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 […]

What Hospitals Want: How SNFs Can Break into New Payment Partnerships

Skilled nursing facility operators frequently hear about how forging hospital partnerships is essential to their success under new payment models, but the intricacies of those interactions can often be difficult to navigate. Speaking at the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) spring conference in San Diego last week, the leader of one […]