The Long-Term Future of Post-Acute Care

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The future of post-acute care is promising, but there are some challenges ahead that providers must acknowledge and tackle to succeed. We face a transition from fee-for-service to managed care, bundling and a variety of other creative payment solutions. The entire effort at this point is to reduce costs, length of stay and re-hospitalizations by discharging skilled nursing facility patients … Read More

New Group Purchasing Agreement Benefits 850-Plus Community Health Centers

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According to the Health Resources and Services Administration, nearly 1 in 14 people receive care at community health centers. Like other providers across the continuum of care, health centers are being forced to take a look at their supply chain operations and figure out how they can reduce costs while also driving positive patient outcomes.  That’s where strategic vendor partnerships … Read More

Two Partnerships Expand Savings Across the Care Continuum

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According to the CMS, healthcare spending in the United Stated is projected to grow at an average rate of 5.8 percent per year. However, increasing regulation and pressure on providers to reduce operating costs while enhance patient outcomes have forced providers to truly examine supply chain costs. As a result, they are depending on vendor partnerships to help them implement … Read More