Demonstrating a positive impact on clinical and economic outcomes has been a long-standing challenge for the home care industry due to fragmented care standards across states, the lack of standardized measures in personal care, and limited access to claims data that would enable home health agencies that support patients with activities of daily living (e.g., medication management, meal preparation, patient education) to track and measure the impact of service delivery on patient utilization and outcomes.


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