CarePort Guide

Guide patient decision-making during discharge and increase referrals to top-performing providers

Informed Post-Acute Selection

Discharge planners and patients use CarePort to find post-acute care that meets a patient’s needs and introduces provider quality into the decision making process.  CarePort simplifies post-acute provider selection so that it is as informed and intuitive as booking a hotel.

  • Enables hospitals to share their preferred post-acute provider network in a Medicare-compliant way
  • Encompasses detailed information on every Medicare-certified skilled nursing facility, home health agency, long term acute care hospital, inpatient rehabilitation facility, and hospice agency in the country
  • Engages patients and families with an interactive guide to review post-acute providers with virtual tours and pictures

Changing Regulatory Landscape

As part of Medicare’s IMPACT Act, hospitals will need to meet new discharge planning requirements whereby post-acute provider clinical capabilities and quality measures must be shared with patients – CarePort can help you become compliant in 30 days. Read more about the IMPACT Act here.

Proven to Improve Post-Acute Outcomes

Using CarePort Guide, customers have reported:
Additional benefits of CarePort Guide include:
  • Reduction in discharge delays due to inability to find an available and appropriate post-acute provider
  • Decrease in avoidable days due to patient and family indecision
  • Higher patient satisfaction with the discharge process

Fully Customizable with Multiple Search Criteria

Discharge planners and patients can search, filter, and review providers by:
  • Accepted insurance plans
  • Available clinical services
  • Amenities
  • Quality scores
  • Photos and virtual tours
  • Location and directions
  • Bed availability (optional)

What’s New


Post-Acute Thought Leadership Series


Webinar Recap: Top Post-Acute Trends and Takeaways for 2018

March 05, 2018

Post-acute is front and center in the value-based care movement, as this is where many of the cost reduction, efficiencies, and quality improvement initiatives are taking place. ... Read More