An unprecedented pandemic has challenged providers in almost every conceivable way. Operational costs rose, occupancy levels dropped and staffing shortages became the new normal. Faced with these and other challenges, providers have responded by becoming resourceful and innovative as never before. But the sector’s work is far from complete.

Mark Parkinson, President and CEO of The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) AHCA/NCAL, will discuss new strategies that can help long-term and post-acute care professionals drive the industry forward as well as the sentiments behind them:

The strategies include:

1.     The need to explore vendor partners and local presence  

2.     Implementing a transitional care management program    

3.     Deepening relationships with ACOs

4.     Investing in specialty care services (Dialysis, ventilators, etc.)

5.     Launching an ancillary business (Home health, pharmacy, etc.)

6.     Institutional Special Needs Plan (I-SNP)

In this episode, we’ll hear from Mark Parkinson firsthand on growth opportunities and strategies your organization can embrace. These insights will help providers not just survive, but thrive in the years ahead.