National Law Review July 2, 2021
Christopher J. Donovan

At the annual Home Care 100 Conference this past week, I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of top executives in the home health, hospice, palliative, and integrated primary care business models discuss leading trends in this space. Our panel consisting of Kris Novak, VP of M and A at Amedysis, Chris Hendrickson, an MD at Zeigler, and Mike Johnson, Practice President at Bayada. Each overviewed the macro and micro drivers for an expected acceleration of joint venture activity.

Four macro trends emerged:

1. Outpatient Focus – Especially within well-integrated acute care systems, focus on outpatient care has been a priority. Much of the focus centers on better outcomes at lower cost and the evolution of value-based care reimbursement and delivery models....

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Topics: Conferences / Trade shows, Insurance, Medicare Advantage, Mergers & Acquisitions / JV, Payment Models, Post-Acute Care, Provider, Trends, Value Based
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