Outpatient care involves the patient coming to the center for individual and group counseling, from three to five times a week, depending on the level of care needed.
Most OHS patients are treated on an outpatient basis, but patients who are at severe risk due to levels of carbon dioxide in their blood and related issues (including liver damage) may be hospitalized for initial treatments.
There are some outpatient treatments that parents or caregivers may administer to reduce their febrile child's discomfort, although there is no evidence that indicates such treatments reduce the risk of febrile seizures.
The goal of an addiction intervention is to have your loved one understand how much he or she has affected family and friends and decide to either start a drug/alcohol addiction outpatient or inpatient program.
Though these plans provide coverage for a variety of health care needs, such as hospitalization, hospice care, managed care, physician's visits, therapists, and outpatient hospital procedures.