Mobile Critical Care Recovery Program

young woman walking away with arm around elderly woman's shoulders

The Mobile Critical Care Recovery Program (m-CCRP) is a research study being conducted by the Indiana University Center for Aging Research.

During stays in the Intensive Care Unit patients are at a higher risk of Delirium, PTSD, and other diseases. Recovery after discharge is an important part of making sure that true, healthy healing takes place.

m-CCRP is a test project for a new way of helping ICU patients recover quicker within the comfort of their own homes. In this study, participants may receive a personalized care plan from the study’s Care Coordinator that will develop a plan for healing specifically tailored to the individual needs of the patient.

In the program, participants are placed into one of two groups. The first group will receive a care plan for recovery personally from our team’s Care Coordinator. The second group will receive information on recovery, including contact information for helpful resources for post-ICU life. Both groups of the study participate for one year. During this year, participants are called 3, 6, and 12 months after they enroll for some questions about their general health to see how they’re recovering.

Regenstrief Project Team

Regenstrief Center

  • Center for Aging Research