A small nonprofit skilled nursing organization with facilities across Pennsylvania was experiencing poor patient outcomes. Patients too often remained stagnant in their care, unable to return to their homes. Leadership recognized that it needed to help its teams be more efficient in planning discharges.
With Helion’s guidance, the organization identified its challenges with transition-of-care planning, particularly around their therapy units. Helion shared our post-acute care expertise to help the company’s workforce better handle shifts in patient care.
Through this partnership, the organization developed stronger relationships with its facilities and employees, providing the needed support to improve. Helion and the organization also streamlined the company’s documentation process to enhance transitioned care.
The strategies better aligned in-network hospitals, physicians, and employees to deliver the most clinically appropriate care at the right time. The organization used Helion’s performance analytics to inform their decisions and process.
Helion also helped the organization open a new home health facility (HHF), linking it to a hospital system and post-acute care network. That permitted the organization to focus on expanding its coverage area.