What Do You Have to Lose: SNF Pay for Performance Measures
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September 23, 2020
Ohio Health Care Association
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has implemented multiple programs that are all pushing for the same thing; value over volume for Medicare spending. The drive for efficient, effective care has led to these various incentive programs. We are now either reaping the benefits of these incentives, or we are paying the price for not meeting the measures. Along with sequestration adjustments, these programs can add up to at least an 8% reduction in payment! In this presentation, we will take a deeper dive into the Value-Based Purchasing (VBP), Quality Reporting (QRP), and Medicare Spending Per Beneficiary (MSPB) programs to discover how to track your own data and compile your reconsideration requests. Case studies on successful provider reporting will provide the path to not just keeping your money, but obtaining the incentive payment as well.
- Identify 3 strategies for improving the facility hospital readmission rate
- Identify 3 strategies for improving facility QRP measures
- Identify 3 areas for improvement for MSPB measures
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