4 edition of Final Report on Assessment Instruments for a Prospective Payment System found in the catalog.
Final Report on Assessment Instruments for a Prospective Payment System
Joan L. Buchanan
June 25, 2003
by RAND Corporation
Written in English
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Final report on assessment instruments for prospective payment system () 4 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. The Affordable Care Act directed Medicare to update its home health prospective payment system to reflect more recent data on costs and use of services—an exercise known as rebasing.
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32 Finally, we adjusted for inflation over time in the price of hospital inputs, using the prospective payment system’s inpatient market basket from CMS. 33 We measured costs in US by: 9. Post-acute care (PAC) refers to care received after an acute hospitalization, which is typically provided in skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs), home health (HH) care, and/or outpatient (OP) rehabilitation care.