Posted Friday, July 22, 2022
Palliative care providers are trying to be more efficient in a time where costs are increasing.
Payers, Medicare included, like to see a reduction in the costs of care. Improving efficiency allows providers themselves to receive a stronger return on investment considering the lack of a robust payment model for interdisciplinary, community-based palliative care.
“As we’re looking to value-based care, ultimately, everyone is tasked with providing improved outcomes and in doing so at a reduced price point,” Igal Ladabaum, co-founder and CEO of Hospi Corp told Hospice News. “If you’re able to truncate the number of nursing hours it takes to manage a complex symptom management visit, then the agency saves money; the patient is comfortable, and quality improves.”
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