News & Updates

4th Quarter of 2020 claims in HealthPivots DataLab

Claims based tools for Hospice, Home Health, Hospital, Physicians and Skilled Nursing Facilities, as well as other applicable tools, have been updated to include quarterly CMS claims data through December 2020. While tools now include four quarters of 2020 data, the 2020 data will be refreshed once again when annual 2020 claims data becomes available.

Webinar for Washington State Hospice & Palliative Care Organization and Oregon State Hospice & Palliative Care Organization members

Jay Cushman will be providing an interactive webinar for WSHPCO and OSHPCO members on November 17, 2020 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. PST Driven by Data: Understand How to Meet Your Community’s Needs will explore using data to determine how well hospice needs are being met in a variety of service areas, and how to interpret and act upon information … Read more

New inpatient hospice units allow patients improved access to a continuum of services during COVID-19

Hospitals and hospices use HealthPivots’ vetted planning model to determine how to partner to provide better care for hospital patients during the time of COVID-19, and sustainably into the future.   PORTLAND, ORE. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 05, 2020 The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has created turmoil in the hospital and post-acute environment. HealthPivots’ recent whitepaper describes an increase in demand for hospice … Read more

HealthPivots’ report compares COVID-19 patients’ post-acute discharge disposition with circulatory and respiratory patients

COVID-19 patients utilize higher levels of skilled nursing and hospice services following their hospital stay.   PORTLAND, ORE. (PRWEB) JULY 8, 2020 HealthPivots has published a publicly available white paper, Comparison of COVID-19 Dispositions to Circulatory and Respiratory Diagnostic Cohorts, exploring differences in disposition following hospitalization of COVID-19 patients compared to patients from circulatory and respiratory diagnostic groups. The paper … Read more

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