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Executive outlook: Skilled nursing providers must “adapt or die” in 2020

January 3, 2020 In The News 9 min read
Denise Leonard
What challenges and opportunities lie ahead for skilled nursing providers? Denise Gadomski shares her thoughts via Skilled Nursing News.
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Skilled nursing providers faced a multitude of changes in 2019, and experts believe operators must continue to adapt in 2020. Skilled Nursing News gathered insights from a variety of skilled nursing leaders on the trends that will shape the post-acute and long-term care space in the year ahead.

Plante Moran Partner Denise Gadomski weighs in on the impact of change for post-acute providers, particularly in the area of reimbursement. In addition to adjusting to the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM), organizations will feel the effects of several other changes, including the new Medicaid Fiscal Accountability program and the Institutional Special Needs Plan.

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