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The U.S. healthcare system is not yet prepared for the influx of aging Baby Boomers and their medical, behavioral, functional and social needs. Embedded inefficiencies exist. Facility-centric care predominates. However, a glimmer of change driven by patient-centric payment reform has begun to emerge. 

In this report, we provide a perspective on the rapidly aging US population, the evolution of payment reform and the implications of all the changes to the post-acute care sector.

Post-Acute Care: Disruption (and Opportunities) Lurking Beneath the Surface