Posted Saturday, June 26, 2021

Hospice providers have found it nearly impossible to access their facility-based clients during the pandemic.  The restrictions to access have hit hospice providers hard financially and it has also impacted patient’s ability to get the care they desire.  Thankfully, as facilities are slowing opening back up, the outlook for the second half of 2021 for hospice providers is looking up.

“Many hospice leaders believe that states’ relaxation of COVID-19 shelter-in-place restrictions would positively impact their businesses. Last year more than half of hospice providers responding to a Hospice News survey indicated that they believed their organizations would benefit from states’ reopening, compared to 30% of respondents who stated it would have a negative impact.“

Click here for the full article

About Corridor

For over 30 years, Corridor has partnered with home-based care providers, delivering powerful solutions to support the unique challenges of caring for patients in the home. Our team of operating executives, clinicians, and nationally renowned industry experts have run provider organizations and resolved the same challenges you face.

Focusing on key operational, regulatory and financial challenges, Corridor delivers solutions and deep expertise in codingclinical documentationcompliancebilling and education.

To receive the most important industry updates, insights and news impacting home health and hospice, please make sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter