The Rising Closures Among Post-Acute Care #infographic

The Rising Closures Among Post-Acute Care #infographic

Specifically regarding the past two decades, American nursing homes have been facing rising closures. From 1999 to 2019, 10 per cent of rural nursing homes were forced to close or merge with other facilities, and half of the post-acute hospital facilities were closed from 1999 to 2008. Excessive waste, overspending, and unsuitable Medicaid reimbursements are due to the recent failure of nursing homes, and Group Purchasing's former remedy now seems to be inapplicable.

More than half of Americans at some point in their lives will need the support of long-term care, and more than 1 in 7 will need that assistance for more than five years. How can we slow down the closing of US nursing homes?

This begins with understanding the nature of post-acute care. Costs are rising, but facilities are being shut down. However, by 2026 the long-term care sector will hit a valuation of $737 billion. Continue reading below to complete your comprehension of the post-acute American System.

The Rising Closures Among Post-Acute Care #infographic

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