You’ve got to wonder about the quality of health care from an organization that sends an admission form for a patient to the WRONG, completely unrelated, person.
Interim HealthCare out of Sunrise, FL did just that. An admission form for a patient in New Hampshire was sent to a person in Seattle, WA via email. The person in Seattle does not know the patient nor have any relationship whatsoever with the patient or Interim Health Care.
The bottom line is this. Patient care is probably delayed because the form went to the wrong person. Additionally, any organization that does not confirm correct contact information for the patient does not instill confidence that the health care will also be on target. Verification and attention to detail is lacking.