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Key Features

Manage Hospital Relationships

  • Develop trusted relationships with discharge planning leaders and hospital executives.

  • Identify opportunities to convert hundreds of previously non-compliant home healthcare patients.

  • Enable hospital partners to improve their performance metrics relative to their peers by increasing home healthcare utilization in key diagnostic categories.

Improve Physician Relationships

  • Analyze your true share of physician referrals, and grow your physician referral network with quality metrics doctors have never seen.

  • Evaluate every following physician's impact on your hospitalization rates.

Assistance for Lower Acuity Patients

  • Persuade facilities to select home healthcare as a better option for lower acuity patients, resulting in lower costs and re-admit rates.

Access Key Metrics

  • Utilize the most recent key quality metrics like speed of care, visits per episode, and hospitalization rate in consumer-targeted marketing materials.

Excel Health is the only vendor to provide access to both Medicare Part A and B claims data, which gives us a level of visibility into both our hospital and physician referral activity that we’ve never had before. We can actually show our network partners which patients were discharged with home health instructions vs. those who were not vs. those who actually landed in home health. The comparative outcomes across all three buckets really helps them see where their processes are falling short and how we can be of great value.

Michael Brents
Divisional Director of Clinical Analytics and Informatics, CHI Health at Home

Key Resources for Home Health

Press Release

Homecare Homebase Selects Excel Health

Leading EHR vendor signs partnership agreement with Excel Health to integrate data into its solutions. Read it Now


Executive Brief: New Insights to Grow your Hospice Business in Today's Value-Based Healthcare Economy

As healthcare reimbursement models continue to evolve toward higher care quality and lower care delivery costs, new opportunities are emerging for the hospice industry. In fact, recent statistics from Excel Health’s Home Health and Hospice Quarterly Trend report shows 4.6% year-over-year growth from Q3 2016 to Q3 2017 in hospice utilization at the national level. Read it Now


Home Health Care As a Vehicle for Reducing Avoidable Hospital Readmissions

With a focus on hospital inpatient discharges, Excel found that, over a four-quarter period between 2016 and 2017, approximately 1.3 Million inpatient discharges were coded for follow-up home healthcare; meaning skilled intermittent nursing and/or therapy at home. A half million of these patients – about 40% - did not receive the follow up care that was anticipated upon discharge. The 60% who did “adhere” to their discharge instructions had measurably lower 30-day readmission rates. Looking at 2017 alone, home health patients that adhered to their discharge instructions were approximately 35% less likely to be readmitted. Read it Now

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