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2020 Industry Trend Report

By Carter Bakkum | February 2, 2021

Data-Driven Insights into Post-Acute Care and Medicare Beneficiaries

Our annual Industry Trend Report is here! With data-driven insights into how post-acute care and Medicare beneficiaries have changed quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year, this report gives you a more in-depth understanding of what’s going on nationally and in your market. The insights in this report were derived from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ data through Q2 2020 and build on the trends explored in our 2019 Industry Trend Report.

Each new year brings circumstances that affect healthcare as a whole. In the 2020 edition of our annual report, we explore the ways in which the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted – and forever changed – our industry.

Complete the form to access the 2020 Industry Trend Report and gain new insights on:

  • Post-acute care discharge and adherence patterns
  • The initial effects of COVID-19 on patient and referral behavior
  • The balance of Medicare Advantage and Medicare fee-for-service enrollments

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About the Author:

Carter Bakkum

Carter Bakkum, Senior Data Analyst, Healthcare Insights

Carter is a senior data analyst who works to turn complex, messy data into actionable intelligence. Carter studied economics and statistics at the University of Virginia before joining an economic consulting firm, where he supported expert testifying economic witnesses on behalf of fortune 500 healthcare companies. After the significant changes in the importance of data analytics during the pandemic, Carter joined the Trella team to dive deeper into the numbers to uncover the stories that drive our experience.