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Home Health

  • Case Study:Pharmacist Post-Discharge Model Reduces Medication Errors

    Novant Health, an integrated health system serving pa­tients in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia, includes 14 hospitals with 2,700 total beds, more than 450 outpatient lo­cations, and 1,100 physicians. In 2012, Novant had more than 3.7 million physician visits and 122,000

  • Case Study: From Hospital to Home

    VNA Healthtrends is a leading home health care provider. The firm has its own clinics and also assists hundreds of patients in nursing homes and long term care facilities, helping make the transition to their homes safely and comfortably so they may recover quickly and enjoy greater

  • Case Study: The “Right Care” Drives Innovations to Improve Outcomes in Senior Care

    Right Care. Right Setting. Right Outcomes. 

    In the midst of extreme health care re­form, we know that redefining clin­ical continuum relationships must oc­cur. As outlined in a recent Remington October 14, 2014 executive briefing webinar, key

  • Behavioral Health Report: Effective Integration For Seniors With Depression

    Study estimates a total annual value opportunity of $31 billion in the Medicare market through integration of Mental Health/substance use and medical treatments.

  • Study: Community-Based Linkages To Population Health

    A recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine by Partners HealthCare System examines community-based linkages to population health.

    The increasing emphasis on improving health outcomes and controlling health care costs puts pressure on U.S. health care systems to

  • Community-Based Services: Paramedics New Role

    Community paramedicine (CP) is a new and evolving model of community-based health care in which paramedics function outside their customary emergency response and transport roles in ways that facilitate more appropriate use of emergency care resources and/or enhance access to primary care for

  • Home Health Agency Value-Based (HHVPB) Model Background

    All Medicare-certified home health agencies (HHAs) that provide services in Massachusetts, Maryland, North Carolina, Florida, Washington, Arizona, Iowa, Nebraska, and Tennessee will compete on value in the HHVBP model, where payment is tied to quality performance. CMS will implemented the HHVBP

  • IMPACT Act – Cross-Setting Standardization For Skin Integrity

    The IMPACT Act requires collection of data across eight domains. In keeping with the requirements of the IMPACT Act, measures for the other domains will be addressed through future rulemaking. CMS received feedback on four future, cross-setting measure constructs to potentially meet

  • IMPACT Act – Cross-Setting Quality Measure For Medication Reconciliation

    CMS has contracted with Abt Associates and RTI International to develop a cross-setting Post-Acute Care measure for the quality measure domain – medication reconciliation.

    In this measure, medication reconciliation and drug regimen review are defined as:

    Medication

  • The IMPACT Act Unifies Payment System For Post-Acute Providers

    Congressional approval of H.R. 4994, the IMPACT Act in October 2014, mandates the development and implementation of a standardized post-acute care assessment tool, and paves the way for effective payment reforms for Post-Acute Providers.

    “Historically paid under separate

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