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Further decreases in Fee-For-Service (FFS) home health admissions highlight the continued movement of Medicare enrollment towards Medicare Advantage. Home health agencies should pursue and leverage MA contracts to grow FFS and MA referrals from referral partners.
Increases in the Medicare-eligible population, in addition to fewer than half of all Medicare mortalities receiving any hospice care before death, represent significant opportunities for hospice agency expansion. Hospices should invest in their businesses to ensure they have the capacity to take advantage of growing demand.
Inpatient discharge instructions remain below pre-pandemic levels, indicating the need for skilled nursing facilities to leverage their referral relationships to regain FFS census. With fewer waves of COVID-19 infections – which sustained SNF admissions over the last two years – SNFs should consider reallocating investment in COVID-19 capabilities to other methods of revenue generation.
Part A and B claims from CMS
Medicare lives are represented
of all lives 65+ in the United States
claims analyzed annually
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