Care transitions and care coordination provide the biggest hurdles for healthcare organizations when administering post-acute care services, according to the 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Post-Acute Care Trends. The survey also identified six additional challenges in delivering post-acute care services.
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2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Post-Acute Care Trends captures efforts by 92 healthcare organizations to enhance care coordination for individuals receiving post-acute services following a hospitalization—initiatives like the creation of a preferred PAC network or collaborative.
For the purposes of these metrics, PAC is defined as the following: Care received following a stay in an acute care hospital from either a skilled nursing facility (SNF), home health agency (HHA), inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF), or long-term care hospital (LTCH).
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This chart is sponsored by: Care Coordination in an ACO: Managing the Population Health Continuum from Wellness to End-of-Life, an archived September 2015 webinar.
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