The Rising Closures Among Post-Acute Care #infographic

The Rising Closures Among Post-Acute Care #infographic

American nursing homes have faced growing closures particularly with regard to the past two decades. 10 per cent of rural nursing homes were forced to close or merge with other facilities between 1999 and 2019, and half of the post-acute hospital facilities were closed between 1999 and 2008. Excessive waste, overspending, and inadequate Medicaid reimbursements are attributable to the recent failure of nursing homes, and the previous solution for Community Buying now seems to be inapplicable.

More than half of Americans will need long-term care help at some point in their life, and over one in seven will need that assistance for more than five years. Why do we slow down U.S. nursing homes closing?

This starts by recognizing the post-acute care process. Costs are growing but machinery is being shut down. The long-term care market, however, would reach a value of $737 billion by 2026. Read on to complete your interpretation of the post-acute American system below.

The Rising Closures Among Post-Acute Care #infographic

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