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How do you improve care and reduce costs when reimbursement rates aren't keeping up with inflation? At the core of reform plans is a preventive care model designed to contain costs while improving access and quality — and it’s among the most challenging aspects to implement. This model calls for coordination of care across a continuum of providers, including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, CCRCs, ICF-IID facilities, and hospice and home care agencies.

How are you managing today's major changes? Our reimbursement experts work with providers across the entire care continuum and are uniquely positioned to help you not only prosper in the current value-based environment but also develop strategies for a sustainable and successful future. Consider our team as an extension of yours, bringing strategic insight and operational agility when and where you need it.

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Our Team

Our reimbursement team has been analyzing cost reports since Medicare began — today, conducting over 1,000 analyses annually. You can depend on us to uncover new insights and opportunities to optimize your Medicaid and Medicare reimbursements and to help you better understand changes related to managed care pricing and costing.

As a trusted advisor, we do more than provide accurate reports delivered on time. You will appreciate how our reimbursement specialists analyze your cost reports, compare them to benchmarks when appropriate, and deliver actionable items to improve your operations and finances.