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The importance of value-based care integration for hospital outcomes

The importance of value-based care integration for hospital outcomes

As more hospitals officially transition to the value-based care (VBC) model, health leaders are seeking strategies to help their hospital maintain optimal outcomes long-term.

CMS 2023 Final Rule Recap

CMS 2023 Final Rule Recap: Its Impact on Your Rehabilitation Hospital

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released the Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Prospective Payment System (IRF PPS), for fiscal year (FY) 2023. The payment rule will take effect for cost report periods beginning on or after October 1, 2022 for all rehabilitation units and freestanding hospitals.

2 Ways Company Culture Can Help Your Hospital Hire and Retain Top Talent

2 Ways Company Culture Can Help Your Hospital Hire and Retain Top Talent

Hospital team members want an employer who holds similar values to their own, and maintains a positive reputation throughout their community.

2 Key Factors Boosting Hospital Staff Recruitment and Retention

Now more than ever, hospital team members are seeking an employer who invests in their employees. Hospitals that utilize specialized rehabilitation resources to maintain employee engagement, enhance skill sets and aid in setting a positive work-life balance continue to set themselves apart as employers of choice. However, gaining access to...

Expected nursing home closures in 2022: Its impact on your hospital

Over 300 nursing homes have closed since the beginning of the pandemic, and roughly 400 more are projected to close this year, according to a new report from the American Health Care Association (AHCA) and National Center for Assisted Living (NCA).

Enhanced Hospital Efficiency through Strategic Partnership Support

The demand for healthcare workers is projected to continue to grow nine percent annually through 2030.1 To overcome this challenge, hospitals are seeking guidance from a seasoned rehabilitation expert to help their rehabilitation unit excel within their community while overcoming today’s top recruitment and retention challenges.

Two benefits of automation for enhanced hospital outcomes

Although automation is normally associated with operations and revenue cycles, there is also great opportunity to improve hospital care delivery through the use of hospital-specific software, data and resources.

The future of healthcare: How your hospital can continue to excel in a changing market

Over the next several years, healthcare financial outcomes are expected to be less positive, as noted in a McKinsey and Company report.1 However, the report notes hospitals who develop new and innovative business models will continue to generate optimal patient and facility outcomes, and therefore stay ahead of shifting industry...

Your hospital’s guide to enhanced financial performance

To achieve optimal hospital outcomes both financially and operationally, health leaders are looking for ways to address the growing medically complex patient population and determine the best care path for these patients to avoid potential rehospitalization.

Improve your hospital’s financial performance through Medicare’s “Triple Aim”

To help effectively meet the opportunity in these three key areas, hospital leaders are looking to joint-venture and contract management partnership with a focused rehabilitation expert.

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