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Is Socioeconomics a Main Influencer of Readmissions?

March-April 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Researchers examined the common reasons why some hospitals have more readmissions treating a disproportionate share of patients with low incomes, poor health and other negative circumstances.

Is Socioeconomics a Main Influencer of Readmissions?2022-04-25T19:52:14-04:00

Discharge Planning Patterns: Care Transitions and Readmissions

March-April 2022 Issue
FREE CONTENT A recent study examined the patterns of Medicare beneficiaries post-acute care transitions among assisted living residents and their outcomes in the first 30 and 60 days after hospital discharge.

Discharge Planning Patterns: Care Transitions and Readmissions2022-05-04T16:46:29-04:00

Why is It Important to Understand Hospital Stays By Medical Condition?

Your partners – ACOs, payers, commercial insurers, physicians, and health systems – seek ways to reduce hospitalizations and re-hospitalizations. A critical measurement of your value is to show how your organization can reduce the cost of care, decrease re-hospitalizations, and improve outcomes.

Why is It Important to Understand Hospital Stays By Medical Condition?2021-10-10T18:46:04-04:00

The Obesity Crisis and Chronic Illness Attributed to 64% of Hospitalizations

The 18th annual report by Trust for America’s Health on the obesity crisis in the United States has been released. This year, special features highlight the interaction of the COVID-19 pandemic with social, economic, and environmental conditions that impact hospitalizations, social determinants of health (SDOH), and outcomes.

The Obesity Crisis and Chronic Illness Attributed to 64% of Hospitalizations2021-10-23T11:22:01-04:00

Does Your Organization Have the Right Clinical Service Lines to Reduce the Cost of the Top Five Medical Conditions and Expenditures?

March-April 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT New information will help your organization better align clinical services to reduce the cost of the highest medical conditions and their expenditures. The data can be used in conversations with various payer sources to align your organization’s services to reduce the cost of care and readmissions.

Does Your Organization Have the Right Clinical Service Lines to Reduce the Cost of the Top Five Medical Conditions and Expenditures?2021-12-21T10:23:49-05:00

COVID-19 Readmissions

In this free industry report, The Remington Report provides key data analysis to help your organization mitigate COVID-19 readmissions, along with five action steps for your organizations to explore.

COVID-19 Readmissions2021-10-23T11:32:29-04:00

Strategy Insight: How To Align Financial and Clinical Incentives with Payers and the Most Costliest Medical Conditions

In this article, we take a look at data reflecting the costliest medical conditions by payers. This becomes an important strategy as payers begin to move more value-based care contracting into the home care space and look to treating higher acuity patients in the home.

Strategy Insight: How To Align Financial and Clinical Incentives with Payers and the Most Costliest Medical Conditions2021-10-23T11:35:44-04:00

DataPoint: Almost 90% of COVID-19 Admissions Involve Comorbidities

July-August 2020 Issue
FREE DATA POINT The hospitalization rate for COVID-19 is 4.6 per 100,000 population, and almost 90% of hospitalized patients have some type of underlying condition, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

DataPoint: Almost 90% of COVID-19 Admissions Involve Comorbidities2021-12-21T10:26:50-05:00

A Comprehensive Care Management Model

SUBSCRIBER CONTENT FirstHealth of the Carolinas has developed an innovative care delivery model to ef­fectively manage high-risk patients with chronic disease.

A Comprehensive Care Management Model2021-08-30T18:08:36-04:00

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