Quality Measures: How to Improve Your Results
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September 16, 2020
Ohio Health Care Association
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has outlined both short term and long term quality measures. Results are becoming increasingly scrutinized and important. Nursing Home Compare freely publishes the results to the public. Additionally, referral sources and payors have become familiar with and pass judgment about a facility based on their quality measures. This expert panel will explain each measure and provide practical solutions to improve your results. The solutions will include how you can use your therapy department to implement processes for success. Attendees will be armed with a list of actionable items to improve their quality measures.
- Understand each short term and long term quality measure.
- Illustrate how an interdisciplinary approach to each measure can improve results.
- Provide practical examples, illustrations, and solutions to improve quality measures.
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