Post Acute Care

Seamless Continuity of Care by Monitoring Care Transitions

1 In 5

Medicare beneficiaries experience adverse events during their skilled nursing facility (SNF) stays

1 In 7

nursing home residents with an Adverse Drug Event (ADE) requires hospitalization

of readmitted patients are never seen by a provider between discharge and readmission

18% - 20%

of Medicare patients are readmitted within 30 days of discharge

1 out of 3

medication errors can be harmful to a patient

7 Out of 10

Patients experience a medication error in a hospital, PAC admission or discharge

“The total impact of post-acute services on readmissions, ER visits, outcomes, and overall spending far exceeds the direct cost of post-acute care services”

— Deloitte

PharmD Live® partners with these facilities across the broad post-acute care continuum

PharmD Live supports post acute care organizations through customized telehealth solutions

With the seismic shift to value-based payment models and bundled payment programs, there’s an increased focus on costs and patient outcomes. Post Acute Care facilities need to rethink strategies to drive value and profitability.

“We go beyond comparing medication lists. Our comprehensive medication reconciliation process leverages advanced medication risk management analytics and algorithms to ensure correct, complete and up-to-date medication profiles at all care transition points, minimizing medication errors and adverse drug events in patients.”

— Dr. Cynthia C. Nwaubani, PharmD, BCGP

PharmD Live Empowers Post Acute Care Facilities to Deliver More Value and Opportunities to Health Systems/ACOs and Health Plans Across the Care Continuum

AI-Driven telehealth technology

Patient risk stratification

Systematic and comprehensive medication review at all points of transition in care

24/7 around-the-clock access to clinical pharmacists

Team-based care coordination

Outcome-driven solutions

Benefits of PharmD Live Solutions

Financial outcomes

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2021 FDA-Approved Medications and Treatment Guidelines Update Webinar

Join our medication experts to learn about:
1. The newly approved medications for chronic diseases in 2021
2. Noteworthy changes in the disease treatment guidelines
3. And their impact on your patient population and quality measures

Wednesday November 17 @ 1pm EST
Last Chance to register!