A Framework for Post-Acute Care Recovery and Redesign

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04/24/2020
AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

Normally, post-acute care providers relieve capacity and reduce costs in inpatient hospital settings by serving half of all Medicare patients discharged. The role of these providers during current hospital capacity constraints, is in tremendous flux.

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