The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued a number of waivers of various requirements for healthcare providers.
COVID-19 training and prevention resources at your fingertips. You will find these resources important for compliance and infection prevention.
Landmark estimates about 20 percent of chronically ill patients currently experience a gap in the care they are receiving, which can be addressed through medical care, support and education provided in the home.
Market readiness is the theme for this year’s outlook. The talk of transformation has traction. Too many disruptors are in the healthcare market pushing out traditional models of care. Until you see the information gathered in one document, it may seem transformation is still a while away. Our study of trends and market signals indicate otherwise.
New Discharge Planning Conditions of Participation require hospitals to assist patients, their families/caregivers in selecting a post-acute care provider.
Located in the Bronx and Hudson Valley, New York, Montefiore Health System (MHS) serves one of the poorest and most disproportionately disease-burdened counties in the nation with nearly 80% of the payer mix from Medicare and Medicaid.
Multidisciplinary teams across the care continuum work each day to determine the best ways to identify the highest risk patients.
The ACO Medicare-Medicaid Model is focused on improving quality of care, improved care coordination, and reducing costs for Medicare-Medicaid enrollees.
A study by Dartmouth Institute For Policy and Clinical Practice finds coordinated care for patients with complex needs a big winner for ACOs.
MedPAC has had recent discussions on current discharge planning procedures, resulting in possible changes in the ways patients are discharged.
The OIG posted Advisory Opinion No. 10-03 on March 6, 2019, which permits hospitals to provide free, in-home follow up care to discharged patients.