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Message From Lisa Remington

March/April 2024 Issue
FREE CONTENT The surge in collaborations between home care providers and referral sources is creating fresh avenues for growth and fostering opportunities for deeper relationship-building. Fostering relationships involves cultivating meaningful connections and collaboration. The increase in referral partnerships between home care and referral partners can be attributed to seven key factors.

Message From Lisa Remington2024-03-02T15:13:33-05:00

ACO MarketScan: Payments Shifting Care at Home Volume

March/April 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT ACO MarketScan: What makes it crucial for home care providers to establish connections with ACOs? With more than half of Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in accountable care organizations, aiming for 100%, home care providers must craft compelling value propositions and engagement strategies to foster partnerships.

ACO MarketScan: Payments Shifting Care at Home Volume2024-04-12T12:57:37-04:00

Hospital MarketScan: Hospital Outcome and Quality Measures

March/April 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Hospital MarketScan: A thorough grasp of hospital quality and outcomes proves highly advantageous for home care providers. Establishing and fortifying referral partnerships with hospitals and health systems necessitates a more comprehensive understanding of hospital outcomes and quality measures to enhance relationship building efforts.

Hospital MarketScan: Hospital Outcome and Quality Measures2024-04-12T12:58:27-04:00

Physician MarketScan: Specialists Expanding Care in the Home

March/April 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Physician MarketScan: As CMS concentrates on integrating more specialists into value-based care, prioritizing engagement with home care providers emerges as a key strategic imperative. These engagement strategies center around areas such as readmissions, care transitions, longitudinal care, value-based payments, bundled payments, and the expansion of specialty care within a home setting.

Physician MarketScan: Specialists Expanding Care in the Home2024-04-12T12:58:30-04:00

Enforcers Target Discharge Planners/Case Managers Yet Again

March/April 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Case managers or discharge planners found in violation of the anti-kickback statute may face criminal prosecution, potentially leading to prison sentences and other repercussions. If you were aware or should have been aware, you may bear responsibility. Attorney Elizabeth Hogue provides detailed explanations of these implications.

Enforcers Target Discharge Planners/Case Managers Yet Again2024-03-02T16:20:49-05:00

A Key Health Indicator in Social Determinants of Health

March/April 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT One specific area of concern is transportation, given its high priority. Missed medical appointments incur costs of up to $150 billion annually for the healthcare industry. What is your organization's strategy to address this challenge?

A Key Health Indicator in Social Determinants of Health2024-03-02T16:20:58-05:00

Patients’ Right to Freedom of Choice of Providers

March/April 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Patients possess the right to select their care providers, and this choice is reinforced through various avenues embedded in policies and regulations. Attorney Elizabeth Hogue explains the key touchpoints.

Patients’ Right to Freedom of Choice of Providers2024-03-02T16:21:05-05:00

Message From Lisa Remington

January/February 2024 Issue
FREE CONTENT In the January/February issue of The Remington Report, we answer two critical questions. What are the most critical areas of change in 2024? How can your organization better anticipate the future, identify opportunities, and confidently grow? Our four environmental scans will get you ready for 2024.

Message From Lisa Remington2024-03-02T16:00:11-05:00

Payments Shifting Care at Home Volume

January/February 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN: Payments are shifting the site of care, accelerating the growth of care at home. The movement of ortho and cardiac payments from impatient to outpatient is related to increased volumes of care in the home. We provide forecasts and the impact to home care organizations.

Payments Shifting Care at Home Volume2024-03-02T16:00:05-05:00

Team-Based Care – A 2024 Strategy

January/February 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN: Team-based and multidisciplinary teams underpin the success of value-based care models and hospitals-at-home. Cross-collaborative teams in specialty clinical programs are making their way between hospitals and home care organizations. This is the next level of clinical integration and for stakeholders to better understand home care’s value.

Team-Based Care – A 2024 Strategy2024-03-02T15:59:57-05:00

Synergistic Referral Partnerships Gain Traction

January/February 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN: Referrals are more dependent on home care as partners for financial, quality, and patient experience measures. Shifting payments are changing traditional views of managing a patient’s care journey. Each segment of healthcare will contribute to a synergistic success level. No organization can do it alone.

Synergistic Referral Partnerships Gain Traction2024-03-02T15:59:50-05:00

Social Determinants: Changes Ahead in 2024​

January/February 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN: Screening requirements for social determinants in 2024 are front and center for hospitals, dialysis centers, physicians, and post-acute providers. Coordination across various healthcare settings, including ambulatory, emergency department, inpatient, and home health will create a unified approach.

Social Determinants: Changes Ahead in 2024​2024-03-02T15:59:44-05:00

Managed Medicare Plans: Update on Requirements for Prior Authorization

January/February 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The issues impacting prior authorizations from managed care organizations have caused some providers to discontinue relationships with plans. Starting January 1, 2024, UnitedHealthcare is changing home health agency processes.

Managed Medicare Plans: Update on Requirements for Prior Authorization2024-03-02T15:59:29-05:00

2024 Tests Expansion of Medicare Advantage Value-Based Insurance Design Model

January/February 2024 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The value-based insurance design model will be required to address health-related social needs in at least two of three health-related social needs areas: food, transportation, and housing insecurity and/or living environment, and improve care coordination. Get the changes affecting hospice and the list of 2024 participants.

2024 Tests Expansion of Medicare Advantage Value-Based Insurance Design Model2024-03-02T15:59:22-05:00

Message From Lisa Remington

November/December 2023 Issue
FREE CONTENT In the November/December issue of The Remington Report, we explore the best solutions for patient engagement. Three different strategies reduce emergency department visits, readmissions, and encourage self-care.

Message From Lisa Remington2023-12-31T11:22:27-05:00

Patient Engagement Strategies for High-Need, High-Cost Patients

November/December 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT It has become a national priority to understand the needs of high-need, high-cost patients. In this article, we hear the voices of patients and how to prevent ED visits and readmissions.

Patient Engagement Strategies for High-Need, High-Cost Patients2023-12-31T11:22:35-05:00

Preventing Violence in Home Care: Action Items

November/December 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT According to a recent analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data, home healthcare is one of the most dangerous places to work in healthcare. Homecare field staff members who provide services on behalf of private duty agencies, hospices, Medicare-certified home health agencies, and home medical equipment companies are extremely vulnerable.

Preventing Violence in Home Care: Action Items2023-12-31T11:22:50-05:00

Patient Engagement Coaching: A Strategy for Patients Living with Chronic Conditions

November/December 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Coaching interventions have been widely touted as a potential way to prevent chronic illness and to help patients better self-manage their chronic illnesses. Coaching draws from a range of strategies to tailor its response to the dynamic situation of patients and their families.

Patient Engagement Coaching: A Strategy for Patients Living with Chronic Conditions2023-12-31T11:23:15-05:00

Certificate-of-Need Ties Back to Health Equity Assessments

November/December 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT New York State’s new requirement for certain certificate-of-need applications includes a health equity impact assessment. New York is now the first state to implement a required equity assessment in its health facility planning and approval process that went into effect June 22.

Certificate-of-Need Ties Back to Health Equity Assessments2023-12-31T11:23:21-05:00

5 Ways High-Functioning Team-Based Care Reduces Clinician Burnout

Fostering effective team-based care improves both the patient’s and the team’s experience of care delivery. In this article, we discuss the two different approaches to team-based care, the five core principles, and how to reduce clinician burnout.

5 Ways High-Functioning Team-Based Care Reduces Clinician Burnout2023-09-19T11:42:32-04:00

Message From Lisa Remington

September/October 2023 Issue
FREE CONTENT In the September/October issue of The Remington Report, we capture changes occurring across the care continuum. Healthcare policy, communications, and regulations are working at un-siloing care delivery amongst providers. We are at the tip of the iceberg of better managing a patient’s entire care journey.

Message From Lisa Remington2023-10-27T16:13:09-04:00

Discharge Planning: CMS Concerns About Missing Information Provided to Post-Acute Providers at Discharge

September/October 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT On June 6, 2023, CMS issued a that when a patient is discharged from a hospital, it is important to provide post-acute providers and caregivers as applicable with the appropriate patient information related to a patient’s treatment and condition to decrease the risk of readmission or an adverse event.

Discharge Planning: CMS Concerns About Missing Information Provided to Post-Acute Providers at Discharge2023-10-27T16:13:14-04:00

Future Bundled Payment Programs to Improve Care Transitions and Collaboration Across Patients’ Care Journey

September/October 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT CMS is asking for feedback to create a future episode-based payment model seeking feedback regarding a potential new episode-based payment model that would be designed with a goal to improve beneficiary care and lower Medicare expenditures by reducing fragmentation and increasing care coordination across health care settings.

Future Bundled Payment Programs to Improve Care Transitions and Collaboration Across Patients’ Care Journey2023-10-27T16:13:23-04:00

Judge Orders State to Provide Private Duty Nursing Care

September/October 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT A Judge issued an opinion and order, in which he said that the State of Florida must provide services, including private duty nursing care, to medically fragile children who are living in nursing homes or threatened with institutionalization so that they can live at home.

Judge Orders State to Provide Private Duty Nursing Care2023-10-27T16:13:42-04:00

CMS Proposes Payment to Physicians to Train Caregivers

September/October 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT For CY 2024, CMS proposes paying physicians for Caregiving Training Services (CTS) when the treating practitioner identifies a need to involve and train one or more caregivers to assist the patient in carrying out a patient-centered treatment plan.

CMS Proposes Payment to Physicians to Train Caregivers2023-10-27T16:13:49-04:00

Legal: Recent Study Links Hospital Readmissions to Discharge Planning Process

September/October 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The study is based on eight focus groups that included nurses, physicians, discharge planning staff, and patients. It identified areas of possible change to the discharge planning process to reduce instances of unplanned hospital readmissions.

Legal: Recent Study Links Hospital Readmissions to Discharge Planning Process2023-10-27T16:13:55-04:00

CMS Proposes to Pay Doctors for Social Determinants and Illness Navigation Services

September/October 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT CMS is proposing to pay separately for Community Health Integration, Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Risk Assessment, and Principal Illness Navigation services to account for resources when clinicians involve community health workers, care navigators, and peer support specialists in furnishing medically necessary care.

CMS Proposes to Pay Doctors for Social Determinants and Illness Navigation Services2023-10-27T16:14:02-04:00

Message From Lisa Remington

July/August 2023 Issue
FREE CONTENT In the July/August issue of The Remington Report, we report on the many recently announced changes that will impact Medicare, Medicaid, Medicaid Managed Care, and primary care’s future.

Message From Lisa Remington2023-08-29T11:23:43-04:00

CMS’s Making Care Primary Model Advances Primary Care into Value-Based Care

July/August 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT A new CMS model for primary care is testing value-based payments, chronic care management, and management of social determinants. If successful, the model Making Care Primary can scale both large and small physician practices into value-based care and comprehensive care management.

CMS’s Making Care Primary Model Advances Primary Care into Value-Based Care2023-08-29T11:24:10-04:00

Supreme Court Rules on Knowledge Required to Prove False Claims

July/August 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT A ruling from the Supreme Court may make it more difficult for enforcers to prove liability under the False Claims Act and more manageable for providers to defend themselves against claims of violations.

Supreme Court Rules on Knowledge Required to Prove False Claims2023-08-29T11:24:17-04:00

Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Participants Have Outpaced Workforce Expansion Since 2013

July/August 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The HCBS workforce is not growing fast enough to serve residents relying on long-term services and support. New investments in this workforce are essential to sustain access to HCBS for current and future generations.

Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Participants Have Outpaced Workforce Expansion Since 20132023-08-29T11:24:25-04:00

Message From Lisa Remington

May/June 2023 Issue
FREE CONTENT In the May/June issue of The Remington Report, we provide a special industry report for home-based care providers to identify the gaps in care delivery.

Message From Lisa Remington2023-08-26T17:50:36-04:00

Get to Know the New Providers in Care-at-Home Delivery

May/June 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Disruptors or non-traditional providers are quickly accelerating their footprint into the care-at-home market. These providers are addressing the pain points and healthcare gaps that traditional-for-service providers have failed to correct for many years.

Get to Know the New Providers in Care-at-Home Delivery2023-07-02T10:44:49-04:00

Potential Changes to the Home-Based Care Industry

May/June 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The Expanding Care in the Home Act: By moving an array of services for Medicare beneficiaries from hospital to home, lawmakers hope they can save money while allowing older Americans to receive care in their homes. Get an understanding of a new proposed bill.

Potential Changes to the Home-Based Care Industry2023-07-02T10:45:30-04:00

Message From Lisa Remington

March/April 2023 Issue
FREE CONTENT In the March/April issue of The Remington Report, we report on the trends, transformation, and opportunities impacting ACOs.

Message From Lisa Remington2023-08-26T17:50:44-04:00

16 Key ACO Trends to Know in 2023

March/April 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The importance of key ACO trends is to better understand the plan to decrease fee-for-service and increase value-based payments. Growth through three initiatives will be the foundation to reach CMS’s goal of 100% of Medicare into an accountable care program.

16 Key ACO Trends to Know in 20232023-05-21T12:08:04-04:00

Legal: Preferred-Provider Arrangements Between Home Health, Hospice and Private Duty Agencies, and Assisted Living Facilities and Retirement Communities

March/April 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Preferred-provider agreements are an important strategy for increasing referral relationships. This article provides a greater understanding of the legal aspects.

Legal: Preferred-Provider Arrangements Between Home Health, Hospice and Private Duty Agencies, and Assisted Living Facilities and Retirement Communities2023-06-19T08:34:57-04:00

HIPAA Violations to Avoid

March/April 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Compliance with HIPAA can be complex. Examples of violations, or “HIPAA stories,” may make requirements more understandable. We share some of those stories.

HIPAA Violations to Avoid2023-05-21T12:08:49-04:00

Message From Lisa Remington

January/February 2023 Issue
FREE CONTENT In the January/February issue of The Remington Report, we unlock the big wave of changes ahead for home-based care in 2023.

Message From Lisa Remington2023-08-26T17:50:54-04:00

5 Changes to Social Determinants of Health Quality Measures Across the Continuum 2023

January/February 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT New social determinants of health (SDOH) quality measures will be required by hospitals, health plans, and multi-payer federal and state programs. We provide details on how each healthcare sector will be incorporating SDOH quality measures.

5 Changes to Social Determinants of Health Quality Measures Across the Continuum 20232023-04-12T16:03:48-04:00

2023 CMS Adding Physician Relationships to Home Care Providers on Medicare’s Care Compare Website

January/February 2023 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Medicare’s Care Compare website is adding physician and clinician affiliations to home-based care organizations. The new information is meant to provide additional information to support patients and caregivers as they make healthcare decisions.

2023 CMS Adding Physician Relationships to Home Care Providers on Medicare’s Care Compare Website2023-04-12T16:03:48-04:00

Message From Lisa Remington

November-December 2022 Issue
FREE CONTENT In the November/December issue of The Remington Report, we tackle topics impacting team-based care, care transitions, case studies, and workforce improvement.

Message From Lisa Remington2023-08-26T17:51:02-04:00

Which Types of ACOs Use Home Visits the Most and Why?

November-December 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Home-based organizations eager to have partnerships with ACOs will learn in our discussion why certain ACOs engage in greater home visits and care transitions to manage complex patients. No two ACOs are alike. Get insights into the characteristics of ACOs and their decision points. We follow up with three key leadership discussion questions.

Which Types of ACOs Use Home Visits the Most and Why?2023-04-12T16:03:51-04:00

Care Transitions Intervention Model to Manage Social Determinants of Health

November-December 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The focus on social determinants of health is a hot topic in healthcare. Multidisciplinary teams and a care transition model in the case study resulted in reduced readmissions and improved outcomes. The model is scalable and a win-win for healthcare and the patient.

Care Transitions Intervention Model to Manage Social Determinants of Health2023-04-12T16:03:51-04:00

Pre-Hospice Home-Based Transition Program

November-December 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Sharp HealthCare pre-hospice program called Transitions, is designed to give elderly patients the care they want at home and keep them out of the hospital.

Pre-Hospice Home-Based Transition Program2023-04-12T16:03:51-04:00

Improving Real-Time Communications with Care Teams and Patients

November-December 2022 Issue
FREE CONTENT In our extensive resource of special reports, you’ll find actionable solutions to improving care transitions, real-time communications with team members, and what patients want for better communications. These complimentary resources offer solutions to workforce shortages, clinician burnout, and advancing solutions in home-based care.

Improving Real-Time Communications with Care Teams and Patients2023-04-12T16:03:52-04:00

To the Point

September/October 2022 Issue
FREE CONTENT How are the changing financial, economic, and market conditions impacting your decisions about your workforce? A major change is coming that will determine your future staffing needs.

To the Point2023-08-26T17:52:30-04:00

Workforce: How Will Medicare Fee-For-Service Trends Change the Way You Think About Future Staffing Needs?

September/October 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT With all the evolving changes occurring in healthcare, you may have missed CMS’s initiatives aligning value-based arrangements across traditional Medicare programs. We discuss the eight trends to help your organization think about the impact on your labor force and referral partners.

Workforce: How Will Medicare Fee-For-Service Trends Change the Way You Think About Future Staffing Needs?2023-04-12T16:03:54-04:00

11 Strategic Actions to Improve Care Team Productivity

September/October 2022 Issue
SPECIAL REPORT In this special report, we provide 11 strategic actions to improve your care team's productivity both internally and externally. Get insights into advancing clinical communications with your referral partners, ways your care team always has real-time patient status, and how to improve the referral process. Don't miss the eight additional resources to dig even deeper into this topic.

11 Strategic Actions to Improve Care Team Productivity2023-04-12T16:03:54-04:00

Analysis: Seniors Usage of Technology and Telehealth Growing

September/October 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT The gap between the younger generation and the senior population is narrowing when it comes to smart phones, tablets, internet users, YouTube, and telehealth. A recent study provides valuable insight for healthcare providers adopting technology in the home.

Analysis: Seniors Usage of Technology and Telehealth Growing2023-04-12T16:03:55-04:00

Staffing Strategies: Efficient Ways to Leverage Scheduling for Improved Staffing Utilization and Increased Continuity of Care

September/October 2022 Issue
SPECIAL REPORT What are the four questions leadership should explore to optimize scheduling with continuity of care and staff utilization? In this special report, we answer these four questions and give you solutions to help provide better care to more patients, while making the most of your staff’s time. This effort starts with their scheduling process.

Staffing Strategies: Efficient Ways to Leverage Scheduling for Improved Staffing Utilization and Increased Continuity of Care2023-04-12T16:03:56-04:00

To the Point

July/August 2022 Issue
FREE CONTENT Payers are gaining a foothold in the care-at-home market. Five critical trends support the rapid advancement. The challenges and opportunities are discussed in this issue of The Remington Report.

To the Point2023-08-26T17:52:23-04:00

Trend #1: Payers Are Accelerating Into the Home-Based Care Market

July/August 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT How should your organization be responding to payers expanding their position in home-based care? What key trends support this advancement? What are key strategies to partner and align with payers? In this article, we cover the key market changes, the disruption, and growth opportunities for home-based care organizations.

Trend #1: Payers Are Accelerating Into the Home-Based Care Market2023-04-12T16:03:57-04:00

Trend #2: Payers Expanding Home-Based Care Models Nationally

July/August 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Payers are deepening their care delivery models focused on the home. In the past, we may have thought of payers in traditional roles as a medical-cost manager. Today, they are acquiring home-based care organizations to control readmissions, cost, and outcomes.

Trend #2: Payers Expanding Home-Based Care Models Nationally2023-04-12T16:03:58-04:00

Trend #3: Highest Chronic Care Conditions in Medicare, Medicare Advantage Plans, And Special Needs Plans

July/August 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Different payers such as Medicare, Medicare Advantage, and Special Needs Plans are focusing on the highest chronic care conditions to reduce the cost of care. In this article, is the data by payer and a discussion about how organizations can support a better aligned financial and quality partnerships.

Trend #3: Highest Chronic Care Conditions in Medicare, Medicare Advantage Plans, And Special Needs Plans2023-04-12T16:03:58-04:00

Trend #4: Growth in Medicare Advantage Plans 2022 Signals Future in Managed Care Contracting

July/August 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Medicare Advantage enrollment is growing at a fast pace. The number of plans is expanding geographically, and payers will continue to invest in the Medicare Advantage market. In this article, we dig deep into the growth of Medicare Advantage by enrollment, states, and the future. The market signal is strong to put Medicare Advantage contracting as a high priority.

Trend #4: Growth in Medicare Advantage Plans 2022 Signals Future in Managed Care Contracting2023-04-12T16:03:58-04:00

Trend #5: Payer and Home-Based Provider Partnering to Reduce the Cost of Care

July/August 2022 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Important to all payers is the value your organization brings to reducing the cost of care. Available data can gear-up your partnership value quickly. In this article, we sliced and diced data to provide an overall macro/micro picture of how to reduce the cost of care.

Trend #5: Payer and Home-Based Provider Partnering to Reduce the Cost of Care2023-04-12T16:03:58-04:00

Strategic Priority: Facts Driving Why Family Caregivers Choose One Care-at-Home Organization Over the Other

July/August 2022 Issue
SPECIAL REPORT/FREE CONTENT What do family caregivers identify as important areas for choosing care-at-home provider? What area did family caregivers identify for improvement? How are your organization’s surveys being affected? What strategies made the top of the list? What are the five ways to achieve family caregiver communication success? In this special report, we give you seven family caregiver expectations to increase your competitive advantage.

Strategic Priority: Facts Driving Why Family Caregivers Choose One Care-at-Home Organization Over the Other2023-04-19T13:35:39-04:00

To the Point

May/June 2022 Issue
FREE CONTENT In this issue of the Remington Report, we take a deep dive into the post-acute transfer policy, the impact to your organization, what it means to hospitals, and how to drive greater value as a hospital partner.

To the Point2023-08-26T17:52:15-04:00

To the Point

March/April 2022 Issue
FREE CONTENT In its 10th annual round of penalties, Medicare is reducing its payments to 2,499 hospitals, or 47% of all facilities for readmissions.

To the Point2023-08-26T17:52:09-04:00

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?2023-04-12T16:04:04-04:00

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 Readmissions2023-04-12T16:04:06-04:00

To the Point

January/February 2022 Issue
FREE CONTENT As the care-at-home industry continues to grow and expand, there are both opportunities and challenges in the future.

To the Point2023-08-26T17:52:01-04:00

To The Point

November-December 2021 Issue
FREE PUBLISHER'S MESSAGE In this issue of The Remington Report, we will provide actionable insights to guide your organization forward.

To The Point2023-08-26T17:51:19-04:00

Can Hospitals Require Physicians to Direct Referrals?

November-December 2021 Issue
FREE CONTENT Effective on January 19, 2021, new regulations related to the Stark laws expanded and underscored the ability of hospitals to require physicians to send referrals to particular providers. These new regulations also make it clear that providers can monitor and enforce requirements to direct referrals to designated providers.

Can Hospitals Require Physicians to Direct Referrals?2023-04-12T16:04:11-04:00

To The Point

September/October 2021 Issue
FREE PUBLISHER'S MESSAGE In this issue of The Remington Report, we will guide your business readiness for adoption of new transformations, look at opportunity identification to create new revenue, and provide ways to achieve better outcomes.

To The Point2023-08-26T17:51:28-04:00

Six Smart Ways to Stay in Communication with Your Referral Sources

September/October 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Your referral partners increasingly expect robust communications to make patient transfers as seamless as possible, for both the patient and providers. They will have to make a choice. Ultimately, they will look for relationships with organizations that are easy to work with and that can deliver proven quality care. We provide insights and strategies from high-performing organizations.

Six Smart Ways to Stay in Communication with Your Referral Sources2023-04-12T16:04:13-04:00

Three Missed Opportunities for End-of-Life Discussions

September/October 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT Recent research discusses the missed opportunities for discussions about end-of-life, including advance care planning, palliative care, discontinuation of disease-directed treatment, hospice care, and after-death wishes, with outpatients with advanced cancer.

Three Missed Opportunities for End-of-Life Discussions2023-04-12T16:04:14-04:00

Six Ways to Identify, Increase, and Manage Referrals

September/October 2021 Issue
SUBSCRIBER CONTENT In this new normal, it’s important to understand how your referral sources work, what they are sending to you versus the competition, how to deepen relationships with these sources, and what differentiates you as a provider in the marketplace.

Six Ways to Identify, Increase, and Manage Referrals2023-04-12T16:04:14-04:00
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