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“Change is always tough, but survival depends on it.”

Kenneth Lund
President & CEO
RadiantPS
CALTCM Conference May 2014

White Papers

White Paper - Dual Eligibles

October 2014

Over 9 million beneficiaries in the U.S. are dually eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid (duals). Underlying care for duals is still uncoordinated and disjointed, resulting in 1.8 times higher healthcare costs compared to non-dual Medicare patients.

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White Paper - Risky Business: How to Survive Post-Acute Care's Next Evolution

October 2014

The post-acute care sector faces a rocky future—and significant opportunities for early change adapters—due to a perfect storm of burgeoning costs, dwindling reimbursements, and a growing demand for measurable quality of care. In two to five years, there will be a major incentive to employ population management because it offers the means to reap a triple win for providers, payors, and patients.

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White Paper - 10 Points for Negotiating Managed Care Contracts

July 2014

Contracts have been our M.O. in California for several years, and they are sweeping markets across the country as ACOs, bundled payment pilots, and capitated Medicaid programs take hold. In this paper, we’ll share 10 points we’ve learned about negotiating contracts.

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White Paper - Transforming Post-Acute Care Across Lifetimes

July 2014

Few can imagine a 50-70% cut in skilled rates, but that’s exactly what unfolded in Southern California as ACOs and MCOs challenged the status quo. What will you do when that happens in your world?

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White Paper - Top 10: Why RadiantPS is the best bet as post-acute markets bear more risk

July 2014

As healthcare reform reshapes post-acute care, the luxury of having time for strategic planning and execution of major change is gone.

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Case Studies

Case Study - Shea Family Cuts Readmissions, ALOS in half, and wins contracts from top referral sources

July 2014

Today Shea Family offers services across the continuum and centralized logistics. Superior quality, clinical outcomes, and financial performance compared to peers have resulted in ACOs and MCOs in the region selecting Shea Family as the provider of choice.

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The Blog

Making A Difference

July 2014

I have a signed and dated poster from the grand opening of the Kennedy Presidential Library in 1979 that reads: “One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.” I look at it, read it, and reflect on its deeper meaning daily.

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Additional Resources

Caring for High-Need, High-Cost Patients: What Makes for a Successful Care Management Program?

August 2014

As coordination rises, cross-continuum spend falls – and in one case, up to 64% on skilled nursing, according to an August 2014 report by The Commonwealth Fund. This study reviews 18 complex care management programs and summarizes best practices to improve quality and drive cost reductions.

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