Innovative Health owns and operates post-acute healthcare assets and collaborates with strategic partners to transform traditional care delivery models and manage and mitigate risk to create appropriately aligned solutions that improve overall quality of care.

Transitional Care
The new road to recovery

As payment reform progresses, Innovative Health is at the forefront of developing a new road to recovery that offers higher levels of custom-tailored care for patients who are rehabilitating from serious illnesses and conditions.

Transitional Care focuses exclusively on serving short-term rehab patients in…


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Custodial Care
An Integral Part of the Solution

Healthcare reform also calls for pro-active, integrated care solutions that improve lives, reduce fragmentation and are cost effective.

Custodial care is the ideal hub for this patient-centered, integrated residential care-based model that offers a paradigm shift from sick to well care . . . from fragmented service delivery to coordinated care . . . and from need-driven, conventional, re-active support to pro-active and integrated care management.

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New Opportunities for Innovative Providers Improve Quality Lower Costs Post Acute Providers are Key Big Post-Acute Pay Off Medicare Overhaul Favors ACOs




Inside Innovative Health’s $80 Million Skilled Nursing Construction Push

Despite a general lack of new construction in the skilled nursing space, one owner/operator stands out for building three brand-new skilled nursing facilities in the Chicagoland area.

And when many companies are paring down staff and consolidating, Brad Haber, principal owner and operator at Innovative Health, LLC, is midway through spearheading three SNF construction projects in Mundelein, Lisle, and Aurora for about $80 million in total.


New Winchester House in Mundelein more than halfway done!

The new Winchester House skilled nursing facility being built on Route 45 southeast of Route 83 in Mundelein is more than halfway home, with its opening planned for mid-2020.

When complete, the 185-bed facility on a former driving range will end any remaining Lake County government connection with Winchester House, which opened in 1847 as a poor farm and evolved into a long-term, 24-hour skilled nursing facility.

“We’re almost completely under the roof at this point,” said Brad Haber, a principal with facility developer and owner Innovative Health LLC. “We’re in pretty good shape.”


Construction begins at site of new care facility set to replace Winchester House

Construction crews on Dec. 4 began work on a new $30 million privatized Winchester House in Mundelein, a project expected to take 18 months.

DECEMBER 7, 2018