Los Robles Homecare Featured by SHP for Success at Winning Contracts

Los Robles Homecare Featured by SHP for Success at Winning Contracts

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“”Providing a more efficient healthcare service offers ACOs and hospitals greater overall business value.”"
Los Robles Homecare Services’ success is driven by its clinical performance as a medical home health provider.

Santa Barbara, CA. Locally owned Strategic Healthcare Partners (SHP) showcased, during a March 12, 2014 webinar, Thousand Oaks based Los Robles Homecare Services for its success winning contracts with ACOs and hospitals despite heavy competition from over 130 home health competitors who service the region.

During the presentation, Barbara Rosenblum, SHP’s CEO, along with Zeb Clayton, SHP’s Client Educator, profiled a number of the reasons Los Robles Homecare Services continues to earn business through contracts with ACOs (Accountable Care Organizations) and hospitals. Los Robles Homecare Services’ success is driven by its clinical performance as a medical home health provider, leading many of its competitors in a number of crucial areas such as low rehospitalization rates, telehealth support, a committed full-time clinical staff, weekend coverage, and community programs, just to name a few.

Arguably, the most significant comparison made between Los Robles Homecare Services and its competition came during the presentation of a slide that drew on rehospitalization rates for both Los Robles Homecare Services as compared with one of their regional competitors. Los Robles Homecare Services’ rehospitalization rates for the given period covered for the study showed 41 rehospitalizations for 595 cases — a rate of 6.89% Their regional competitor showed, for the same period, a rehospitalization rate of 20.69%

“I think it’s pretty clear what everyone is looking for out there,” Ms. Rosenblum said. “Top of the list, there is no question, they [ACOs and hospitals] want to see low readmission rates. That is your ticket to a seat at the table.”

This data, pulled from SHPSolutions clinical reports, is part of the constantly updated data management SHP provides for health agencies across the nation.

Using Data to Build Better Healthcare Relationships:

Joan Plassmeyer, the CEO of Los Robles Homecare Services, is an ardent supporter of using data to help drive relationships and build better business practices. “Providing a more efficient healthcare service offers ACOs and hospitals greater overall business value.” Beyond the integrity of striving to lead the industry through its clinical performance, Los Robles Homecare Services truly stands behind the language of its company’s trademarked slogan: ‘Neighbors Caring for Neighbors.’

For more information regarding the clinical data mining tools used to create these reports, please visit https://www.shpdata.com

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Company Name: Strategic Healthcare Programs
Contact Person: Eric Christopher
Email: erickotitschke@gmail.com
Phone: (805) 777 – 7234
Address:68 Long Court, Suite 2C
City: Thousand Oaks
State: CA
Country: United States
Website: https://www.shpdata.com/

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