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Fig. 3 | BMC Health Services Research

Fig. 3

From: Post-acute care use patterns among Hospital Service Areas by older adults in the United States: a cross-sectional study

Fig. 3

Hospital Service Area combinations by traveling status for stroke rehabilitation. The first and second “traveler” bars represent the facility combinations in the HSAs where the patient received care and where the patient lived, respectively. The “non-traveler” bar represents the facility combination availability for patients who received care in the HSA in which they live. For those who travel, the majority live in IRF-SNF HSAs (second bar, orange section) and travel to SNF-only HSAs to receive care (first bar, pink section). HSA Hospital Service Area, Care HSA HSA in which patient received care, Living HSA HSA in which patient resided, IRF inpatient rehabilitation facility, LTCH long-term care hospital, SNF skilled nursing facility

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