PDGM is coming and it will affect you. Medicare Agencies could face up to 50% decrease in 1st quarter 2020 cash flow!
There may be time to influence the plan, but only if you TAKE ACTION! Contact your members of Congress and ask them to support S433/HR2573!
Learn now how to prepare for this change. There is a wealth of PDGM resources available online, MHCA highly recommends the series offered by NAHC:
The Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) will drastically impact the way all home health agencies operate starting in 2020. We’ve partnered with the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) to provide you with the tools you need to navigate this major change.
NAHC is offering 9 webinars for $199. These webinars are on a variety of topics related to PDGM and are covered by national speakers, learn from some of the best!
Please visit https://www.nahc.org/pdgm-states/ today to get started.
The 2019 Fall Conference will include a Federal Policy Update and multiple sessions on day 2 that will all touch on PDGM and the impact it will have on your agency. This conference is highly recommended for information on policy changes impacting PDGM, the Final Rule, and how technology can help bring the best value to your clients and agency.
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ICD-10 Coding with J'non Griffin
PDGM is on the way January 1, 2020. In this interactive class, we will discuss coding changes that were effective October 1, 2019, and how ICD-10 coding looks under PDGM. The PDGM model overview will be discussed, and how coding plays a key role in the overall reimbursement for the agency. Learn how to protect your agency from coding mistakes and revenue loss.
- Discuss the PDGM payment model.
- Identify and list noteworthy or changed codes, conventions and guidelines for 2020.
- Demonstrate and practice common home care scenarios.
- Discuss and practice how slight variations in coding will make a difference.
November 12-13, 2019
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