LBMC’s Post-Acute Care Consulting Team of experts assist with the coordination of care among ambulatory, acute and post-acute care (PAC) providers from an operational perspective.
Many hospitals are turning to outside organizations to guide them in the development and management of their post-acute care (PAC) strategy.
Do you know the differences between having an open versus closed referral network? This is why an open post-acute network is vital.
In the new world of value-based health care, success for hospitals increasingly depends on partnering with nursing homes and other post-acute-care providers that can play a big role in improving a patient’s overall quality of care.
Hospitals and skilled nursing facilities can work together to improve patient transitions. This article discusses care transition to skilled nursing facilities
Which MIPS measures should your organization report? What do you need to do to prepare for MIPS? This article discusses both answers.
LBMC can assist in the selection and reporting of MIPS measures that: drive most important outcomes for your practice, are well aligned with your clinical workflows and are not burdensome to capture and report via existing resources.