By: Neha Thomas  Mar. 26, 2020
Dexur analysts studied Medicare Claims data for the period between October 2016 and September 2019 and released the list of top-ranking home health agencies in the U.S. Their analysis revealed that Ohio Living Home Health Greater Toledo ranked tenth in the state of Ohio, based on case volume associated with heart failure. During the period mentioned above, the agency witnessed 202 episodes corresponding to heart failure and shock, recording a total of 991 visits for the same, between October 2018 and September 2019 alone. This stands to show the facility’s expertise in handling patients diagnosed with heart failure. For the same period, the agency also fared well in terms of total episodes associated with other conditions, including COPD, Renal Failure, and Septicemia.
Ohio Living Home Health and Hospice in Toledo is a subsidiary of Ohio Living. They offer affordable and comprehensive services to more than 67,000 patients (adults) across Ohio, annually, in addition to managing two adult day centers. Their approach towards health care is more holistic as they intend to ensure the spiritual, mental, and physical well-being of all their clients. Their home health wing offers an array of services such as skilled nursing, home health aides, social work services, medicine administration, IV therapy, and injections, wound care management, and rehabilitation therapies, including physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Home health care is especially essential for the management of chronic conditions, in case of changes in cognition, and post hospitalization/rehabilitation. Ohio Living’s healthcare team is available throughout the day on all seven days of the week. According to Dexur’s research, for the period between Q4 2016 and Q3 2019, Ohio Living Home Health and Hospice emerged as one of the top-ranking home health agencies in Ohio, based on the case volume associated with other conditions as well, such as COPD, renal failure, and pulmonary embolism.
Data on Ohio Living Home Health Greater Toledo and the top five referring hospitals of the agency, for the period between Oct 2016 to Sep 2019, with respect to metrics like: