Rehabilitation at home (RAH) may be a viable post-acute care setting compared to a skilled nursing facility (SNF) for frail adults with complex health conditions, according to a small study with 10 participants. The RAH group, compared to the SNF group, showed decreased likelihood for hospital readmission and greater improvement in activities of daily living (ADL). The median cost of care for those receiving RAH was 9.7% lower compared to those in a SNF. All participants were in their 80s, managing complex medication regimens for their chronic health conditions and were insured. Each of the participants had a . . .
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