No Surprises Act
No Surprises Billing Act regulations begin phasing in Jan. 1, 2022, for providers, facilities and air ambulance services. HFMA is providing ongoing resources to help members navigate the new rules. Learn more >
Why Post-Acute Care Settings Matter
This guide from Kindred Hospital Rehabilitation Services breaks down the key differences between the levels of post-acute care, the unique benefits of inpatient rehabilitation in treating COVID-19 patients, and the opportunity to optimize your rehab program or start a new program.
Ask the Expert: 10 Things to Know About Denials
Learn the key factors causing a rise in denials for healthcare providers and proven strategies to help patients receive the medically-appropriate care they need to reach a full recovery in this Q&A from Kindred Healthcare.
Meeting Today's Complex Pulmonary Needs Through LTACH Expertise
This guide from Kindred Hospitals details the increased need for pulmonary care expertise to treat the growing number of medically complex patients experiencing respiratory complications, heightened by the pandemic, and explains the role LTAC hospitals can play in caring for these patients.
The Growing Importance of Advanced Hospital‑Level Infection Control
This guide from Kindred Hospitals presents five standards long-term acute care hospitals maintain to combat infection and protect the most vulnerable patients.
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