Readmission Reduction

Our collaborative network delivers care across all healthcare spectrums.

We improve communication and care coordination to better engage patients, caregivers, and health systems.

Providers understand that high hospital readmission rates spell trouble for patient outcomes. But excessive rates may also threaten a hospital’s financial health, especially in a value-based reimbursement environment.

Readmissions are already one of the costliest episodes to treat, with hospital costs reaching $41.3 billion for patients readmitted within 30 days of discharge, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) reported.

The financial burden of hospital readmissions also recently increased as value-based reimbursement models replaced fee-for-service payments, especially for Medicare.

With hospital and federal dollars going to hospital readmissions, CMS created a value-based reimbursement program that penalizes hospitals for excessive readmission rates for six conditions, including chronic lung disease, heart attacks, and hip and knee replacements.

Our patient-centric model helps hospitals, providers, and ECF’s improve quality and
patient satisfaction

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