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  • Telehealth is predicted to be the next big investment for seniors aging in place. The number of seniors requiring additional caregiving and support due to chronic disease will increase from about 14 percent of the senior population in 2010 to 21 percent by 2050, putting the pressure on healthcare providers to improve caregiving platforms. This article is free to 1-Year Classic and 2-Year Premium subscribers.
  • Prior authorizations take time away from patients and interject a third party into the doctor-patient relationship. There are many frustrations with prior authorizations, but the time spent getting payer permission is a common thread among all doctors. The average practice spends more than 15 hours per week total on them. This article is free to 1-Year Classic and 2-Year Premium subscribers.
  • Eighty percent of ACOs reported using home visits for some of their patients, with larger ACOs more commonly using home visits. Under alternative payment models ? including accountable care organization (ACO) contracts ? providers may have greater motivation to improve care delivery for patients with complex clinical needs because they are responsible for the patients? total cost of care. This article is free to 1-Year Classic and 2-Year Premium subscribers.
  • Our nation has spent decades building and refining the healthcare system we know today. However, a shift is taking place ? highlighting a great need for, and opportunity to provide, home-based primary care (HBPC). This article is free to 1-Year Classic and 2-Year Premium subscribers.
  • Print copy of the July/August 2019 issue of The Remington Report. Free shipping. Please allow five to 10 business days for shipping.
  • How real time actionable data leverages new value for home health aides and stakeholders. This article is free to 1-Year Classic and 2-Year Premium subscribers.
  • Lexington Medical Foundation and Right at Home, based in South Carolina, built a strategic partnership based on a community-based, patient-centered program to provide social determinants of health support for high-risk patients once they transition home. This article is free to 1-Year Classic and 2-Year Premium subscribers.
  • Investors are pouring billions of dollars to enhance care in the home. The global smart home healthcare market is forecasted to attain a revenue of $30.0 billion by 2023. The market is mainly driven by the growing geriatric population escalating the demand for personalized healthcare which in turn is increasing the demand for mHealth technologies and advancements in smart home healthcare technologies. This article is free to 1-Year Classic and 2-Year Premium subscribers.
  • For the home care industry, the announcement of new value-based physician payment models should have caused a gleeful outburst. Under these new models, Medicare will be rewarding practices for providing more convenient access to care, and start paying for chronic disease care management, acute care in-home services, and hospice and palliative care. This article is free to 1-Year Classic and 2-Year Premium subscribers.
  • The rate of readmissions increases in the first two days after a SNF discharge. If SNFs lower their readmission rates, providers can earn the two percent. CMS reports almost three-quarters of the providers in the country will receive a cut under VBP. This article is free to 1-Year Classic and 2-Year Premium subscribers.
  • Print copy of the May/June 2019 issue of The Remington Report. Free shipping. Please allow five to 10 business days for shipping.
  • Capacity Coaching is a new strategy for patients living with chronic conditions. Here are key roles, tools, and core competencies. This article is free to 1-Year Classic and 2-Year Premium subscribers.
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