Profiles of Health System Post-Acute Leadership Structures

Managing post-acute assets and networks

Get profiles of five successful post-acute leadership structures—and considerations for building one of your own.

Melanoma Programs

Health care is moving toward integration, and health systems are becoming increasingly responsible for cost and clinical outcomes across a patient's entire episode of care. Now, hospitals need a solid post-acute strategy that can deliver seamless care across all settings.

The first step toward post-acute success is selecting a post-acute care (PAC) management structure that can integrate many different sectors. This white paper is designed to help you choose the PAC management structure that's best for you.

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