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How Home-Based Care Providers Take on Risk to Avoid Risk

  • Aug 25, 2022
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 1-min Read

In Home Health Care News, reporter Andrew Donlan shares how ‘taking risk has been a hot topic on the home health and home care conference circuits for some time now. That will heat up more moving forward.’ He sat down with Lifespark CEO Joel Theisen and Lifespark Advisory Group Member Paul Mastrapa to talk about what Lifespark is doing to drive global risk efforts forward, including into new markets, and why.

As Joel points out, there is an incredible opportunity for global risk right now. “Payment reform allows, for the first time, for some of these home- and community-based players to actually arc into the space in a different way. For us, the way to have the purest model and to deliver population health is integrated, holistic, complete senior health through global risk, because you’re truly aligning with the fact that you want to keep people well versus keeping people sick.

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