The give and take continue in inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) constantly working to keep up with changes in reimbursement, quality reporting, documentation requirements, and an aggressive auditing environment. With the recent removal of Functional Independence Measure (FIMTM) elements from the IRF Patient Assessment Instrument (IRF-PAI) document and the transition to payment based on case mix groups (CMGs), that are assigned based on Quality Indicators, IRFs are reporting challenges in changing provider behaviors in documenting to support the required motor score elements.
Moreover, IRFs are preparing for added Quality Indicator data collection along with assessing how the required collection of data is related to social determinants of health (SDoH). And, in addition to current and looming changes, there's the ever-present scrutiny of multiple audit programs requiring response and often appeal of audit decisions.
The good news: This RACmonitor webcast, led by Angela Phillips— considered one of the nation's foremost IRF authorities— is designed to provide you and your team with a crucial update on how organizations are faring under the updated payment tables and preparing for even more changes and scrutiny.
Why This is Relevant:
IRFs struggle routinely to keep up with current requirements, changes and future expectations. This webcast is designed to help IRF providers focus on key elements of regulatory success.
By attending this RACmonitor webcast, led by Angela Phillips, you will…
- Have a better insight into the impact of the transition to payment based primarily on GG scoring requirements;
- Understand the finalized Quality Indicators for the coming year along with other proposed Quality Indicators and time frames for implementation;
- Have a better understanding of how the social determinants of health (SDoH) will impact IRFs; and
- Receive an update on the current audit environment for IRFs including RAC, TPE, and OIG reviews.
Who Should Attend:
CEOs, CFOs, compliance officers, program directors, directors of inpatient rehabilitation, executive directors and program managers within IRF hospitals will benefit most from this essential webcast.