Crisis Care Percent Served - Multi-Pedia

Crisis Care % Served

Enter the percent of patient-days for Crisis Care patients served compared with all homecare patient-days.

Continuous Care (Crisis Care Program)

One of the current trends for the savvy Hospice is to really provide Continuous Care. The fact is, most Hospices don't, due to the staffing involved and the pitfalls of meeting the criteria in order to get paid. However, many Hospices are taking a new view on the subject and consider it an opportunity rather than something that is not practical to provide. Some Hospices have as much as 20% of their total patient days as Continuous Care. Do not think that this is some abuse of the Medicare Benefit. It has always been there and patients need it. That's why it was included when the Medicare Benefit was crafted. This part of Hospice is not going to go away. In the future, most Hospices will have a Continuous Care program just to remain competitive.


ADC Average Length of Stay Benefits Percent Caseload Expectations Computed Caseloads Crisis Care Percent Served Days Cash on Hand Days in AP Days in AR Debt to Equity Development to Return Ratio Development Signature Programs Direct Labor % of All Labor Direct Labor NPR Direct Labor PD Direct Patient Related Expenses NPR Direct Patient Related Expenses PD Facility Mix Percentage Facility Related Facility Team Patient Days Percent Indirect Costs PD Indirect Labor Marketing Incentive Median Length of Stay Mileage Rate Net Operational Income NPR% Net Operational Income PPD Net Revenue PD Operational Costs Organizational Net Income % of Hospice Homecare Net Revenue Revenue to Payroll Dollar Segment Indirect Percent Net Revenue Segment Net Income The Role of Financial Reserves Total Indirect Volunteer Level of Activity What is Net Patient Revenue What is The Model