Guy Tommasi, Jr., Executive Director of LIFETIME Care at Home, an affiliate of VNA Community Healthcare and Hospice, had a feature article published in the Jan/Feb issue of The Remington Report.
The article entitled, The Value Proposition of Private Duty: What Stakeholders Across The Care Continuum Should Know, focuses on the value of private duty home care. Specifically, how it improves the Triple Aim, patient engagement, readmissions, and patient outcomes. He explains what stakeholders should know about private duty home care to leverage its value.
Tommasi champions the industry in the article and states: “The time is now for post-acute providers to include home care as a supportive partner in helping reduce rehospitalization. Those providers that can present a system of care that addresses the concerns of CMS – improved care, patient and caregiver satisfaction, cost effectiveness, will be much more attractive to those organizations establishing payer networks. Home care’s value to the healthcare delivery system should be leveraged as a ‘value’ resource.”
LIFETIME Care at Home started in 1999 with a clear focus: to be a top private non-medical in-home care provider for those who need a trusted resource beside them to help get through the daily challenges of living more confidently.
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