Provider Resources

We Are a Partner that Can Improve Outcomes for Post-acute Care Patients While Reducing Visits and Readmissions


According to several national studies, more than one in five Medicare patients discharged from a hospital receive post-acute care. We work as an extension of your internal healthcare team in order to reduce readmissions and ER visits, while fostering positive outcomes and improved quality of life.

When you partner with us, you get access to our expertise, scale, and collaboration. We are committed to improving the healthcare system for our partners and patients in skilled nursing facilities. We use real-time data to guide improvement and quality initiatives that focus on care transitions.

If you need a referral process that is convenient and streamlined, contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our admissions onboarding staff can help you with bed availability, benefit verification, and pre-certification. Use the following provider resources for additional guidance.

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Cardiac & Pulmonary


Stroke & Neurological


IV Therapy


Wound Care


Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy

Specialized Care Team


Short-term Care


Indoor Air Quality


Long-term Care


Helpful Links for Clinicians Hospice provides care to people who are very ill and may be nearing the end of their lives. The staff at Cardinal Hospice Care are highly skilled and compassionate, and they will work with you to provide care that is tailored to your individual needs. This includes medical care, support for psychological and spiritual needs, and help with bereavement after a loved one has passed away—Hospice helps. Medicaid Done Right wants to help residents and their families apply for Medicaid benefits. We use our experience and technology to make it easier for patients and families to focus on their well-being.  The National Council on Aging is a non-profit that helps older Americans get access to services, resources, and initiatives that improve their lives.

Center for Medicare & Medicaid Nursing Home Resource Center

State Medicaid in geo-regions we serve:

NC Medicaid AHCA/NCAL represents the long term care community to the nation. We work with government, business leaders, and the public to improve quality in long term care facilities. The Alzheimer’s Association was founded in 1980 by a group of family caregivers and people who recognized the need for a place where caregivers could come together and find support. This national resource also provides information about local chapters. The American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA) is a large group of people who are fighting PD. This disease affects about one million people in the United States. The APDA helps these people to have the best life possible, even though they have a chronic neurological disorder. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) is a nonprofit that educates the public about diabetes and helps people affected by it by funding research to manage, cure, and prevent diabetes. The American Heart Association has been around for a long time and is the biggest volunteer organization in the country that helps fight heart disease and stroke. The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based organization that focuses on cancer prevention and helping people who have cancer. Neil Medical Group provides pharmacy services and medical supplies for residents in skilled nursing facilities and their care teams.

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