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This week has been eye-opening. I shifted from policy enthusiast to affected family member.
We have all heard “change is hard.” But I am here to tell you that with some purposeful planning, it doesn’t have to be.
Here’s a line I’d like you to ponder: Leaders who embrace an infinite mindset build stronger, more innovative, more inspiring organizations.
New Year, new reimbursement model … for our home health counterparts, that is. Think the changes will not impact you? Think again.
It’s time to look back at the year, learn from successes, determine areas for continued internal growth, and develop plans for future messaging.
With established cognitive treatment code codes published in the final rule, we are no longer lost!
I continue to believe the occasional concerns, regulatory misunderstandings and questions associated with internal policy seen in the post-acute world are often secondary to a general lack of understanding of the rules.
The new payment system has resulted in some creative MDS-related questions regarding the PDPM areas associated with swallow and diet.
October 1 was a day … I struggle to select the appropriate adjective to describe it appropriately. But it was a very long day.
Can quality outcomes be delivered with fewer therapy minutes now that PDPM is pushing other payment buttons? The question deserves a full airing.
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