Skilled Nursing Facilities
The NICaS non-invasive hemodynamic system enables the decision maker (treating physician, NP, RN) to manage each patient with the help of a personal and comprehensive hemodynamic profile (information otherwise only available in high level hospital care) and continuously balance the patient via drug titration.
Balancing the patient via drug titration will yield a substantial reduction in the patient readmission rates and thus significantly reduces revenue loss and deterioration of the star rating. Moreover, NICaS unique cloud-based central management platform, designed specifically for the SNF operational needs, enables the medical team to review/manage the NICaS hemodynamic data from one location, using a single provider.
SNF In Numbers:
24.9% – The average readmission rate to a SNF.
36% of skilled nursing facilities saw a drop in their star rating in 2019.
$400k – Is the average amount that SNFs lose per year due to HF readmissions
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