Two approaches to grow post-acute outcomes through partnerships


While most hospitals (88%) have or plan to build a post-acute network, the investment has often failed to yield intended outcomes. Some providers struggle to utilize their preferred partners, while others may not have enough capacity within the preferred network to accept all discharges.

To drive post-acute outcomes, health systems must help patients choose high-quality, in-network providers—and support the post-acute market overall in elevating their quality.

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