Progressive nursing facilities are evolving to operate more similarly to hospitals due to growing engagement in bundled payment arrangements and a devotion to improved patient outcomes. This shift in outcome ownership and shared financial responsibility has led to a need for more efficient patient transitions and increased visibility after the point of discharge. With a national presence, a predominate SNF partnered with enTouch to drive real-time communication with their internal service lines and downstream partners to focus on these goals. Within one year, the project’s primary skilled nursing facility saw rehospitalizations reduced by half.
Centegra Health System opted to participate in CMS' Bundled Payments for Care Improvement initiative. But at first, it wasn't sure how it was going to track, chart and monitor a patient's progress throughout a full 90-day episode of care.
Join us for an inside look at the enTouch implementation at Centegra Health System. Centegra began using enTouch for improved communication with post-acute providers around their high-risk BPCI patients.
Expands the New Jersey market and brings new tools to enhance communication and visibility across the care continuum
With the burgeoning aging population in America, the number of people living with chronic and complex medical conditions continues to rise. A higher disease burden translates to an in increase in hospitalizations as these seniors are at greater risk of developing acute illnesses. But what happens after the hospital stay?
Adds new technology to improve care coordination with area Hospitals, Post-Acute Care and Home-based providers across the care continuum
Private-duty home care providers across the country are celebrating the recent announcement that Medicare Advantage plans will cover non-skilled home care services starting next year. The change will be available to the 21 million seniors who have opted in to the Medicare Advantage plans and is an important step in helping the rapidly growing senior population age safely in their own homes.
As rehabilitation, home health, and private care organizations expand their footprints and focus on service delivery, enterprise level visibility, control, and workflow flexibility become critical. These seemingly competing needs have led to many of these organizations turning towards centralized models for intake. When such a model is implemented, referrals from a single region, or from the entire country, can be managed and distributed by a singular office — essentially a hub for all referrals sent to your health system and affiliates. As is quickly becoming evident, managing transitions in this way produces a multitude of benefits: