Post-Acute Care Solution
There is tremendous opportunity for meaningful impact when hospitals embrace a cohesive hospitalist / post-acute care practice model. Our integrated practice approach and leadership expertise work in tandem to transform the performance of a facility and provide the patient population the best care possible.
HNI deploys a highly present, more engaged clinical model — decreasing the time and utilization of inpatient and post-acute resources. Our physicians are given the tools to proactively check in and orchestrate their care network — getting the patient home healthier in an efficient manner, while mitigating avoidable delays and readmissions.
What to Expect When Partnering With HNI
There is tremendous opportunity for meaningful impact when hospitals embrace a cohesive hospitalist / post-acute care practice model. HNI Healthcare's integrated practice approach and leadership expertise work in tandem to transform the performance of your facility and provide the patient population the best care possible.
One of Our Post-Acute Partners
“HNI as a whole has become a great asset to us across the board, from the management to the hands-on healthcare providers. We are a true healthcare partnership.
In July 2020, HNI appointed Ridgecrest with a Nurse Practitioner (NP). She is in the facility five days a week which creates consistency for our residents and their families. She truly has a heart for every resident, and it shows in the care she provides. The NP also assists in discharge planning which helps us monitor and improve the length of stay for our residents. Not only has she cultivated a patient-provider relationship, but shares our love for our residents.
In addition to the NP, we are also provided with physician support. Both the NP and physician are on call 24/7 to meet the needs of the residents and staff of Ridgecrest. This collaboration reduces hospital readmissions by addressing most issues in-house. It is comforting to provide continuity of care to every person entrusted to our facility, as well as to families and staff.”
Robin Mears, NFA
Ridgecrest Community Care Center