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[On-Demand Webinar] Making the Shift to the New PDPM and the Role of Technology

By Prime Care Tech Marketing on Thu, Dec 06, 2018 @ 03:20 PM

If you missed our December 5 webinar, resources are now available for download. Join Cheryl Field to learn the latest on the new Patient-Driven Payment Model, including 

  • Determinants and calculation of payment under PDPM
  • Advantages of PDPM
  • How technology can help

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Topics: PDPM, SNF PPS and PDPM, CMS Final Rule PDPM

[Webinar] Making the Shift to the New PDPM and the Role of Technology

By Prime Care Tech Marketing on Mon, Dec 03, 2018 @ 10:01 AM

Effective fiscal year 2020, the new Patient-Driven Payment Model will be based on all-new direct care components, so get a jump start on the new shift during our December 5 webinar. Cheryl Field, Chief Product Officer, will cover key components of PDPM and the how the role of technology can prepare you for success: 

  • The five case-mix adjusted payment components
  • Determinants and calculation of payment under PDPM
  • Advantages of PDPM
  • How technology can help

We'll offer open Q&A after the webinar, so pencil us in for December 5!

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Topics: PDPM, SNF PPS and PDPM, CMS Final Rule PDPM

[Media] - LTC operators could see increases of up to 30% in liability insurance

By Prime Care Tech Marketing on Tue, Nov 27, 2018 @ 09:31 AM

A recent McKnight’s article reported on increases to commercial liability insurance policies for LTC providers – as much as 30 percent.

Experts with Willis Towers Watson made that prediction last week, noting that the eldercare space is difficult for payers. Their data points to the following factors that create emerging risk in senior care:

  • Class-action lawsuits focused on anti-consumer, staffing, marketing and ADA violations could be coming in more states.
  • Expanded litigation beyond urban areas is affecting results in suburban and exurban venues more dramatically.
  • Natural disasters, including wildfires, catastrophic storms and flooding, are drawing underwriter attention to disaster preparedness.
  • Although occupancy challenges have dampened M&A in the sector, significant activity persists and a focus on due diligence, vetting policies and procedures, and mitigating turnover is critical to making sure the combinations will succeed. Underwriters will still focus on pre-acquisition loss history on assets that are in play.

“Here at primeFORCE, our enterprise risk management services are positioned to help LTC operators better evaluate risk across the operational spectrum,” said Joe Stone, EVP, primeFORCE. “Due to our deep experience in the LTC marketplace and our alliance with Willis Towers Watson, we can provide clients and prospective customers with a no-cost risk audit designed to help mitigate these increases in operating insurance costs.”

Read the McKnight’s article.

Read more from Willis Towers Watson on Insurance Marketplace Realities in 2019 for Long-Term Care.

Schedule your insurance audit from primeFORCE Services.

Topics: LTC liability insurance, enterprise risk management, Willis Towers Watson, primeFORCE Insurance Services

[Event] CAHF Annual Convention and Expo - Booth 1004

By Prime Care Tech Marketing on Wed, Nov 07, 2018 @ 10:05 AM

 

We're heading to CAHF Annual Convention and Expo to showcase technologies that will help improve your operational and quality outcomes in 2019. Stop by Booth 1004 to see our advances in revenue cycle managementSNF business intelligence and managed care optimization.

Join Susie Mix, President/CEO of Mix Solutions and our partner in the development of our Managed Care MASTER application, will present Making the Most of Your Managed Care Contracting on Tuesday, November 13, at 10:00 a.m.

Schedule a meal or meeting with us to talk about 2019 game changers!

 

Topics: managed care optimization, SNF business intelligence, managed care contracting, revenue cycle management, automated revenue cycle management system, CAHF Annual Convention and Expo

[Media] - Upcoming HIPAA audits to use harsher investigative tools - McKnight's

By Prime Care Tech Marketing on Mon, Nov 05, 2018 @ 02:51 PM

A recent article in McKnight's outlines additional enforcement measures beyond standard audits conducted by Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights to educate providers.

According to the article, the agency will begin focusing more on enforcement using harsher investigative tools, which may include subpoenas, legal action, corrective plan implementation, forced payback, and even statutory penalties.

"It's a wake-up call for providers to better prepare themselves,” notes Peter Teichert, Vice President, Compliance, Prime Care Technologies. “Our partnership with HIPAA One offers access to industry-leading HIPAA Risk Assessment software, so our customers now have a simpler way to manage all the tasks involved with HIPAA compliance.”

Get more information on HIPAA One’s Risk Assessment.

Topics: HIPAA One, HIPAA compliance, HIPAA enforcement, HIPAA One Risk Assessment

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