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This Month's Survey:

10 Questions on Post-Acute Care Trends
Take the survey. Healthcare is examining new post-acute care (PAC) delivery and reimbursement models that can lead to higher quality and more coordinated, cost-effective care across the continuum. Two models in CMS's Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) initiative include PAC services; and beginning in 2018, skilled nursing facilities will be subject to Medicare readmissions penalties.

Describe your organization's efforts to improve quality and reduce cost of post-acute care by July 24, 2015 and you will receive a free summary of survey results once it is compiled. For the purposes of this survey, post-acute care is defined as care received following a stay in an acute care hospital from one of the following: skilled nursing facility (SNF), home health agency (HHA), inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF), and long-term care hospital (LTCH).

Your responses will remain confidential, and will only be used in the aggregate. One respondent who completes the survey will be randomly selected to receive an Adobe Acrobat PDF version of "Accountable Care Strategies to Improve Hospital-SNF Care Transitions," a 25-page report valued at $69.


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Chart of the Week:
Top Populations Targeted by
Telehealth & Telemedicine Programs

Top Populations Targeted by Telehealth & Telemedicine Programs

This Week's Challenge: Patients with poly-chronic/complex conditions are the top targeted population by telehealth and telemedicine programs, followed closely by those with early chronic conditions and/or at-risk populations, according to the 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Telemedicine. The benchmark report also identified other populations targeted by telehealth and telemedicine initiatives.

Click here to view a printable version of the chart. To get access to dozens of benchmarks and metrics on telehealth and telemedicine, order your copy of 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Telemedicine today online.


Audio Interview

SusanSusan Lehrer, RN, BSN, CDE, associate executive director of NYCHHC’s telehealth office, describes the work environment of care managers in the House Calls program, a blend of telehealth and telephonic case management for patients with diabetes, and comments on case load assignments.

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