• Overcoming Barriers: Building a Next-Generation Platform for Care at Home

    Home-centered care drives significant savings, promotes recovery, and can increase patient satisfaction. Still, home care is underused as a result of barriers embedded in the healthcare system. Payors, their policies, and other organizations have to enforce and embrace effective, technology-based solutions to effect real change to patient outcomes with home care.

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  • Paying Too Much for Patients Not to Heal?

    Post-acute care is intensely interconnected and requires an approach that is patient-focused and home-centric. This method should fill the gaps between fragmented services by identifying the best path for the patient’s care, engaging the highest-performing providers, and intervening for patients most at risk for readmission.

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  • 100 Paths to Home in Post-Acute Care

    Every post-acute care journey is characterized by transitions – hospital to Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF), or Inpatient Rehab Facility (IRF), or to Long-Term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH). At each decision point on the journey, the path splits, and risk increases for negative patient outcomes, such as avoidable hospital readmissions.

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