August 1, 2018
The Acute and Post-Acute Care Partnership Evolution

At the 2018 American Hospital Association (AHA) Leadership Summit in San Diego, California, the Health Dimensions Group (HDG) team sat side-by-side with our hospital clients and partners as they addressed the challenges hospitals are facing. Some of these challenges are value-based payment, consumerism, and the drive toward population[…]

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December 13, 2017
Your residents want to age in place – do you have the right strategy to handle their higher acuity needs?

Even though senior living communities can accept residents who are 55 and older, most community residents are in their 80s and beyond, with the younger residents in their 70s. In fact, the average age of an assisted living resident is 87 years old according to the Assisted Living[…]

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Low Occupancy Levels in Senior Living and How to Increase Them

Are you having problems with senior living occupancy levels? There are many aspects to consider when working to increase occupancy and revenue for senior living communities. Several of the areas to assess are operational in nature such as staffing costs, service levels, fees, and upgrades or updates to[…]

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PACE Provides Key Component of Population Health Strategy

Individuals with multiple chronic conditions and advanced illness place a distinct burden on the United States health care system, representing but 5 percent of the population while consuming upwards of 50 percent of the resources. To achieve person-centered outcomes at a competitive cost profile, these individuals require an[…]

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