There’s a reason the final rule was released on Halloween. Change is scary.
Effective in Jan 1, 2020, the new Patient-Driven Groupings Model is the most significant change to hit the home health industry to date.
PDGM will move Medicare towards a more value-based, outcome- driven payment system that puts the unique care needs of the patient first, while also reducing significantly the of level burden for health care providers.
By reviewing your processes and educating staff, your organization will be prepared to maintain a consistent revenue stream through the transition to the new payment model.
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Discover How Your Organization Will Perform Under PDGM
This calculator aggregates CMS’ Agency-Level Impact information for CY 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.
PDGM Survival Guide
We’ll walk you through the changes being proposed and the steps you can take now to prepare for this transition.
Transitioning to the PDGM
Let’s get back to basics. Learn the most important highlights of the new model.
How Will PDGM Affect You?
From PPS to HHGM to PDGM — sometimes it seems like alphabet soup but have no fear, this webinar will help clear up the confusing jargon!
Sustaining Financial Health Under PDGM
The home health industry now faces its largest and most expansive payment system overhaul to date with new regulations poised to change the key indicators that drive Medicare reimbursement.
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