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CMS to Change SNF Staffing Mandate: How Your Hospital May be Impacted

After years of suboptimal outcomes, CMS is on the verge of proposing new staffing mandates for skilled nursing facilities (SNFs). This mandate could cost SNFs upwards of $10 billion to maintain and could lead to a larger impact across the care continuum.

Case Study: Tampa General Hospital and Lifepoint Rehabilitation

Partnering with Lifepoint Health expanded the acute care rehabilitation service and care quality for Tampa General Hospital (TGH), providing the community with a new state-of-the-art facility, specialized expertise and aligned values.

Headlines from the Hill: May Edition

Stay on top of the latest regulatory shifts and healthcare breaking news with Headlines from the Hill.

An Advisory Board Analysis: 3 Key Pain Points to Address in Behavioral Healthcare

Prevalence of behavioral health conditions grew 50% in 2021 and continues to steadily increase year over year. To help combat these rising numbers, mental health tech startups were provided funding to grow their service offerings – collectively reaching $5.5 billion globally in 2021.1

Infographic: Five Financial Benefits of Rehabilitation Partnership

As financial strain continues to impact hospitals across the country, health leaders are seeking strategies to increase financial stability amid an ever-changing landscape. In doing so, a hospital can effectively obtain additional resources to provide high-quality care to the right patient, in the right care setting and at right time...

Mental Health Awareness Month: The Importance of Behavioral Health Integration for Hospital Outcomes

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness for those living with behavioral health illnesses and to help reduce the stigma associated with treating addiction and mental health.

Three Flexible Partnership Structures

Three Flexible Partnership Structures Helping to Improve Care Quality and Outcomes

When thinking about partnership structures, free-standing hospitals most often come to mind – but that is not always the case. In addition to the three most common hospital partnership models, there are additional structures in which partnerships can take form.

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Infographic: Benefits of Building Flexibility Into Your Hospital’s Long-term Plans

As the medical complexity of patients in the U.S. continues to increase, it is important for providers to be flexible in their ability to respond to current and future patient needs. This has been proven to be especially vital as the COVID-19 public health emergency demonstrated the need for health...

Headlines from the Hill: April Edition

Stay on top of the latest regulatory shifts and healthcare breaking news with Headlines from the Hill.

Behavioral Health Staffing Strains: Where Do Hospital Priorities Lie?

As behavioral health leaders continue to navigate the intricacies of healthcare environment – including rapidly rising patient admissions, regulatory shifts and overcrowded emergency departments (EDs) – experts note that the ongoing staffing shortage will continue to be the largest pain point throughout 2023.1

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