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Comment Letter | Medicare Payment and Reimbursement

HFMA Comments on FY2020 IPPS Proposed Rule

Comment Letter | Medicare Payment and Reimbursement

HFMA Comments on FY2020 IPPS Proposed Rule

HFMA submitted comments to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on the FY2020 IPPS proposed rule, published in the April 24, 2019, Federal Register.

The comments addressed the concerns of HFMA’s members regarding:

  • Proposed FY2020 MS-DRG Documentation and Coding Adjustment
  • Proposed Changes to Specific MS-DRG Classifications
  • Proposed Changes to Add-On Payments for New Services and Technologies for FY2020
  • Proposed Payment Adjustment for Medicare Disproportionate Share Hospitals (DSH) for FY2020

Download the PDF comment letter here.

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