Cost of care refers to the actual healthcare costs involved in the delivery of healthcare services. These may include costs of procedures, treatment, therapies, medications, etc. The total cost of care defines what it costs an entity to care for its members. It may be the cost associated with a population and their specific conditions. The cost of care analysis can be used to measure efficiency.
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The rate of patients treated at home continues to rise, so much so that CMS expects home care expenditures to reach $201 billion by 2028 - a 73 percent increase from 2020. Remote patient monitoring claims grew thirteenfold from 2019 to 2022, reflecting utilization across specialties from internal medicine to pain management. As all signs point to continued advancement of care at home, leaders must evaluate how and in what contexts to offer these services, and the key outcomes they can influence with this type of care delivery. Join this live webinar to learn how remote care programs contribute to better health outcomes and improve patients' access to care, as well as lower costs.
You'll hear more about:
Objectives new programs should focus on to make an early impact
The importance of in-home services coordination
The latest developments in devices and software to support care in the home
What to look for when partnering to implement a care-at-home program
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