In today’s operating landscape, providers are ramping up their focus on post-acute care offerings by introducing new offerings and by partnering with organizations that provide a variety of care types. Are you taking an active role in the post-acute evolution?
A strong post-acute care strategy will play the most significant role in the care delivery system in the future. Today’s post-acute environment is not defined solely on the quality of care but also on the quality of our partnerships. Where do you start and how do you deploy a successful strategy for your community?
Three significant trends driving the future of post-acute care for senior living:
- Changing payment structures and systems
- Enhancing senior living services and partnerships
- Managing care transitions
There are several opportunities for all senior living providers to take immediate steps to align themselves with care partners and payment structures. “If you have not started to position yourself with managed care providers, you need to start right away,” advises Blake Gillman, vice president/director of post-acute care services for Life Care Services.
Read more about our five point post-acute care strategy or ask us in person at an upcoming conference. Looking ahead, on March 26, we’ll be presenting at the Joint Annual Conference of LeadingAge Georgia/South Carolina; March 31-April 3, we’ll be attending and presenting at the Association of Jewish Aging Services Annual Conference; and, on April 3, we’ll be presenting two sessions at LeadingAge Illinois Annual Meeting & Expo.
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