2021 Proposed Rule changes to OPPS and ASC Payment System
Prepare your organization now for the proposed CY21 changes to the ambulatory surgery center (ASC) payment system and the hospital outpatient payment system (OPPS) CY21. Find out what changes are proposed for implementation on January 1, 2021, for ASCs and hospital leaders will not want to keep a close watch on ASC and OPPS developments as more services migrate from one setting to another.
Topics include proposed 2021 changes to:
- APC groupings
- OPPS changes to drugs, biological, and radiopharmaceuticals
- OPPS for packaging
- Inpatient Only List
- Hospital outpatient and ASC quality requirements
- Additional changes to other policy areas
Original Live Webinar Date: 9/10/20
Healthcare Evolution: Revenue Protection in an Era of Uncertainty
Payment uncertainty in the U.S. healthcare system has become an exhaustive burden for all stakeholders - and further amplified by COVID-19. Healthcare costs and inconsistent volumes demand a holistic, long-term strategy for financial viability. At the same time, legislative reform and regulatory attempts to address shortfalls in quality, cost, and outcome have stalled, perpetuating inefficiencies and burdensome rules that add expenses instead of removing them. This session will offer effective strategies to help healthcare providers protect them earned revenue and empower frictionless, postive patient experiences.
Compliance in the New World
This session will offer a review of new legal and compliance issues in the pandemic, as well as explore other issues of major legal importance that deserve focus.
2021 Inpatient Prospective Payment Systems (IPPS) proposed regulations
This webinar reviews the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed inpatient prospective payment systems (IPPS) regulations. The final rule contains updates and changes affecting operations and capital-related costs for healthcare provider organizations and implements provisions contained in the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Protecting Access to Medicare Act, and other legislation. These proposed changes take effect October, 1, 2020.
Original Live Webinar Date (6/10/20)