Jackleen Samuel, CEO of Resilient Healthcare, shares insights as a speaker at Home Care Innovation + Investment Conference

Jacklyn Samuel and her family.

Resilient’s rise to prominence is not surprising given its growth in Texas and the Southwest in general.

I was honored to be invited to speak at this prestigious conference. It really reflects how far resilient healthcare has come in that we are nationally recognized for the work we do”

— Jackleen Samuel, President and CEO of Resilient Healthcare

PLANO, TEXAS, USA, July 14, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jackleen Samuel, CEO of Resilient Healthcare, a Plano-based healthcare organization serving more than a dozen hospitals in the Dallas area- Fort Worth and Thousands of Patients, recently shared its expertise in delivering high-acuity care to critically ill patients at home with attendees of the Home Care Innovation + Investment conference in Chicago.

Samuel presented with three other panelists on June 21 on “SNF at Home: Finding the Path (and Payment) to Higher Acuity Rehab.”
The topic was described as follows: “First it was orthopaedics, now payers run more complex care homes. We will discuss the first models; possibility of reimbursement (including Choose Home); the profile of a provider capable of more acute rehabilitation; and SNF at Home’s growth prospects.

“I was honored to be invited to speak at this prestigious conference,” said Samuel. “It really reflects how far Resilient Healthcare has come in being nationally recognized for the work we do.”

Resilient’s rise to prominence is not surprising given its growth in Texas and the Southwest in general.

In fact, the company recently partnered with MidCoast Health System (MHS) to launch its Rural Healthcare Initiative, which will bring state-of-the-art home care to rural Texas communities.

The development was featured in McKnight’s Long-Term Care News.

At the heart of this partnership was Resilient taking a leadership role with Medicare to gain approval to reimburse MHS for technology-enabled care delivered with Resilient in the patient’s home.

“This is a monumental opportunity for Resilient, our partner hospitals, and the residents of Texas and beyond who will be the beneficiaries of these services,” Samuel said at the time.

MHS was attracted to Resilient because of its extensive experience with other providers in delivering hospital-level medical care in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex as well as its focus on advanced technology.

McKinsey & Company recently released a report that suggests companies like Resilient, which leverage technology and face-to-face care to deliver hospital care in patients’ homes, are uniquely positioned for future trends in the healthcare industry. health.

The McKinsey report, titled “From Facility to Home: How Health Care Could Change by 2025,” projects that “up to $265 billion in care services for pay-as-you-go recipients Medicare and Medicare Advantage could move to the home by 2025,” or 25% of the total value of these services.

Resilient “anticipated this trend”, according to its founder and CEO, Jackleen Samuel

“These findings come as no surprise to us,” Samuel said. “We anticipated this trend, which in turn fueled our partnerships with companies like United Healthcare, HCA, MCS, and others.”

The report details how the pandemic has catalyzed “home care”, how patients can benefit from the model, what factors could affect adoption, and how payers and other stakeholders could accelerate potential growth.

“One of the things that stood out to me most about the report was its conclusion that everyone wins with this developing trend in home care,” Samuel said. “As McKinsey noted, Care at Home” could create value for payers, healthcare facilities and physician groups, home care providers, technology companies and investors. More importantly, it improves the quality of care and patient experience.

She added that the report’s assertion that the opportunity to expand home care services is with Medicare FFS and MA beneficiaries has served as an impetus “for our growth with multiple hospital partners across Texas.” .

Additionally, “McKinsey highlighted establishing “partnerships with other providers or technology companies that can provide home care or enabling services (e.g., remote monitoring, care management, social supports, or assisted living)”, a factor which we believe will continue to intensify in the near future.

About Resilient Healthcare

Resilient Healthcare has become the leader in acute home care. Its [email protected]™ program is the first of its kind, in which critically ill patients have access to a range of hospital-grade healthcare services from the comfort of their own homes, both virtually and in person. Resilient Healthcare began as a vision for a better healthcare delivery system in 2018. Its technology was launched in 2020 with the overarching goal of developing software to convert homes into clinical spaces, efficiently coordinate care, and optimize health risk stratification.

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