Ryan Macy has first-hand experience with the problems currently plaguing the U.S. in the post-acute care industry. His grandmother passed away from cancer during her stay at a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF).
Following a hospital visit, many elderly patients require follow-up rehabilitative care, or “post-acute” care, which occurs in a separate facility like an SNF. But as a result of the country’s growing elderly population, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for clinicians to spend enough time with patients in these kinds of facilities. Read More