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Using Partner Post-Acute Care Networks to Reduce Hospital Length of Stay
As traditional silos in healthcare break down and merge into the patient care continuum, a critical strategic priority for health systems is the development of effective partner post-acute care networks.
A well-developed and robust partner post-acute care network is an increasingly vital part of value-based healthcare and a priority for health systems.

Today’s healthcare leaders are juggling the demands and opportunities of a transforming and exceedingly complicated market: the transition to value-based care marches on, new business models are disrupting the status quo, and traditional providers are reinventing themselves. In a world where payment and care models are rapidly changing, the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged hospital operations even more. If patient flow and census numbers weren’t top of mind before, they are now.

Health systems are searching for ways to innovate for cost and quality improvement. This last point certainly rings true for post-acute care, as health systems and health plans begin to view this industry segment in a new light—as one that can deliver more value and opportunity to their organization.

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