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Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM)

The Quality Transformation Has Begun. Go Confidently.

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Change can be intimidating. We’ve simplified it for you with these resources designed to take you through a three-step process to help face the new quality-driven world of PDGM with confidence.

The Three Steps to PDGM Confidence


Understand the breadth and depth of the model. Identify key changes and how they are likely to impact your organization.


Evaluate your organizational requirements and consider possible solutions.


Make the necessary changes to your people, processes, and technology.

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PDGM: Managing the Change with Confidence

Join us on our year-long journey and manage PDGM with confidence.

PDGM Calculator

Discover How Your Organization Will Perform Under PDGM

This tool aggregates CMS’ Agency-Level Impact information for calendar year 2019. You can search for your agency by CCN or by State and City. These projections are estimated values based on CMS’ 2019 payment rates and are designed to help providers quantify the potential impact of PDGM.

Here are some resources to help you get started on preparing for the new transition.

Soaring to Success

This eBook contains components of a successful “PDGM Pre-Flight Checklist” to help organizations begin to prepare for the upcoming changes. We’ll look at the core pillars that need completing.

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The Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) uses 30-day periods as a basis for payment. Each 30-day period can be categorized into one of 432 case-mix groups. 30-day periods are placed into different subgroups.

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