Why LTACHs Are Often the Right Choice for Critically Ill Patients

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Establishing the appropriate care delivery path for patients after a stay in the ICU or med-surg unit is key to patient recovery. For critically ill patients, it is especially important to ensure access to the proper intensity of care from the beginning of the recovery journey in order to prevent costly setbacks and readmissions. As such, a careful evaluation of post-acute care (PAC) providers becomes essential for improving outcomes and reducing costs.

In this whitepaper, we outline clinical capabilities that often make long-term acute care hospitals (LTACHs) the ideal treatment and recovery setting for medically complex and critically ill patients, and a cost-effective partner in healthcare networks. Read this whitepaper to learn more about the following:

  • Physicians and clinicians who are trained to treat an increasingly complex population provide daily oversight
  • Pulmonologists and respiratory therapists are experts at treating severe lung conditions and at liberating ventilator-dependent patients
  • Comprehensive rehabilitation services led by LTACH PTs, RTs, OTs, and SLPs are integrated with specialized acute care for a quicker recovery

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