The CACEP Project
The clinically appropriate use of home health care in the Medicare program can result in improved quality of care, reduced health care spending and greater efficiency. Research demonstrates that home health care is a key solution that our health care delivery system can use to cut costs and improve patient care.
Clinically Appropriate and Cost Effective Placement (CACEP) Project
The CACEP Project, commissioned by the Alliance and conducted by the research firm Dobson DaVanzo & Associates, examines how the Medicare home health benefit currently serves Medicare beneficiaries and the Medicare program, and how Medicare's use of home health can better meet beneficiary needs and improve the quality and efficiency of care provided within the U.S. health care system.
Study Summary: CACEP Graphic Highlights
Study Summary: Reducing Hospital Admissions
Study Summary: Reducing Avoidable Readmissions
Webinar Presentation Slides
Final Paper Appendices