Posts in category "Post-Acute Care"

Lawyers Peer Into Elder Care's Crystal Ball - Part Two

Continuing from Monday’s post, below are a few final comments from the presenters at the 2014 AHLA, Long Term Care and the Law Conference: Medicare may begin to use bundled payment. Managed Medicaid and Medicare Advantage plans (MA) will be more aggressive with using post-acute care as a cost containment tool. Providers who can achieve quality will... Read more »

Lawyers Peer Into Elder Care's Crystal Ball - Part One

Traveling to Las Vegas, in search of a few days respite from this tiresome winter weather, recently brought me to the 2014 AHLA, Long Term Care and the Law Conference. The theme of this year’s conference should have been, “tremendous change is coming and some have a good idea what it will look like, but how... Read more »

Medicare Commission Raises Questions about Care Coordination

Before I comment on the latest MedPAC report…. Thursday’s big news from the Supreme Court continues to elicit commentary from health care, legal and political analysts. For what it’s worth, I found Justice Robert’s opinion to be in perfect harmony with what I learned in law school: if the Supreme Court can find a way... Read more »
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Measuring Post-Acute Care in LTCHs, IRFs, SNFs and HHAs

Huh? What’s up with all the acronyms? Great question and truthfully besides taking up less space in the blog’s headline, the acronyms listed are settings for post-acute care (i.e. post-hospital care) and (not surprisingly) each has its own quality and outcome measurements as well as reimbursement systems. (Check the blog’s glossary for more information about... Read more »
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