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The US Post-Acute Care Market: Size, Trends & Forecasts (2017-2021)

Publish Date:Dec 2017
No. of Pages:85

Format : Adobe Reader (PDF) Instant delivery

US$ 950.00

Scope of the Report

The report titled “The US Post-Acute Care Market: Size, Trends & Forecasts (2017-2021)” deliveres an analysis of the US post-acute care market with comprehensive analysis of market sizing and growth. The analysis includes market size in terms of spending, volume and market share by segments.

The report also provides an in-depth segment analysis of the US post-acute care. Detailed description of market in terms of spending, number of users, number of providers and market share by payors has been provided in the report.

Furthermore, the report also assesses the key opportunities available in the market and outlines the factors that are and will be driving the growth of the industry. Growth of the US post-acute care market has also been forecasted for the period 2017-2021, taking into consideration the previous growth patterns, the growth drivers and the current and future trends.

The competition in the US post-acute care market is highly fragmented but majority of market share is dominated by few major players such as Kindred Healthcare, Inc., Amedisys Inc., LHC Group Inc., Genesis Healthcare Inc., and HealthSouth Corporation whose company profiling has been done in the report, which include their business overview, financial overview and respective business strategies.

Company Coverage

Kindred Healthcare, Inc.
Amedisys Inc.
Genesis Healthcare Inc.
HealthSouth Corporation

Executive Summary

Post-acute care is a range of services that complement the care delivered by an acute care hospital after an illness or injury. Patients who require post-acute services are those who are no longer in critical situation but still need quality care and services. Such patients are usually discharged to post-acute care setting such as home health and hospice centers, skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) and long-term acute-care hospitals (LTACs). Most modern hospitals and health care systems include a number of services or programs that fall into the category of post-acute care. The primary aim of post-acute care services is to recover patients from illness and return him to daily activities that the patient participated in before illness or injury.

In the US, large numbers of patients are covered under Medicaid and Medicare insurance health programs. Nearly 40% of beneficiaries who are covered under Medicare program have discharged from an acute care hospital to post-acute care settings such as skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) or home health. These settings provide important rehabilitation services but there are certain criteria to guide decision about where beneficiaries should be treated and how much care they should receive.

The US post-acute care market, has shown fluctuating trends over the past few years but projections are made that the market would gain momentum over the forecasted period i.e. 2017 to 2021. The market is expected to grow on the back of aging population, rising healthcare expenditure, increasing prevalence of multiple chronic conditions, rising Medicare spending on post-acute care, technological advancements, mergers and acquisitions in the industry. Yet the growth of the market is obstructed by factors such as lack of interoperability, declining reimbursement and introduction of value-based payment.

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction

2.1 Overview of Post-Acute Care
2.1.1 Post-Acute Care Segments

3. Market Analysis

3.1 The US Post-Acute Care Market Analysis
3.1.1 The US Post-Acute Care Market Outlook
3.1.2 The US Post-Acute Care Market by Spending
3.1.3 The US Post-Acute Care Market by Number of Providers
3.1.4 The US Post-Acute Care Market by Segments

3.2 The US Home Health PAC Segment Analysis
3.2.1 The US Home Health PAC Market by Spending
3.2.2 The US Home Health PAC Market by Number of Users
3.2.3 The US Home Health PAC Market by Number of Providers
3.2.4 The US Home Health PAC Market by Payors

3.3 The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Segment Analysis
3.3.1 The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Spending
3.3.2 The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Users
3.3.3 The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Number of Providers
3.3.4 The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Payors

3.4 The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Segment Analysis
3.4.1 The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Spending
3.4.2 The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Users
3.4.3 The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Number of Providers
3.4.4 The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Payors

3.5 The US Long-Term Acute Care (PAC) Segment Analysis
3.5.1 The US Long-Term Acute Care (PAC) Market by Spending
3.5.2 The US Long-Term Acute Care (PAC) Market by Number of Providers
3.5.3 The US Long-Term Acute Care (PAC) Market by Payors

4. Market Dynamics

4.1 Growth Drivers
4.1.1 Aging Population
4.1.2 Increasing Prevalence of Multiple Chronic Conditions 
4.1.3 Rising Healthcare Expenditure
4.1.4 Development of Disability
4.1.5 Rising Medicare Spending on Post-Acute-Care

4.2 Challenges
4.2.1 Lack of Interoperability
4.2.2 Declining Reimbursement and Shift to Value-based Payments
4.2.3 Problems with Current PAC Reimbursement

4.3 Market Trends
4.3.1 Mergers and Acquisitions
4.3.2 Growth of Medicare and Medicaid Replacement Programs
4.3.3 Technological Advancements

5. Competitive Landscape

5.1 The US Post-Acute Care Market Players by Revenue
5.2 The US Home Health PAC Market by Players
5.3 The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Players
5.4 The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Players
5.5 The US Long-Term Acute Care PAC Market by Players

6. Company Profiles

6.1 Kindred Healthcare, Inc.
6.1.1 Business Overview
6.1.2 Financial Overview
6.1.3 Business Strategy

6.2 Amedisys, Inc.
6.2.1 Business Overview
6.2.2 Financial Overview
6.2.3 Business Strategy

6.3 LHC Group, Inc.
6.3.1 Business Overview
6.3.2 Financial Overview
6.3.3 Business Strategy

6.4 Genesis Healthcare, Inc.
6.4.1 Business Overview
6.4.2 Financial Overview
6.4.3 Business Strategy

6.5 HealthSouth Corporation 
6.5.1 Business Overview
6.5.2 Financial Overview
6.5.3 Business Strategy
Figure 1: Post-Acute Care Segments
Figure 2: The US Post-Acute Care Market by Spending; 2012-2016 (US$ Billion)
Figure 3: The US Post-Acute Care Market by Spending; 2017-2021E (US$ Billion)
Figure 4: The US Post-Acute Care Market by Number of Providers; 2007-2015
Figure 5: The US Post-Acute Care Market by Segments; 2016
Figure 6: The US Home Health PAC Market by Spending; 2010-2016 (US$ Billion)
Figure 7: The US Home Health PAC Market by Spending; 2017-2021E (US$ Billion)
Figure 8: The US Home Health PAC Market by Number of Users; 2010-2016 (Million)
Figure 9: The US Home Health PAC Market by Number of Users; 2017-2021E (Million)
Figure 10: The US Home Health PAC Market by Number of Providers; 2007-2015
Figure 11: The US Home Health PAC Market by Payors; 2015
Figure 12: The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Spending; 2010-2016 (US$ Billion)
Figure 13: The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Spending; 2017-2021E (US$ Billion)
Figure 14: The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Users; 2010-2016 (Thousand)
Figure 15: The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Users; 2017-2021E (Thousand)
Figure 16: The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Number of Providers; 2007-2015
Figure 17: The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Payors; 2015
Figure 18: The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Spending; 2010-2016 (US$ Billion)
Figure 19: The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Spending; 2017-2021E (US$ Billion)
Figure 20: The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Users; 2010-2016 (Million)
Figure 21: The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Users; 2017-2021E (Million)
Figure 22: The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Number of Providers; 2007-2015
Figure 23: The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Payors; 2015
Figure 24: The US Long-Term Acute Care (PAC) Market by Spending; 2010-2016 (US$ Billion)
Figure 25: The US Long-Term Acute Care (PAC) Market by Spending; 2017-2021E (US$ Billion)
Figure 26: The US Long-Term Acute Care (PAC) Market by Number of Providers; 2007-2015
Figure 27: The US Long-Term Acute Care (PAC) Market by Payors; 2015
Figure 28: Share of Old Age Population (65 years and Older) in the Total US Population; 1990-2020 (%)
Figure 29: Percentage of US Adults with Chronic Conditions, by Number of Chronic Conditions; 2014
Figure 30: The US Healthcare Expenditure; 1990-2020 (%)
Figure 31: The US Home Health PAC Market by Players; 2015
Figure 32: The US Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (PAC) Market by Players; 2015
Figure 33: The US Skilled Nursing Facilities (PAC) Market by Players; 2015
Figure 34: The US Long-Term Acute Care PAC Market by Players; 2015
Figure 35: Kindred Healthcare, Inc. Revenue; 2012-2016 (US$ Billion)
Figure 36: Kindred Healthcare, Inc. Revenue by Segments; 2016
Figure 37: Amedisys, Inc. Revenue; 2012-2016 (US$ Billion)
Figure 38: Amedisys, Inc. Revenue by Segments; 2016
Figure 39: LHC Group, Inc. Revenue; 2012-2016 (US$ Million)
Figure 40: LHC Group, Inc. Revenue by Segments; 2016
Figure 41: Genesis Healthcare, Inc. Revenue; 2012-2016 (US$ Billion)
Figure 42: Genesis Healthcare, Inc. Revenue by Segments; 2016
Figure 43: HealthSouth Corporation Revenue; 2012-2016 (US$ Billion)
Figure 44: HealthSouth Corporation Revenue by Segments; 2016
Table 1: The US Post-Acute Care Market Outlook
Table 2: The US Post-Acute Care Market Players by Revenue; 2016 (US$ Billion)