Extended Care: Utilization Q3 (Q3 2015 – Q3 2016)

  • ID: 3940074
  • Report
  • Region: United States
  • 65 Pages
  • Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA)
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Average Bed Size of the 202 Responding Facilities was 111

Defining Market Conditions in a Single Acuity-Weighted Number:

- The goal is to provide a quick snapshot to show whether extended care market is expanding, contracting, or remaining flat.

- Survey respondents are asked to describe if admissions, occupancy and acuity are up, down or flat from last quarter. Responses are translated into scores: +100 if up (expansion), 0 if flat, and -100 if down (contraction).

- Scores for each measures are weighted by the XX% of influence they have on medical supply spending. At this time, XX% of influence is determined using a short survey fielded to prior extended care survey respondents.

Executive Summary:

- The Extended Care Acuity-Weighted Utilization Index reveals moderate expansion in Q3 2016.

- The Index is down 1.4 points from Q2 2016.

- The decline is driven largely by negligible growth in acuity.

- All regions experienced index decreases with the exception of Northcentral which increased by 19.5 due to reported growth in occupancy, and admissions.

- Medium sized facilities (100-149 beds) showed index decreases.

- Measured trends continue along expected paths with Q3 showing index decreases due to negligible acuity growth.  Index values are expected to increase in Q4.

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1. Executive Summary

2. Scorecard

3. Index Data

4. Demographics

5. National Breakdown

6. Regional Breakdown
- Northeast
- Southeast
- Northcentral
- Southcentral
- Northwest
- Southwest

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