Not All Post-Acute Care Settings are Created Equal - Advantages of Inpatient Rehab for COVID-19 and Beyond

Ensuring patients receive the right level of care at the right time in their care journey is especially critical in today’s environment. Post-acute care has played an essential role during the pandemic and will continue to be a part of the solution as more patients recover. However, it is important to note that not all post-acute care settings are created equal.

A hospital’s ability to seamlessly adapt to the changing environment enables their inpatient rehabilitation programs to offer a variety of resources and programs that help deliver quality care, reduce readmissions and improve overall facility operations.

In this guide readers will learn about:

  • the key differences between the levels of post-acute care
  • the unique benefits of inpatient rehabilitation in treating COVID-19 patients
  • the opportunity to optimize your rehab program or start a new program

Strong coordination between an acute episode and the next level of care is more important than ever because of the unique and positive role rehabilitation units play in treating medically complex patients, and specifically treating patients recovering from COVID-19.

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