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)

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What’s New


Post-Acute Thought Leadership Series


The Transition to Post-Acute Care: The SNF's Perspective

March 12, 2019

The step down from the hospital to a post-acute care facility is one of the most challenging junctures in the patient journey. We looked at this transition from both the patient’s perspective and the hospital care coordinator’s perspective in a recent blog post and identified lack of information about post-acute providers and the quality of […] Read More