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What is a PPEC?
PPEC services in Miami are covered under the Florida Medicaid program
Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC) centers in Miami allow children from birth through age 20 with medically-complex conditions to receive continual medical care in a non-residential setting. If you are looking for a online a PPEC near me or near you in Miami your are in the right place.
PPEC services are covered under the Florida Medicaid program. The Agency for HealthCare Administration (AHCA) is responsible for licensing and regulating PPECs, and the Agency monitors the performance and effectiveness of PPEC centers near you.
PPEC Centers (Child Health Care Center) are the most cost-effective, medically safe, and least restrictive community-based service delivery model for special needs and technology dependent children. Any child who qualifies for skilled Private Duty Nursing unequivocally meets medical criteria for Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care center services in Miami.
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What is a Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC)?
Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC) is a nonresidential, family-centered health care service for medically or technologically dependent children. The PPEC model is a novel and innovative approach to address the complex needs of these families in the Miami community. Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care centers are the most cost-effective, medically safe, and least restrictive community-based service delivery model for special needs and technology dependent children. The Agency for HealthCare Administration (AHCA) is responsible for licensing and regulating PPECs, and the Agency monitors the performance and effectiveness of PPEC centers near you.
Does my child qualify for enrollment at SOL PPEC?
SOL PPEC in Miami enrolls children from birth through age 20 with medically-complex conditions to receive continual medical care in a non-residential setting. If prescribed by a pediatrician, children may attend SOL PPEC Miami up to 12 hours daily while receiving nursing services, pediatric care, personal care, developmental therapies, and caregiver training.
Is SOL PPEC a good fit for my child?
Absolutely! We value family and community as a means to educate and nurture children. We constantly strive to create an environment that is an extension of the home; a place that is welcoming and full of happy people who are devoted to providing exceptional healthcare in a loving and compassionate environment.
SOL Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care Miami focuses on including the family in the plan of care (POC) to assist in gaining the confidence necessary to integrate the child into family life. The SOL child health care centre multidisciplinary team consisting of a board certified pediatrician, registered nurses, physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist, and behavioral therapist work together to strengthen the coordination between disciplines. Striving, together, to develop a POC with individualized goals based on the child and family’s need.
What is the cost of attending SOL PPEC?
PPEC services are covered under the Florida Medicaid program and eligible children are fully covered for prescribed pediatric extended care services. For those not Medicaid eligible, SOL PPEC Miami works with most private insurances to handle all the necessary paperwork to reduce as much financial burden as possible subject to plan benefits for prescribed pediatric care services.
Looking for a PPEC Near Me?
If you find yourself searching for a PPEC near me then look no further then SOL PPEC. Conveniently located in Miami off the Palmetto and steps away from the future home of the Jackson West Hospital. Our mission is to provide exceptional care for your child in a comprehensive and engaging manner that will allow community reintegration and maximize quality of life.