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Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM): effective preparation requires education

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) will implement the PDPM reimbursement system for fee for service Medicare beneficiaries on October 1, 2019. 

Your skilled nursing facility may experience changes in the manner in which you address the delivery of care and services for your skilled residents. The PDPM reimbursement system will now require skilled nursing providers to recognize multiple reimbursement sources that will each be included as a component of the system. Everything you and your team do will impact the PDPM reimbursement for skilled nursing facility residents, and your success with effective implementation depends on knowledge and preparation.

This webinar is designed to provide general and overarching information related to the PDPM reimbursement system for Medicare beneficiaries in the skilled nursing facility. We will also provide guidance related to the education and preparatory needs prior to the implementation of PDPM.   

Key learning objectives

  • Implementation challenges for skilled nursing facility providers
  • Review of PDPM components
  • Identify differences between PPS and PDPM

For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly specialists can help, contact our team.

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