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3 Ways Skilled Nursing is Standardizing to Improve Care

3 Ways Skilled Nursing is Standardizing to Improve Care

While the Patient-Driven Payment Model has reigned supreme in the skilled nursing world over the last year and beyond, the new Medicare reimbursement system is just one facet of an overarching move toward patient-focused care: From value-based purchasing rules to the rise of Medicare Advantage, payers are increasingly pushing providers to ensure that their care leads to positive, measurable outcomes for their residents and patients.

That may seem like a daunting task for operators: After all, how can any given building prepare for every possible patient with every possible set of health issues, especially as the acuity of the average nursing home resident rises?

This white paper will explore the ways that forward-thinking SNFs have developed and executed on standardized care processes, and how those initiatives can improve the resident, family, and employee experience.