Note from the speaker: Consolidated billing requirements under PDPM
By Stefanie Corbett, DHA
The Revenue Integrity Symposium (RIS) brings together some of the industry’s leading experts to train on the most relevant, hot-button issues in long-term care (LTC). It also helps establish a sense of community between providers, fostering opportunities for networking and relationship-building. This year’s symposium will be held October 15–16 in Orlando.
All the session topics look interesting and there are great speakers on the agenda. To me, they are all must-attend sessions! I want to attend as many as possible as I enjoy learning with and from other experts, as well as providers, in the industry.
On day one, I will present the session “PDPM Implications for Senior Management,” which will help providers operationalize Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) requirements by evaluating key processes and implementing best practices.
On day two, I present the session “Consolidated Billing: Impacts on Reimbursement Under PDPM.” With so much focus on the new payment model and discussions about key revenue-drivers, providers must also be aware that high costs of care are often associated with clinically complex residents. I will discuss ways to implement strategies to effectively project expenses during the preadmissions process.
When I am not learning and networking at RIS, I am looking forward to enjoying the Florida sun. I hope to carve out time to enjoy Universal Studios while in Orlando.
I hope you’ll join me at RIS.
Editor’s Note: Corbett is HCPro’s post-acute regulatory specialist, as well as a health policy educator, consultant, researcher, and author. She is also an AMBR Advisory Board member.
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