Does your CCRC really have continuing care?

By now, you know all about the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Triple Aim: improving the patient experience, improving the population health, and reducing the per capita cost of healthcare. Achieving the Triple Aim is a big goal and a big opportunity. While trying to achieve this goal, providers must look internally to see how they’re doing in their quest to provide quality care while lowering cost and achieving great outcomes.

The Advantage of CCRCs

The providers that lead the pack are and will continue to be rewarded by a growing value-based purchasing environment. Continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) should have an advantage. After all, they have the post-acute continuum all on a single campus, with a shared mission and vision. But that on its own is not enough to truly achieve the triple aim.

Providers that Lead the Pack

Some CCRCs are world-class athletes in this race, moving ahead quickly to demonstrate better care, lower cost and better clinical outcomes. Others may not know where to begin and are lagging behind with siloed services. Many CCRCs fall somewhere in the middle and are too busy to figure it out alone.

WellConnected by Aegis Therapies was developed as a way to support CCRC partners in achieving the triple aim and helping our partners figure it out. This program includes a community assessment to let you know where you stand. You’ll get detailed information about your opportunities and strategies to achieve your goals.

Contact us today to learn more about how WellConnected can help your business achieve the Triple Aim.

Check out some of our other blog posts to learn more:

Speaking the Same Language: Standardized Communication in CCRCs

Continuing Care Communities: The Importance of Transitional Care

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