CARDINAL HOMEHEALTH CARE (CARDINAL MEDHEALTH SERVICES, INC.) NPI 1023290913

Home Health in Plano, TX

NPI 1023290913 Organization Home Health CLIA Number 45D0974182 CLIA Certificate of Waiver Overall Rating

About CARDINAL HOMEHEALTH CARE (CARDINAL MEDHEALTH SERVICES, INC.)

Cardinal Homehealth Care (cardinal Medhealth Services, Inc.) is a provider established in Plano, Texas specializing in home health. The NPI number of Cardinal Homehealth Care (cardinal Medhealth Services, Inc.) is 1023290913 and was assigned on December 2007. The practitioner's primary taxonomy code is 251E00000X with license number 011993 (TX). The provider is registered as an organization and their NPI record was last updated 2 years ago. The provider's is doing business as Cardinal Homehealth Care. The authorized official of this NPI record is Ms. Remedios T Pierce Rn (President)

According to the Home Health Compare program data, Cardinal Homehealth Care has overall quality rating based on the provider's performance on seven separate quality measures including: timely initiation of care, improvement in ambulation, bed transferring, bathing, shortness of breath, management of oral medications and relapse in acute care hospitalizations. The Quality of Patient Star Rating for this provider is 2.5 out of 5 and summarizes some of the current health care provider performance measures.

The CLIA number of Cardinal Homehealth Care is 45D0974182 registered as a "home health agency" facility with a CLIA Certificate of Waiver. This CLIA certificate is issued to Cardinal Homehealth Care to perform only waived tests. CLIA defines waived tests as simple tests with a low risk for an incorrect result. Waived tests include certain tests listed in CLIA regulations, tests cleared by the FDA for home use and tests approved by the FDA for waived status and that meet CLIA waiver criteria.

NPI

1023290913

Provider NameCARDINAL HOMEHEALTH CARE (CARDINAL MEDHEALTH SERVICES, INC.)
Provider Location Address4500 PORTRAIT LANE SUITE 100 PLANO, TX 75024
Provider Mailing Address4500 PORTRAIT LANE SUITE 100 PLANO, TX 75024
NPI Entity TypeOrganization
Is Sole Proprietor?N/A
Is Organization Subpart?No
Other Organization NameCARDINAL HOMEHEALTH CARE
Other Name TypeDoing Business As (3)
Enumeration Date12-03-2007
Last Update Date07-26-2019


Primary Taxonomy

Taxonomy Code251E00000X
ClassificationHome Health
TypeAgencies
License No.011993
License StateTX
Taxonomy DescriptionA public agency or private organization, or a subdivision of such an agency or organization, that is primarily engaged in providing skilled nursing services and other therapeutic services, such as physical therapy, speech-language pathology services, or occupational therapy, medical social services, and home health aide services. It has policies established by a professional group associated with the agency or organization (including at least one physician and one registered nurse) to govern the services and provides for supervision of such services by a physician or a registered nurse; maintains clinical records on all patients; is licensed in accordance with State or local law or is approved by the State or local licensing agency as meeting the licensing standards, where applicable; and meets other conditions found by the Secretary of Health and Human Services to be necessary for health and safety.

Business Address

CARDINAL HOMEHEALTH CARE
4500 PORTRAIT LANE
SUITE 100
PLANO, TX
ZIP 75024
Phone: (972) 801-2011
Fax: (972) 801-2019

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Mailing Address

CARDINAL HOMEHEALTH CARE
4500 PORTRAIT LANE
SUITE 100
PLANO, TX
ZIP 75024
Phone: (972) 801-2011
Fax: (972) 801-2019



Authorized Official

Authorized Official NameMS. REMEDIOS T PIERCE RN
Authorized Official TitlePRESIDENT
Authorized Official Phone(972) 801-2011

Nursing Home Compare Information

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services publishes Home Health Compare quality of care data to provide consumers an easy way to compare "Medicare-certified" home health agencies throughout the nation. "Medicare-certified" home health agencies are approved by Medicare and meet certain federal health and safety requirements.

The Home Health Compare information helps consumers learn how well home health agencies care for their patients, how often each agency used best practices when caring for its patients and what patients said about their recent home health care experience.

Quality of Patient Care Rating Quality of Patient Care Rating
The quality of patient care star rating summarizes 8 of the 23 quality measures reported on Home Health Compare. It provides a single indicator of an agency's performance compared to other agencies.
- 2 out of 5 stars - CARDINAL HOME HEALTH CARE performance was below the average of other agencies on selected measures.
Ownership Type Ownership Type
Home health agencies can be run by private for-profit corporations, non-profit corporations, religious affiliated organizations or government entities. The type of ownership may affect agency resources and how services are organized. Quality can vary in home health agencies within each of the different types of ownership. Each agency needs to be judged on its own merits.
Proprietary
Offers Nursing Care Offers Nursing Care?
The home health agency offers care given or supervised by registered nurses. Nurses provide direct care; manage, observe, and evaluate a patient’s care; and teach the patient and his or her family caregiver. Examples include: giving IV drugs, shots, or tube feedings; changing dressings; and teaching about diabetes care. Any service that could be done safely by a non-medical person (or by yourself) without the supervision of a nurse isn’t skilled nursing care. Medicare covers home health skilled nursing care that's part time and intermittent.
Yes
Offers Physical Therapy Offers Physical Therapy?
The home health agency offers treatment of injury and disease by mechanical means, like heat, light, exercise, and massage.
Yes
Offers Occupational Therapy Offers Occupational Therapy?
The home health agency offers services given to help you return to usual activities (like bathing, preparing meals, and housekeeping) after illness either on an inpatient or outpatient basis.
Yes
Offers Speech Therapy Offers Speech Therapy?
The home health agency offers services to assist with problems involving speech, language, and swallowing. Communication problems can be present at birth or develop after an injury or illness, like a stroke.
Yes
Offers Medical Social Services Medical Social Services?
The home health agency offers services to help with social and emotional concerns related to your illness. This might include counseling or help in finding resources in your community.
Yes
Offers Home Health Aide Offers Home Health Aide?
The home health agency offers part time or intermittent services to help with daily living activities.
Yes
Medicare Certification Date03-05-2001
How often patients got better at walking or moving around? How often patients got better at walking or moving around?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes during which the patient improved in ability to ambulate.
69.4%
How often patients got better at getting in and out of bed? How often patients got better at getting in and out of bed?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes during which the patient improved in ability to get in and out of bed.
77%
How often patients got better at bathing? How often patients got better at bathing?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes during which the patient got better at bathing self.
81.6%
How often patients' breathing improved? How often patients' breathing improved?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes during which the patient became less short of breath or dyspneic.
The number of patient episodes for this measure is too small to report.
How often patients' wounds improved or healed after an operation? How often patients' wounds improved or healed after an operation?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes during which the patient demonstrates an improvement in the condition of surgical wounds.
87.7%
How often patients developed new or worsened pressure ulcers? How often patients developed new or worsened pressure ulcers?
This quality measure shows percentage of quality episodes in which the patient has one or more Stage 2-4 pressure ulcers present at discharge that are new or worsened since the beginning of the quality episode.
How often the home health team began their patients' care in a timely manner? How often the home health team began their patients' care in a timely manner?
This quality measure shows the percentage of episodes of care initiated or resumed on the date the physician ordered, or within within 24-48 hours of referral.
79.2%
How often the home health team taught patients or their family caregivers about their drugs? How often the home health team taught patients or their family caregivers about their drugs?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes during which patient/caregiver was instructed on how to monitor the effectiveness of drug therapy, how to recognize potential adverse effects, and how and when to report problems.
93.1%
How often patients got better at taking their drugs correctly by mouth? How often patients got better at taking their drugs correctly by mouth?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes during which the patient improved in ability to take their medicines correctly (by mouth).
20.8%
How often the home health team checked patients' risk of falling? How often the home health team checked patients' risk of falling?
This quality measure shows how often the home health team checked patients' risk of falling. This multifactor fall risk assessment conducted for all patients who can ambulate.
96.2%
How often the home health team checked patients' risk of falling? How often the home health team checked patients' risk of falling?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes in which patients were screened for depression using a standardized depressionscreening tool at start or resumption of care.
30.6%
How often the home health team made sure that their patients have received a flu shot for the current flu season? How often the home health team made sure that their patients have received a flu shot for the current flu season?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes during which patients received the influenza immunization for the current flu season.
87.9%
How often the home health team made sure that their patients have received a pneumonia shot? How often the home health team made sure that their patients have received a pneumonia shot?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes during which patients were determined to have ever received Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine (pneumonia shot).
90.3%
How often the home health team got doctor’s orders, gave foot care, and taught patients about foot care? How often the home health team got doctor’s orders, gave foot care, and taught patients about foot care?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes in which diabetic foot care and patient/caregiver education were included in the physician-ordered plan of care and implemented (at the time of orat any time since the most recent SOCorROC assessment).
86.4%
How often physician-recommended actions to address medication issues were completed timely? How often physician-recommended actions to address medication issues were completed timely?
This quality measure shows the percentage of home health quality episodes forwhich a drug regimen review was conducted at the start of care or resumption of care and completion of recommended actions from timely follow-up with a physician occurred each time potential clinically significant medication issues were identified throughout that quality episode.
93.2%

CLIA Information

The Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) of 1988 applies to facilities or sites that test human specimens for health assessment or to diagnose, prevent, or treat disease. The CLIA Program sets standards for clinical laboratory testing and issues certificates. The NPI / CLIA crosswalk information for the NPI number 1023290913 is:

CLIA Number45D0974182
Facility TypeHOME HEALTH AGENCY
Certificate TypeCertificate of Waiver

Secondary Taxonomies


The secondary taxonomy codes define the provider type, classification, and specialization. For individual NPIs the license data is associated to each taxonomy code.

No. Taxonomy Code Type Classification Specialization License No. State Primary
1251G00000XAgenciesHospice Care, Community BasedNo

Taxonomy Description: Not Available

2251J00000XAgenciesNursing Care011993TXNo

Taxonomy Description: a Nursing Care Agency is an entity that provides skilled nursing care through the services of a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), by employees, contracted individuals, or via a registry, in a variety of settings. The agency may engage in providing private duty nursing and/or staffing services.

3253J00000XAgenciesFoster Care Agency011993TXNo

Taxonomy Description: a Foster Care Agency is an agency that provides foster care as defined in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) as 24-hour substitute care for children outside their own homes. Foster care settings include, but are not limited to, nonrelative foster family homes, relative foster homes (whether payments are being made or not), group homes, emergency shelters, residential facilities, and pre-adoptive homes.

4253Z00000XAgenciesIn Home Supportive Care011993TXNo

Taxonomy Description: an In Home Supportive Care Agency provides services in the patient's home with the goal of enabling the patient to remain at home. The services provided may include personal care services such as hands-on assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), e.g., eating, bathing, dressing, and bladder and bowel requirements; homemaker services and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), e.g., taking medications, shopping for groceries, laundry, housekeeping, and companionship; and/or supervision or cuing so that a person can perform tasks themselves.

53140N1450XNursing & Custodial Care FacilitiesSkilled Nursing FacilityNursing Care, Pediatric011993TXNo

Taxonomy Description: a nursing care facility designed and staffed for the provision of nursing care and appropriate educational and habilitative/rehabilitative services to children with multiple, complex or profound disabilities that can not be cared for in a less restrictive environment.

6385H00000XRespite Care FacilityRespite Care011993TXNo

Taxonomy Description: definition to come.

Additional Identifiers


Additional identifier(s) currently or formerly used as an identifier for the provider. The codes may include UPIN, NSC, OSCAR, DEA, Medicaid State or PIN identification numbers.

Identifier Type / Code Identifier State
197322401MEDICAID (05)TX
011993OTHER (01)TX
CL1175OTHER (01)
45D0974182OTHER (01)

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Provider Location Address
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2 = professional name;
3 = doing business as (d/b/ a) name;
4 = former legal business name; :
5 = other.

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Primary Taxonomy Code
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