Innovative Health collaborates with select partners to transform traditional, ineffective care delivery models and create perfectly-aligned, appropriate care solutions.
Network Development with ACOs and other At-Risk Providers
Because of their high involvement with Medicare beneficiaries and their critical role within the care continuum, post-acute care providers are ideal partners for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and other at-risk entities that seek to achieve the triple aim of improved quality, decreased costs and better patient satisfaction.
Working in partnership with ACOs, primary care physician’s offices, insurance companies or other bundled payment/at-risk providers, Innovative Health develops post acute centers to help improve quality, decrease cost and enhance patient satisfaction for members who are recovering from serious illness or conditions. Partnering with these at-risk companies provides a primary referral source for existing developments and drives other new post-acute opportunities.
Hospital Systems and Medical Campus Continuum
There is a growing need for health systems to respond to the changing marketplace and strategically re-position obsolete assets or create alternative, higher levels of post acute care that are:
- perfectly aligned with the acute care partners’ goals
- well-positioned for the future of ACOs, bundled payments and other healthcare delivery innovations and
- able to offer a better experience for patients who are recovering from serious illness or conditions.
Bridging the gap between hospital and home requires specialized care, state-of-the-art technology and an environment that promotes efficiency and effectiveness. Through acquisition, development or re-positioning, Innovative Health partners with acute care providers to create state-of-the-art transitional care centers in the heart of medical campuses that cater exclusively to the acute care provider’s patients who are rehabilitating from serious illnesses and conditions.
“Many nursing homes were constructed during the 1960s under Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society programs. Often those homes are closed because they are old or, with their long hallways and large, multi-resident rooms, don’t fit what current residents want.”
-Robert Kramer, National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care Hospital/Medical Campus Continuum
Innovative Health partners with a preferred third-party manager to take over the management of an aging state- or county-owned facility for a period of time. During this time Innovative Health will develop a replacement facility, and potentially a second location, to accommodate current need, expand care options and provide an exit strategy for the municipality that no longer wants to be in the business of healthcare.