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Optimizing the Home Healthcare System

the home OPTIMIZING healthcare system Home Health Care organizations provide a wide range of home-based services to those unable to care for themselves without assistance. presented by ClickSoftware Making Service Click Today's healthcare CEO is told to fill beds Tomorrow's healthcare CEO will be told to empty beds "incentivizes to 'control their destiny' by ensuring the patient gets proper care even after discharge."-Thomas Jeffry, a partner at Arent Foz CENTERS FOR MEDICARE AND MEDICAID SERVICES RULES FOR LOWER READMISSION RATES FOR MEDICARE AND MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENTS "Hospitals are looking to acquire ancillary services such as post-acute care and home health" -Thomas Jeffry, a partner at Arent Fox eHealth: Modernizing the Worldwide Healthcare Industry Mr D. Richards Age 72 ADL Limitation: ALLOWS PATIENTS TO ENGAGE WITH THEIR CARE FROM HOME - Remote consultations - Get reminders about check-ups z Review lab test results z Schedule visits It also allows healthcare providers to effectively Quickly send, receive, and store patient records Make health documents for all patients -from home care techs -to healthcare facility when needed HEALTHCARE SPENDING AS A % OF THE COUNTRY'S GDP 2010 UNITED STATES Total expenditure on health per capita: $8,223 NEW ZEALAND 9.6% Expenditure as % of countries GDP: 17.6% Total expenditure on health per capita: $3,022 UK 11.4% 9.5% Expenditure as % of countries GDP: 10.1% 7.9 % Life expectancy in 71.8 JAPAN CANADA years: ISRAEL Life expectancy in 80.3 years: AUSTRALIA 6.2 % Total expenditure on health per capita: $4,395 MEXICO Expenditure as % of 11.0% countries GDP: 8.0% Life expectancy in years: CHILE 81.5 Percentage of population aged 60+ (70% U.S. AUSTRALIA U.K. 2010 18% 19% 23% of people aged 65+ will need some long-term care in their lifetimes 2030 25% 25% 27% The majority of home health care recipients are in this growing age group 2050 27% 29% 30% Clients receiving home health care U.S. AUSTRALIA U.K. 3,300,000 893,224 517,000 Limitations in activities of daily living: USING THE BATHROOM BATHING DRESSING TRANSFERRING EATING In 2007, 84% of home health care patients had at least one limitation from Activities of Daily Living Among home health care patients with at least one limitation: 48% 21.7% No. of Limitations were receiving no assistance with 4-5 % of people with those Limitations their limitation 50.5% from home health 16.5% care agency staff 11.3% had an Each home healthcare patient average of 4.2 diagnoses Among all-listed diagnoses : HOME-BASED CARE ACCESS IS CURRENTLY BEING JEOPARDIZED BY 8 SHORTAGES 41.1% ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION HEART DISEASE 31.3% 30.6% DIABETES MELLITUS CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY 13.5% 23% increase in home health care employment since 2000 DISEASES AND ALLIED CONDITIONS 10.0% OSTEOARTHRITIS (EXCEPT SPINE) MALIGNANT NEOPLASM 8.6% 7.1% DEMENTIA CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE 7.1% Current State-by-state annual turn- over rates range from 60% - 100% With high turnover, consequences are high when a caregiver does not show up to a scheduled shift: #1 REASON FOR HIGH TURNOVER? "People have to drive long distances to people's homes" -Gale Bohling, director of government relations for the National Private Duty Association BATHING USING THE BATHROOM DRESSING TRANSFERRING EATING FINDING Scheduler must break up previous caregtver's task load and distribute it evenly among other caregivers tn an area: REPLACEMENTS QUALIFIED FOR SPECIFIC TREATMENTS AGREED UPON BY PATIENT AND FAMILY IS HARD WORK WITHIN DRIVING RANGE LEARN MORE AT: presented by ClickSoftware Making Service Click SOURCES DEVELOPED BY N NOWSOURCING

Optimizing the Home Healthcare System

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