Healthcare Reform Cuts Disproportionately Target the Home Care Industry

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If the health reform bill currently before Congress gets passed, the home health industry is at risk for detrimental cuts in Medicare reimbursements amounting to as much as $55 billion over the next 10 years. Yet, according to our data analysis, these proposed cuts are based on home heath industry profitability rates that are overinflated.

Click here to learn more about our findings, as well as the primary factors that drive revenue and have the greatest impact on profitability rates of both hospital-based and freestanding home care agencies.

If the health reform bill currently before Congress gets passed, the home health industry is at risk for detrimental cuts in Medicare reimbursements amounting to as much as $55 billion over the next 10 years. Yet, according to industry data analysis conducted by Healthcare Market Resources, these proposed cuts are based on home heath industry profitability rates that are overinflated. Click here to read the rest of the story.

See the Healthcare Market Resources’ table entitled Comparative: Free-Standing vs. Hospital-Based Home Health Agencies for the data and key factors affecting the profitability of hospital-based home care agencies.


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Comparative: Free-Standing vs. Hospital-Based Home Health Agencies
Free Standing VS Hospital Based Home Health Chart
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