As a concerned caregiver, you know the challenges incontinence can present both for your resident’s quality of life and for you as a medical professional working to improve physical and mental health. Cardinal Health provides educational programs designed to help you assess the specific needs of each incontinent resident and design a care plan to meet the physical, mental and emotional challenges presented. This can be done in a manner consistent with the overall goal of your healthcare facility and the F315 guidelines as outlined by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Cardinal Health's Incontinence Care support materials, which can help with sizing and proper product selection, will assist in proper use of incontinence care products. Our Pressure Ulcer Reduction and Elimination program (PURE) can also help you discover ways to reduce this common complication, and may help your facility become more compliant with CMS guidelines.