Organizations Filed Purposes:
The mission of the agency is to provide and safeguard quality home health care to all persons in need, especially the indigent and medically underserved population. The agency strongly believes that appropriate health care is a fundamental right and not a privilege.
Hartford HealthCare at Home, Inc., is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of individuals by providing a full range of home care, hospice and community-based health and wellness services.
Home Health Care:Hartford HealthCare at Home, Inc., is one of Connecticut's largest not for profit provider of comprehensive home health care, hospice and private duty services. Founded in Hartford in 1901 and Waterbury in 1903, the agency has a history of community involvement for over 100 years. Today the agency serves more than 148 towns in Connecticut.Hartford HealthCare at Home, Inc., is committed to its founding mission of providing quality home care to all persons in need, especially the indigent and medically underserved population. The agency strongly believes that appropriate health care is a fundamental right and not a privilege. No one is turned away and the agency uses contributions, grants and other means to fill the gap when a client cannot pay. Agency staff visits clients in their own environments from the inner city to the suburbs. In fulfillment of its mission, Hartford HealthCare at Home, Inc., staff often goes into areas others do not serve. This requires additional staff to provide translation services to ensure patients understand their health needs. The agency also uses charitable funds to offset the difference between the cost of providing care to the indigent and the funds received from the State of Connecticut Medicaid program. On an annual basis, the difference is in excess of $1 million dollars. Hartford HealthCare at Home, Inc., boasts an unparalleled loyalty to its clients and is strongly committed to helping those most in need to continue receiving care. Charitable gifts are essential to sustaining this mission. Hartford HealthCare at Home, Inc., services include skilled nursing, physical, occupational, and speech therapy, medical social work and home health aide support. The specialty nursing staff has expertise in wounds, diabetes, cardiac and respiratory issues and provides strategies to enable clients to remain at home and achieve good outcomes. The agency is well known for its home telemonitoring programs aimed at reducing patient readmissions to hospitals. Charitable funding has supported the development and ongoing financial needs of this innovative but non-reimbursable service. Hartford HealthCare at Home, Inc., is proud of the fact that it continues to achieve very high quality outcomes at or above national and state levels despite serving a large population which lacks the means to fully participate in their care. Hartford HealthCare at Home, Inc., Independent Living Services, provide services that allow clients to continue to live safely and independently. These include Meals on Wheels, assistance with daily personal care such as bathing, dressing, grocery shopping and meal preparation, a 24-hour emergency response system, as well as volunteer support. The agency also provides live-in care for those clients who need round the clock service to remain at home.
Hospice:The Hospice and Palliative Care Programs (H.O.P.E.) work with patients and families in this most difficult of times offering a holistic approach to care of the entire family unit. In addition to supplementing services with patients' comfort items not often covered by insurance, nurses, counselors, social workers, physicians, pastoral care, bereavement workers and volunteers devise an integrated approach toward providing basic care to those without insurance. There are many more ways that Hartford HealthCare at Home, Inc., services benefit our community. Health education presentations at community sites, regular health screenings at senior centers, free flu shot clinics to the homeless and those lacking insurance and fall risk prevention programs are a few of the ways the agency provides assistance. Through the use of charitable funds, the needs of patients and their caregivers are being met. They receive medical care that they might not otherwise seek, for fear of not being able to pay. The care they receive improves or stabilizes their health, allowing them to remain independent and return to normal activities as soon as possible. Patients are able to retain their independence and often family members are able to continue working with the peace of mind that their loved one's needs are being met.
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Kathy Dellamura||VP, Clinical Services||60||$238,918|
|Andrea Griffith||VP, Business Operations||60||$190,133|
|Marc Campano||Dir. Strategic Partnerships||60||$188,793|
|Mary Barry||Assoc. Medical Director||60||$160,112|
|Wioletta Remiszewska||Visiting Nurse||60||$155,523|
|Eric Hoeppner||Former VP, Human Resources||0||$0|
|Laura St John||VP, Clinical Services||60||$0|
|Lisa Connolly||VP, Community Network||10||$0|
|David Baranik||VP, Finance||30||$0|
|Rita Parisi||SVP, Community Network||10||$0|
|Rocco Orlando Md||Secretary||2||$0|
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