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CMS in 2020: New and existing rules that affect hospitals and health systems

February 26, 2020 In The News 10 min read
Authors:
Chris Walski
How will hospital facilities be affected by new CMS policies in 2020? Chris Walski shares his thoughts via Lancaster Pollard.
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For healthcare organizations, adapting to regulatory changes is crucial in the journey to thrive, improve, and grow. Reimbursement and payor structures are largely influenced by policies and rules put in place by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS). Most recently, organizations were affected by the transition to the new Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM).

Plante Moran Principal Chris Walski explores some recent and underutilized CMS programs, how these programs could affect organizations, and how proposed rule changes could affect hospitals beyond 2020.

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