How to Get Your Organization Positioned for the Future

The home is becoming a primary focal point for healthcare. There is a shifting preference to where consumers/patients want to be cared for. Traditional care at home models is innovating care, adding remote technologies, and expanding skilled interdisciplinary care teams. The transformation allows new companies to enter the home care space and signals that traditional models of care are being disrupted.

Expanding continuum-of-care services is an important strategy. The goal is to serve patients as they transition through the various stages of post-acute care. It creates a post-acute network of services which can include in-home personal care services, skilled home health, palliative care, or hospice.


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