1. What is Home Health Care?
   2. Who Uses Home Health Care?
   3. Who Pays for Home Health Care?
   4. How is Perfect Touch Home Health Care Regulated?
   5. How are Nurses and Caregivers Selected?
   6. What are the Obligations of the Patient/Client?
   7. What makes Perfect Touch Home Health Care better than other home health care agencies?
   8. How do I contact Perfect Touch Home Health Care?


resource What is Home Health Care?

Perfect Touch Home Health Care provides highly skilled, quality health  care to individuals in their homes. A full spectrum of cost-effective services, ranging from high-tech nursing to non-medical assistance with the activities of daily living, are available. These services are provided by trained caregivers and include skilled nursing, rehabilitation and personal care services.


resource Who Uses Home Health Care?

Most people prefer to stay home rather than go to a hospital or nursing home when they can no longer manage their own care or during intermittent periods of infirmity. Moreover, research shows that patients improve considerably faster and achieve better outcomes when they are allowed to recover at home. Home health care is not just an alternative to institutionally based care - home health care services can allow many individuals to avoid institutional care altogether.


resource Who Pays for Home Health Care?

Medicare, Medicaid, Managed Care, Private Insurance and Private Payors can all pay for Skilled Nursing Services and Therapists. These services must be ordered by a physician and may only be covered for a specific amount of time or "visits".


resource How is Perfect Touch Home Health Care Regulated?

Organized home care programs such as Perfect Touch’s are highly regulated by the state and federal government. Licensed home health agencies undergo annual licensure surveys through the State's Department of Health Services. Medicare-certified programs are surveyed every three years against Medicare’s Conditions of Participation. Additionally, Perfect Touch is proud to be the fist Home Health Care Agency in Los Angeles to have achieved the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for all of the services, which we provide. Please click on the Gold Seal of Approval to read more about this exciting news.

As employers, Perfect Touch also complies with all federal and state OSHA requirements, as well as other applicable laws and regulations.


resource How are Nurses and Caregivers selected?

Perfect Touch Home Health Care staff meet high standards for training, and many, such as Registered Nurses, Therapists and Certified Nursing Assistants, hold professional licenses or certificates through the Board of Registered Nurses and other regulatory authorities.

Potential staff is put through an extensive background check, which includes verification of training as well as disclosure of any negative episodes within the employee’s career. Thereafter, they are then oriented, bonded, and insured to protect the patient from any liability.


resource What are the obligations of the patient/client?

There is no long-term obligation with the agency. If the patient /client is dissatisfied with the agency, they can stop receiving services at any time. As a patient/client you have the right to inform agency personnel, without fear of reprisal, of any concerns you may have regarding your care, the services rendered or treatment of your personal property.


resource What makes your company better than other home care agencies?

Compassion, Skill, and Precision are but some of the hallmarks that set us apart. We truly care about our patients and their families. We are on-call 24 hours a day, 365 days per year for any emergency that may arise and our professional staff is bonded and insured for any loss and/or liability.  Most importantly, we are backed by the Joint Commission’s Official Seal of Approval, the absolute “gold standard” in healthcare.


resource How do I Contact Perfect Touch Home Health Care?

Please feel free to contact us with any question, interest or concern.

Main Phone: (323) 852-1959

Or Via our Website at:


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