CMS recently dropped their 2019 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) final rule, which focuses on simplifying requirements, reducing regulatory reporting costs and emphasizing patient-centered care.
So, what exactly does CMS have up their sleeve for next year? Take a look at the slideshow below to learn about the major changes that were finalized in the 2019 IPPS final rule.
(Use the arrows on the side of the slide to navigate between slides.)
Stay tuned for next week’s post, where we’ll review the 2019 requirements for the Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) program. Keep in mind that Medisolv’s clinical experts are dedicated to guiding hospitals through these quality reporting changes, each year, and ensuring that they achieve a successful submission.
If you want to start improving your quality reporting process, feel free to send us a note. We'd love to hear from you and chat about how about we can help with all your quality reporting needs.
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
1 p.m. ET | 12 p.m. CT | 10 a.m. PT
QUALITY REPORTING: 2018 AND BEYOND, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH NAHQ
Tying payments to performance across quality and cost dimensions requires robust measurement and reporting. Hospitals and providers, however, are demanding relief from regulatory burdens including quality reporting. What gives?
In response to both internal needs and external pressures, CMS continues to propose dramatic changes in its Quality Reporting programs. While this session will primarily focus on these hospital and ambulatory changes for quality reporting in 2018, future reporting trends and lessons applicable across the continuum of care will also be discussed. In addition, we’ll share some strategies that will help you to better manage multiple measure types for the major regulatory reporting programs.
- Review 2018 reporting requirements and discuss future trends in quality reporting.
- Gain insight into what quality reporting is likely to look like beyond 2018.
- Learn strategies to help you stay on top of the complex and changing reporting requirements year after year.
Dr. Zahid Butt, MD, FACG
Medisolv, President & Chief Executive Officer