Preparing for the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) Reliant's Guide to PDPM Success
The Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) will take effect in Oct. 2019, and Reliant's proprietary clinical assessment tools and proven clinical pathways can be your key to success to navigate the significant changes for how a SNF is reimbursed for services. Let us help prepare your team now for the new protocols that you will need to optimize your reimbursement rates, develop patient-centered clinical treatment plans and help withstand the medical review process.
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Transitioning to PDPM
Along with physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists, dietitians and other professionals, therapists have key roles as evaluators under PDPM. This team of professional evaluators is responsible for identifying conditions, diagnoses and services that contribute to case-mix and optimal reimbursement under PDPM. You should have confidence that your patients receive evidence-based rehabilitation services that include comprehensive evaluations, are compliant with state and federal guidelines, predictable in volume and quality and result in patient-driven outcomes.
Conducting thorough patient evaluations, maintaining strong therapist recruitment and retention, proven care guidelines and clinical pathways along with compliance and medical review support are the four keys to success for transitioning to PDPM. Ask Reliant how our proven Model 10 patient-centered clinical program can provide the foundation you need for PDPM success.