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This blog post highlights how skilled nursing facilities are switching over to the new Patient Driven Payment Model — a payment system that removes therapy minutes as the basis for payment and enhances payment accuracy for therapy, nursing, and ancillary services by making reimbursement dependent on a wide range of clinical characteristics.
This webinar featured representatives from Adventist Health’s Project Restoration and the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers who engaged in a discussion focused on partnerships with multiple sectors, including police, emergency medical services, and community-based health and human services organizations.
This blog post features a conversation with Lauran Hardin, Senior Advisor of Partnerships and Technical Assistance at Camden Coalition, who explores the use of asset mapping to build stronger ecosystems of care, address the root causes of repeated hospital utilization, and improve care delivery for individuals with complex health and social needs.
The challenge of managing Medicare patients with multiple health conditions is familiar to most providers. According to recent data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), two-thirds of Medicare patients have two or more chronic conditions. Establishing treatment guidelines for every condition and for every patient is challenging for a multitude of reasons. A recent study estimated that 37 percent of the average family physician’s time is spent on chronic care, with the balance on acute or preventive care. For Medicare patients, it may be even higher.