Study Shows I-SNP in Skilled Nursing Nets Better Outcomes at Lower Costs [Sponsored]

In an era of increasingly coordinated care, skilled nursing providers are vying to find their place in the care continuum and demonstrate their value in the post-acute care landscape. Yet for providers utilizing one particular care model under a Medicare Advantage Institutional Special Needs Plan (I-SNP), that proof recently became clear through the results of […]

How One Skilled Nursing Provider is Revolutionizing Short-Term Rehab [Sponsored]

Within a competitive landscape for skilled nursing rehab, many providers are seeking ways to differentiate themselves for their patients and their referral partners. One New York-based provider is doing just that and is recording success with its new model. Centers Health Care, based in the Bronx, N.Y., has launched a new program, coined “GO,” across […]

[White Paper] Therapy and the New PDPM

Beginning in just a few short months, both skilled nursing facilities and their therapy partners need to adapt to the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) under Medicare. This landmark shift will change the way SNFs and therapy providers do business. In essence, providers will be challenged to more closely link their therapy services to patients’ individual […]