It is not uncommon for patient transition instructions to be poorly written, unclear, hard to understand, and hastily pulled together at the last minute.
What strategies should a provider adopt in order to be on the "A" list as a preferred provider of short-stay and transitional care services in today's ever-changing and challenging marketplace? And are you on the "A" list of preferred providers in your community?
It seems the Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston ought to be getting a lot more attention from its peers. The center has successfully implemented a multi-pronged approach to lower rehospitalizations.
Providers get a week to digest options for MDS 3.0 and RUG-IV transitions discussed during a conference call with federal regulators before attending another call in the series. The next call will be from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (Eastern Time) on Wednesday.