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Comment Letter | Bundled Payment

HFMA Comments on CJR Model Three-Year Extension and Changes to Episode Definition and Pricing Proposed Rule

Comment Letter | Bundled Payment

HFMA Comments on CJR Model Three-Year Extension and Changes to Episode Definition and Pricing Proposed Rule

HFMA submitted comments to CMS on the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement Model Three-Year Extension and Changes to Episode Definition and Pricing proposed rule.

These comments related to the:

  • Episode Definition
  • Target Price Calculation
  • Reconciliation Process
  • Composite Quality Score Adjustment
  • COVID-19

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