of Care, an Illinois healthcare association, “What makes the membership essential is the group’s ability to enhance the concept of continuity of care as both an essential part of the health care continuum and as integral to total patient care. It serves as an advocate for legislative and community-related health concerns and issues by identifying and communicating them to the members, working in tan

dem with other allied organizations, and supporting standards of professional competence which identify, structure, and promote a multi-disciplinary approach to continuity of care.”
In the informal sense, continuity of care is an ongoing collaboration between patients and caregivers. The end goal is to attain the highest quality and most cost-effective medical care available. Continuity of Care of Illinois helps to make that happen by creating a platform where members can network with other healthcare organizations to share best practices and lessons learned in the field.
Members, like the Freedom Home Care family, can tap into the group’s professional resources and services and can enhance professional growth through educational outlets. Freedom Home Care places specific value in its membership through the essential function of participating in the Illinois healthcare community.