Every population health leader understands how care transitions to post-acute care (PAC) impacts an organization’s financial success. That, coupled with the significant variability in post-acute quality and cost, has driven many hospitals to form narrow networks with the highest-quality PAC providers. However, it is not enough for providers to form high-performing PAC networks. To optimize the effectiveness of such networks, population health leaders need data actionable data to highlight strengths and pinpoint improvement opportunities across the network.
Post-acute Care Performance Improvement Assessment
The Post-Acute Care Performance Improvement Assessment helps population health leaders identify opportunities to improve care transitions and manage network performance.
April 15, 2019