Posts tagged "Post-Acute Care"

LGBT Elders Deserve Welcoming Service Providers

This year, National Coming Out Day was held on October eleventh, and I cannot help but think of the irony that day brings for thousands of LGBT older adults who require long term services and supports (LTSS). As recently reported in the Washington Post (here), identifying LGBT friendly LTSS providers is ridiculously (and unnecessarily) difficult.... Read more »

Measuring Post-Acute Care in LTCHs, IRFs, SNFs and HHAs

Huh? What’s up with all the acronyms? Great question and truthfully besides taking up less space in the blog’s headline, the acronyms listed are settings for post-acute care (i.e. post-hospital care) and (not surprisingly) each has its own quality and outcome measurements as well as reimbursement systems. (Check the blog’s glossary for more information about... Read more »
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