Chief Healthcare Executive April 18, 2022
Ron Southwick

In its annual report, Trella Health outlined the opportunities and hurdles ahead for home health, skilled nursing and hospices.

The post-acute care industry has potential for growth in the coming years, but there are some formidable challenges.

Trella Health recently published its 2021 Post-Acute Trend Industry report. Trella Health, based in Atlanta, provides data analysis for home health agencies, skilled nursing facilities and hospice providers.

In 2021, inpatient discharge instructions to post-acute care agencies bounced back to levels before the COVID-19 pandemic, the report said. From the fourth quarter of 2020 to the third quarter of 2021, post-acute care instructions rose to 52.2%, up from 51.1%.

Post-acute care agencies need to understand the market forces to seize opportunities, the report...

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Topics: Post-Acute Care, Provider, Survey / Study, Trends
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