Home Health Care News July 19, 2021
Joyce Famakinwa

Compassus has long solidified its spot in the increasingly crowded hospice field.

But as the company continues to move forward, it’s positioning itself as an all-around post-acute care provider, with the core of its model being home-based care.

“Historically, we’ve been primarily a hospice company, but I think what we’ve learned in hospice care is easily transferable to home health care,” Jim Deal, CEO of Compassus, told Home Health Care News. “We know and believe that post-acute care is, unfortunately, not very well coordinated.”

With this in mind, Deal believes Compassus’ value as a company is its array of services. Running multiple business lines allows the company to be adaptable when it comes to delivering care, an important advantage as...

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