Ensuring Timely Hospital Discharge and Access to Appropriate Services & Supports for Individuals with Complex Needs – A Policy Roadmap

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03/03/2023
AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

This one-pager explores and quantifies the complex needs of Medicare beneficiaries discharged from the hospital to skilled nursing facilities and identifies federal and state opportunities to enable improvements in timely hospital discharge and access to appropriate services and supports for individuals with complex needs.

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