Free Home Health Line Tool
The key to getting into referral sites weekly is targeting high-value patient types and creating weekly sales
education messages for your representatives.
by: CMS
CMS has provided the attached guidance and decision tree for clinicians using the 6-level rating scale to reflect the patient’s functional abilities based on the type and amount of assistance provided by a helper.
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Here is the April 2021 OASAS Q&A from CMS, addressing questions on which providers are allowed to certify the patient's needs and eligibility, logging patient height and UTI, and further explanation on responding to GG questions in the OASIS.
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Here is the January 2021 OASAS Q&A from CMS, addressing provider questions on coding for pressure ulcers, assessing the ability to dress, requirements for medication reconciliation, and considerations on answering GG items.
This is an example of a home health referral checklist that agencies can provide to physicians to educate them on PDGM and what is required of home health agencies.
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Claims with secondary diagnoses within interacting categories will qualify for a high comorbidity adjustment.
Industry experts recommend actions to take ahead of PDGM’s implementation on or after January 1, 2020.
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CMS released the April 2019 quarterly OASIS Q&As on April 15, 2019.
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The information below shows the thresholds for patients’ functional levels based on the 12 clinical groups within the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM).
There’s no doubt that the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) has the potential to dramatically impact your agency’s bottom line. It will be vital for agencies to understand how the new model works in order to ensure success under PDGM. We’ve created this FREE infographic highlighting the facts and figures every agency should know before the new model takes effect.


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