Posted on Thursday, February 4, 2016 10:49 AM
CMS publicized comments based on the draft qualifications for the MSPB-PAC measure on January 13, 2016. The IMPACT Act permits the Secretary to advance resource use measures, including total estimated Medicare spending per beneficiary in the following PAC settings: SNFs, HHAs, LTCHs and IRFs. The IMPACT Act requires that the MSPB-PAC measure supports the hospital MSPB. In addition, the MSPB-PAC measures must be implemented according to the following statutorily mandated timelines: October 1, 2016, for SNF, LTCH, and IRF Quality Reporting Programs (QRPs), and January 1, 2017, for the HHA QRP. For the full article, click here.
Corridor is the nation’s preferred partner and trusted business advisor to home health and hospice providers, providing quality services and impactful results for 30 years. Focusing on key operational, regulatory and financial challenges, Corridor delivering industry-unique solutions and deep expertise in coding, clinical documentation review, compliance, billing and collections , consulting and provider staff education . At Corridor, we make the business of caring for people Better! For the most important industry updates and news that impacts home health and hospice, please make sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter to receive the latest up-to-date industry information direct to your inbox!
For additional information, please contact Corridor at 1-866-263-3795.