Hospice conditions of participation crosswalk #hotels #in #venice

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hospice conditions of participation crosswalk

hospice conditions of participation crosswalk

The CMS Compliance Crosswalk, 2015 Edition is published by HCPro, a division
of BLR. . delivery system consisting of 16 hospitals, a statewide home health
and hospice ments outlined by CMS called Conditions of Participation (CoP).

May 21, 2010 Fiscal Year 2015 . Impact of Nursing Shortage on Hospice Care . Crosswalk
Guide to the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network (OPTN) and Critical
Access Hospital Conditions of Participation CMS-3244-F .

4/25/2015. 1. CMS HOSPITAL . The discharge planning CoPs have been
reorganized. A number . Like home health, hospice, RT, rehab, nutritional
consult,.

Mar 27, 2015 Our Form 8-K, dated March 27, 2015 to which the following supplemental slides
are attached as. Exhibit 99.1, provides . Encompass Home Health Hospice
ICD-10-CM cross walk from ICD-9-CM (effective no earlier than. October 1
hospitals, including Medicare hospital conditions of participation.

April 24, 2015. Michele Walton. CMS. Survey Certification Group CMS
transplant CoPs serve as the minimum requirements for providing safe and
appropriate care for . Survey Protocol, Crosswalk, ABO templates . Hospice
Agencies.

Jun 30, 2014 Part 1 of 4: A Detailed Review of the Final CMS FY 2014 IPPS Rule. 1
Conditions. Reduction Previous Rulings for FY 2015 Payment Determination.
CMS . Patients enrolled in Medicare Hospice Program any time in 12 months
. ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks for measure specifications available for.

Fiscal Year 2014 Proposed Rule for Medicare Hospice. Wage Index reductions
scheduled for 2015 and 2016, the entire BNAF will be eliminated. This .
condition is also reiterated. CMS that crosswalk from ICD-9 to ICD-10 codes.
CMS . three quarters of the continuous monthly participation (April 1, 2015
December.

A. Crosswalk of Definitions by Provider Type. . For promoting participation in
the surveys, the authors thank Teresa Johnson Medicare Medicaid Services
on home health agencies, hospices, and nursing homes. . chronic illness; injury
; physical, cognitive, or mental disability; or other health-related conditions (HHS,.

Adoption and Use in Home Health and Hospice. NCHS Data Brief . June 2011
. Medicare Program; Conditions of Participation (CoPs) for Community Mental.

Sep 16, 2014 Number of Medicare Certified Hospices by type between. 1986 and 2012 .
Section J: Health Conditions (Pain and Dyspnea). Section N:

Participation in Medicare Plans. . inpatient hospital, skilled nursing facilities (
SNF), hospice, and home health. Medicare Part B Only those conditions
supported by 2015. Optum will include the ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM crosswalk
in.

Nov 11, 2014 Identify 2015 changes to Medicare delivery and Home Health/Hospice MACs (
HH MACs) . *CMS Crosswalk may be incorrect/suggested correct code (RW) .
(IV) The services are furnished to treat a type of medical condition. . ALJ
Hearings starting October 27, 2014 Participation in cases involving:.

Aug 1, 2014 hospice, social support services, and others based on community needs. 2.
Recognize needed to determine how to meet Medicare Conditions of
Participation or to propose a new Complete crosswalk between military
training and civilian licensure requirements could be sought in the 2015
session.

Dec 14, 2012 Doug Goggin-Callahan, Medicare Rights Center Melissa Seeley, Centers for
Medicare and Medicaid. Katherine Marlay, Office . CY2015. CY2016. (A) MA
penetration for Demonstration population in county. 25% and medical
conditions to predict costs . Dual Eligible Participation in Managed Care.

Oct 23, 2014 would love to have you participate in the planning for the 2015 Annual.
Conference. decisions about the problems confronting hospices.

goers and solicited participation in a brief research . of home health care
provided under Medicare if they had at least research team to develop a
crosswalk of the key . conducted, and whether 2010, 2015, and 2020
conditions, and 14 activities of daily living (range . and by the time the hospice
option is discussed,.

On July 6, 2012, CMS issued the 2013 Medicare physician fee one or more
prevalent chronic conditions or episodes of care for one or more major
procedures. . are receiving payment for home health or hospice care plan
oversight RVU crosswalk. . A new administrative claims reporting option for
the 2015 and 2016

May 5, 2014 Year (CY) 2014 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (RHHIs), Home Health and
Hospices (HHHs), and Durable Medical Equipment Medicare.





New Hospice Conditions of Participation #london #hotels

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Health Regulation Information Bulletins

Health Regulation – Facilities and Professions

Related Sites

Information Bulletin 09-01
Hospice-26

New Hospice Conditions of Participation

Purpose:
The purpose of this bulletin is to provide information on implementation of new Medicare Hospice Conditions of Participation (COPs), related joint training being sponsored by, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), and implementation date by MDH.

CMS Training
Joint training will take place via three (3) CMS sponsored satellite training sessions which are archived at the CMS website.

Information on the CMS satellite training is available at:

CMS will host 4 satellite broadcasts scheduled from 12:00 noon � 1:30 pm Central Standard Time (CST) on Thursday, January 22, 2009; Thursday, February 19, 2009; Friday, March 13, 2009 and Wednesday, April 22, 2009. Broadcasts can be viewed by members of the public by satellite coordinates provided on the CMS website approximately 2 weeks prior to the broadcast.

Archived broadcasts can be accessed at the website by clicking on the �Archived Webcasts� at the top of the CMS link.

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SNF – Hospice Contracts Under the New Hospice Medicare Conditions of Participation

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SNF – Hospice Contracts Under the New Hospice Medicare Conditions of Participation

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Our article in the December 2008 issue of Shorts on Long Term Care, about CMS’s revised hospice Medicare Conditions of Participation (CoPs) and their impact on the existing contracts that nursing homes may have with hospice agencies, generated some questions. Here are some of the questions we’ve heard and the answers:

Q: Do the new CoPs apply only to hospices or also to the SNF, where the SNF has a contract with a hospice agency to provide hospice care to a resident of the facility?
A: This question came from an SNF provider that expressed concern over some of the new language it was seeing in revised contracts sent by the hospice to be executed. The gist of the question was “if we choose not to accept the revised contracts, what happens?” Technically, these new CoPs apply to the hospice, not to the SNF. However, the new CoPs are very specific about issues that must be addressed in any SNFhospice contract (see our December 2008 article for details). So the hospice is required to include these new provisions in all their contracts with SNFs, and those requirements do impose some additional burdens on the nursing home as well as the hospice. For example, both parties must coordinate their care of a hospice SNF resident more closely, with specific documentation of how they plan to do this. There are other areas where the SNF will have to work closely with the hospice to meet the new CoPs. Because the hospice is required to meet the new CoPs, including the contract requirements, if an SNF refuses to enter into a new agreement with a hospice that complies with the new CoPs, that hospice would be within its rights to cancel any existing agreement and discontinue services. In addition, since nursing homes are required under state and federal law to provide care that is appropriate for and needed by a resident, a refusal to treat hospice patients consistent with the new CoPs could be a basis for deficiency citations against the nursing home. So, if they plan to continue offering hospice in the nursing facility, both parties need to find language they can live with that also complies with the new CoPs.

Q: If my nursing home already has a contract with our hospice agency that is not scheduled to expire or be renewed at this time, are we still required to enter into a new agreement with the hospice now, or can we wait until our current contract term ends?
A: Generally, you are not required to execute a new contract with an entity with which you already have an existing, ongoing agreement. However, most contracts contain language stating that if the existing contract is inconsistent with applicable law, the parties agree to negotiate in good faith to revise the contract to remedy any such noncompliance. Given the fairly extensive changes made by the new hospice CoPs to various types of contracts, hospice agencies have a pretty good argument that the contracts they had in place under the old regulations probably are not totally compliant with the revised CoPs. As a result, those agencies will need either to amend those contracts to meet the new CoPs, replace them entirely (which many hospices are opting to do, given the scope of changes required by the new CoPs) or terminate the services they were offering under the old agreement. Continuing to use contracts that are not fully compliant with the CoPs puts hospices at risk for deficiency citations, potential loss of payment and, at least in theory, loss of Medicare certification.

Q: When should my new or amended contract with my hospice agency be in place?
A: Technically, the effective date of the new CoPs was December 2, 2008. So, ideally, those revised contracts should already be executed by both parties and in place. Realistically, we don’t expect state surveyors to be out checking the detailed language of providers’ contracts right away, since the providers are still getting used to the new CoPs themselves. However, we have been told that if a complaint by a patient, family member or staff member leads the survey team to a contract as part of the problem, it’s fair game for the team members to request and review all contracts in detail, if they choose. Also, hospice surveyors are directed to request a list of certain hospice contracts during the survey entrance conference, so they can easily request copies as well, if they choose.

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Hospice conditions of participation crosswalk #hotel #accommodations

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hospice conditions of participation crosswalk

hospice conditions of participation crosswalk

The CMS Compliance Crosswalk, 2015 Edition is published by HCPro, a division
of BLR. . delivery system consisting of 16 hospitals, a statewide home health
and hospice ments outlined by CMS called Conditions of Participation (CoP).

May 21, 2010 Fiscal Year 2015 . Impact of Nursing Shortage on Hospice Care . Crosswalk
Guide to the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network (OPTN) and Critical
Access Hospital Conditions of Participation CMS-3244-F .

4/25/2015. 1. CMS HOSPITAL . The discharge planning CoPs have been
reorganized. A number . Like home health, hospice, RT, rehab, nutritional
consult,.

Mar 27, 2015 Our Form 8-K, dated March 27, 2015 to which the following supplemental slides
are attached as. Exhibit 99.1, provides . Encompass Home Health Hospice
ICD-10-CM cross walk from ICD-9-CM (effective no earlier than. October 1
hospitals, including Medicare hospital conditions of participation.

April 24, 2015. Michele Walton. CMS. Survey Certification Group CMS
transplant CoPs serve as the minimum requirements for providing safe and
appropriate care for . Survey Protocol, Crosswalk, ABO templates . Hospice
Agencies.

Jun 30, 2014 Part 1 of 4: A Detailed Review of the Final CMS FY 2014 IPPS Rule. 1
Conditions. Reduction Previous Rulings for FY 2015 Payment Determination.
CMS . Patients enrolled in Medicare Hospice Program any time in 12 months
. ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks for measure specifications available for.

Fiscal Year 2014 Proposed Rule for Medicare Hospice. Wage Index reductions
scheduled for 2015 and 2016, the entire BNAF will be eliminated. This .
condition is also reiterated. CMS that crosswalk from ICD-9 to ICD-10 codes.
CMS . three quarters of the continuous monthly participation (April 1, 2015
December.

A. Crosswalk of Definitions by Provider Type. . For promoting participation in
the surveys, the authors thank Teresa Johnson Medicare Medicaid Services
on home health agencies, hospices, and nursing homes. . chronic illness; injury
; physical, cognitive, or mental disability; or other health-related conditions (HHS,.

Adoption and Use in Home Health and Hospice. NCHS Data Brief . June 2011
. Medicare Program; Conditions of Participation (CoPs) for Community Mental.

Sep 16, 2014 Number of Medicare Certified Hospices by type between. 1986 and 2012 .
Section J: Health Conditions (Pain and Dyspnea). Section N:

Participation in Medicare Plans. . inpatient hospital, skilled nursing facilities (
SNF), hospice, and home health. Medicare Part B Only those conditions
supported by 2015. Optum will include the ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM crosswalk
in.

Nov 11, 2014 Identify 2015 changes to Medicare delivery and Home Health/Hospice MACs (
HH MACs) . *CMS Crosswalk may be incorrect/suggested correct code (RW) .
(IV) The services are furnished to treat a type of medical condition. . ALJ
Hearings starting October 27, 2014 Participation in cases involving:.

Aug 1, 2014 hospice, social support services, and others based on community needs. 2.
Recognize needed to determine how to meet Medicare Conditions of
Participation or to propose a new Complete crosswalk between military
training and civilian licensure requirements could be sought in the 2015
session.

Dec 14, 2012 Doug Goggin-Callahan, Medicare Rights Center Melissa Seeley, Centers for
Medicare and Medicaid. Katherine Marlay, Office . CY2015. CY2016. (A) MA
penetration for Demonstration population in county. 25% and medical
conditions to predict costs . Dual Eligible Participation in Managed Care.

Oct 23, 2014 would love to have you participate in the planning for the 2015 Annual.
Conference. decisions about the problems confronting hospices.

goers and solicited participation in a brief research . of home health care
provided under Medicare if they had at least research team to develop a
crosswalk of the key . conducted, and whether 2010, 2015, and 2020
conditions, and 14 activities of daily living (range . and by the time the hospice
option is discussed,.

On July 6, 2012, CMS issued the 2013 Medicare physician fee one or more
prevalent chronic conditions or episodes of care for one or more major
procedures. . are receiving payment for home health or hospice care plan
oversight RVU crosswalk. . A new administrative claims reporting option for
the 2015 and 2016

May 5, 2014 Year (CY) 2014 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (RHHIs), Home Health and
Hospices (HHHs), and Durable Medical Equipment Medicare.





PPT – Hospice Conditions of Participation PowerPoint presentation #cheapest #motel

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Hospice Conditions of Participation – PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Transcript and Presenter’s Notes

Title: Hospice Conditions of Participation

1
Hospice Conditions of Participation

  • Presented by
  • Kim Roche, RN, BSN, RNC, CCS-P
  • CMSO/SCG
  • The Centers for Medicare Medicare Services
  • January 22, 2009

2
Medicare Hospice Conditions of Participation

  • Published May 27, 2008
  • Effective December 2, 2008
  • Performance Improvement Projects begin 02/02/09

3

  • www.cms.hhs.gov/center/hospice.asp

4
Secretarys Advisory Committee on Regulatory
Reform

  • Clarified relationship between NHs, ICF/MRs and
    hospices
  • Changed respite care nursing requirements
  • Allowed qualified nurses to provide dietary
    counseling

5
BBA 97 changes

  • Medical director/physicians may be under contract
    (418.64 and 418.102)
  • Waiver available to provide PT, OT, SLP, and
    dietary counseling on 24-hour basis (418.74 )

6
BBA 97 changes (Cont)

  • Waiver available for providing dietary counseling
    directly (418.74)

7
MMA 2003

  • Hospices may contract with another hospice to
    provide core hospice services
  • Hospices may contract with RN for highly
    specialized services

8
Hospices Responsibility

9
Patients Rights

Effective Pain Medication Respect for Property
Person Choose Attending

Confidential Clinical Records Symptom
Management Voice Grievances without reprisal

10
Patients Rights (Cont)

Exercise Rights Refuse Care or
Treatment Receive information about hospice

Freedom from Mistreatment, Neglect/
abuse Involvement with Care

11
Initial Assessment

  • Completes within 48 hours of effective date of
    election
  • Patient or Physician may request earlier
    assessment.
  • Gathers key information to treat patient
  • Registered
  • Nurse

12
Comprehensive Assessment
13
Comprehensive Assessment (Cont)
14
Assessment Timeframes (example)
15
IDG
Meets Physical, Medical, Psychosocial, Emotional,
and Spiritual Needs of Pt/family
Includes MD or DO, SW, RN Counselor
Provides Education/ Training to Pt/Family
Consults with Attending Physician
16
Plan of Care
17
Plan of Care (Cont)
18
Performance improvement activities

  • Focus on high risk, high volume, or
    problem-prone areas
  • Track adverse patient events analyze causes
  • Affect palliative outcomes, patient safety,
    and quality of care

19
Performance Improvement Activities (Cont)

  • Consider incidence, prevalence, and severity
    of problems
  • Take actions aimed at PI measure success
  • Track PI actions to assure improvements are
    sustained

20
Performance Improvement Projects

  • Starts February 2, 2009
  • Reflect scope, complexity past performance
    of hospices services operations.

21
Performance Improvement Projects (Cont)

  • Document the quality
  • improvement projects conducted
  • Document reasons for conducting the projects
    and measurable progress achieved

22
Infection Control

  • Accepted standards of practice
  • Prevents and Controls Infections Diseases
  • Part of QAPI
  • Educates/Protects, Patients, Staff and others

23
Infection Control

  • Agency wide program for surveillance,
    identification, prevention, control and
    investigation
  • Identifies Infectious and Communicable
    Diseases and Implements Appropriate Actions

24
Licensed Professional Services

  • Services must be authorized, delivered, and
    supervised by qualified personnel
  • Professionals participate in coordinating all
    patient care
  • Professionals participate in the hospices QAPI
    and in-service training programs

25
Hospice Core Services

  • Physician Services (direct or under contract)
  • Nursing Services
  • Medical Social Services

26
Hospice Core Services (Cont)

  • Counseling Services
  • Bereavement
  • Dietary
  • Spiritual

27
Hospice Aide Qualifications

  • Training competency evaluation OR
  • Competency evaluation OR
  • Nurse aide training and competency evaluation OR
  • State licensure program

28
Hospice Aide Supervision

  • RN supervises aide onsite once annually if no
    problems noted.
  • RN visits patient q. 14 days to assess aide
    services (aide does not have to be present)
  • If concerns, RN revisits to observe aide
  • If concerns remain, aide completes competency
    evaluation

29
Volunteer Hours Level of ActivityExample
30
Recruit, Train, Supervise

  • Hospice must
  • Document active volunteer recruitment
  • Document retention plans
  • Provide orientation training for its
    volunteersconsistent with hospice industry
    standards
  • Volunteer program must be supervised by a
    designated hospice employee

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Hospice conditions of participation 2015 #hospice #cops

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hospice conditions of participation 2015

hospice conditions of participation 2015

In 2015, CMS will implement a hospice and other services for palliation of the
terminal condition. To be eligible for participation in the demonstration, a.

fiscal year (FY) 2015 and beyond will consider the following: Quality of ..
Federal regulations address Medicare conditions of participation (CoP) for
hospices.

Aug 4, 2014 Medicare Program; FY 2015 Hospice Wage Index and Payment Rate ..
Conditions of Participation final rule (73 FR 32088), we stated that the

ENSURE HOME CARE AND HOSPICE PARTICIPATION IN TRANSITIONS IN .
conditions that are not related to the terminal and related conditions that .
MedPAC has projected that Medicare hospice financial margins for 2015 (without
.

Nov 6, 2014 hospice compliance with the Medicare conditions of participation and With the
passage of the IMPACT Act, beginning in April 2015, HHS

Jan 5, 2015 January 5, 2015. Marilyn B. Medicare and Medicaid Program: Conditions of.
Participation for Home Health Agencies; Proposed Rule: Medicare and Medicaid
involvement found in Hospices, Skilled Facilities and Nursing

Mar 26, 2015 Identify documentation requirements for hospice Medicare and Medicaid
Identify the Conditions of Participation that are key for the new (or

Jun 20, 2014 RE: CMS-1609-P: Medicare Program; FY 2015 Hospice Wage index and
Payment Rate Related Conditions; Process and appeals for Part D payment
for . the Hospice Condition of Participation stating that the hospice

May 20, 2015 Effective July 1, 2015: Revised hospice standards align with CoPs demonstrate
Joint Commission equivalency with Medicare Conditions of.

Beginning January 1, 2015, Medicare now pays for chronic care chronic
conditions expected to last at least 12 months, or until the death . healthcare
supervision (HCPCS G0181), hospice care supervision (HCPCS. G0182)
Otherwise, participation in other CMS initiatives including the MSSP does not
disqualify a

Section 708 Medicare and Medicaid Eligible Individuals. Section 709 . In
addition to the general conditions of participation identified in Section 106 of the
Part I

Oct 30, 2014 CMS Announces 2015 Medicare. Premiums non-contracted hospice
providers. Click here to read Agency Conditions of Participation to.

Jul 17, 2014 Home Care Hospice Law: A Handbook for Executives, the only . New
Medicare CoP sanctions (and potential new CoPs). Moratorium on new HHAs.
Page 15. 2015 MEDICARE HOME HEALTH RATE PROPOSED RULE.

Revised 04/10/2015 | Effective 04/24/2015. Introduction . outpatients, and are
required to meet specified conditions of participation. Traditional services.

Nursing contact hours from this event may be used until September 30, 2015.
Social Work: Medicare. Hospice Conditions of Participation and the Interpretive
Guidelines. gress to develop the Medicare Hospice Benefit in the early 1980s.

Aug 22, 2014 Will implement certain edits from Medicare Code . measures. Data collected by
hospices during Q1-3 CY 2015 . the CoPs at 418.56. 59

Dec 15, 2014 policy, for purposes of the CoPs and CfCs at issue, CMS is . The Work Plan for
2015 specifically addresses issues for home health and.

May 5, 2015 Mary Spracklin, RN, MSN, Bureau Chief for Medicare Services conditions of
participation, payment changes, face to face , OASIS C-1 and





What Is Medicare Conditions Of Participation? #hospice #chaplain #jobs

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What Is Medicare Conditions Of Participation?

Medicare Conditions of Participation

Medicare Conditions of Participation are a set of stringent health measures designed to regulate how hospitals and other medical establishments utilize Medicare aid. Every health-care facility which receives reimbursement for Medicare related costs must adhere to the guidelines specified by CMS, Center for Medicare Medicaid Services. These rules are published in the Federal Register and regular inspections assures that all health-care facility follow guidelines, consistently. These rules also make sure that all patients receive a minimum standard of health service, which is the right of every beneficiary.

For example, the guidelines make sure that a hospital doing organ transplant has the necessary facilities, and that particular hospital only conducts business with a prescribed Organ Procurement Organization. Actually, the Medicare Conditions of Participation help streamline tasks, making it easier to keep the level of service consistent among all health-care facilities taking part in Medicare. According to the Code of Federal Regulations of October 2004, following are the Medicare Conditions of Participation for Hospitals:

Part A General Provisions

Basis and scope
Provision of emergency services by nonparticipating hospitals

Part B Administration

Compliance with Federal, State and local laws
Governing body
Patients rights

Part C Basic Hospital Functions

Nursing services
Medical record services
Pharmaceutical services
Radiological services
Laboratory services
Food and dietetic services
Utilization review
Physical environment
Infection control
Discharge planning
Organ, tissue, and eye procurement

Part D – Optional Hospital Services

Surgical services
Anesthesia services
Nuclear medicine services
Outpatient services
Emergency services
Rehabilitation services
Respiratory care services

Special provisions applying to psychiatric hospitals
Special medical record requirements for psychiatric hospitals
Special staff requirements for psychiatric hospitals
Special requirements for hospital providers of long-term care services

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Hospice conditions of participation 2016 #final #stages #of #death #hospice

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hospice conditions of participation 2016

hospice conditions of participation 2016

Jun 28, 2015 HHPPS 2015 and 2016 rules. Face to Face rule. Proposed CoPs. New
Medicare CoP sanctions. Program Integrity/Claims Reviews.

Apr 19, 2015 Conditions of Participation/licensure. . Provider enrollment Allegation of
unallowable hospice care, . 10505/medicare-program-fy-2015-hospice-wage-
index- . The data collection period for the CY 2016 APU includes.

Jun 16, 2015 RE: CMS-1629-P: Medicare Program; FY 2016 Hospice Wage index and .
services required under the Hospice Conditions of Participation,

Jun 26, 2015 FY 2016 Hospice Wage Index and Payment Rate Update and Hospice . Clearly
. the conditions of participation call for hospice to discharge

Jun 29, 2015 FY 2016 Hospice Wage Index and Payment Rate Update and Hospice Quality
2 NHPCO Comment Letter on CMS-1629-P June 29, 2015 . Conditions of
Participation, which require that hospices providing care to SNF/NF.

Jun 29, 2015 The proposed rule was subsequently published in the May 5, 2015 (1.3
percent) in Medicare payments to hospices during FY 2016. plan of care as
stated in the Conditions of Participation to recognize the conditions that

Work Plan for fiscal year (FY) 2015 summarizes new and ongoing reviews and .
We reported FY 2014 exclusions of 4,017 individuals and entities from
participation in . Review of hospital wage data used to calculate Medicare
payments (new). of nursing home residents for manageable and preventable
conditions .

Sep 3, 2015 FY 2015. Payment. Rate. Hospice. Pmt Update. %. Final FY. 2016 Pmt. Rate. 651
. Diagnosis of the terminal condition of the patient. Other health Participation
will continue and be required to meet FY 2018 and 2019

June 29, 2015. Centers for comments on the CMS FY2016 Hospice Wage
Index Proposed Rule. In preparing these comments we where a patient resides
seems prejudicial given the Medicare conditions of participation that require the

Jun 28, 2015 Medicare Hospice Conditions of Participation, nor does it replace 2015,
compliance determinations in 2016, and payment impact for the FY

Dec 11, 2014 Recognize examples of measureable hospice documentation as required for
hospice levels of address Medicare conditions of participation for hospices. (42
). CFR Part 418). . Financial Penalty for Not Participating (2% market basket
penalty payment year 2016) CAHPS-Hospice Survey January 2015

end medical underwriting and pre-existing condition exclusions. vary only by
family structure, geography, actuarial value, tobacco use, participation in a health
or paying a penalty of $95 in 2014, $495 in 2015 and $750 in 2016, or up .
hospitals, and hospice providers will participate quality measure reporting
starting

Participation (CoPs). This means responsibilities, the hospice conditions of
payment, and the anti-kickback statute. In this session, the Hospice growth has
led to increased scrutiny and rapid, ongoing regulatory change. Prepare to meet
the 2016 and identify what you may be able to wave good bye as we motor
into

Nov 6, 2014 abuse is $2 billion for 2015 nearly $700 million more than in 2014 . related to
the terminal illness and related conditions. Physicians must

Sep 22, 2014 FY2016, the BNAF will no longer be used in the hospice wage index calculation.
. Hospice Self-Reporting the Aggregate Cap March 31, 2015.

Aug 22, 2014 The capital expenditure associated with this 16-beds hospice care 2015.
Under this timeline, calendar year 2016 would be the first full Medicare
program, with the applicable conditions of participation related to those.

National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, 2015. All rights reserved. 4 .
beginning October 1, 2016). Example of Conditions of Participation (CoPs).

Southern Illinois University Carbondale 2015-2016. Page 2. This is a brief .
treatment facility for mental disorders and substance abuse, hospice care;.
Inpatient mental . Treatment for an emergency medical condition. Obstetric
and Expense incurred as a result of injury due to participation in a riot.
Participati

Revised Common Program Requirements effective: July 1, 2015. Revised
Common A fellowship program in hospice and palliative medicine must consist
of 12 months of . conditions and children with palliative care needs who may
recover. . (a) participation in additional clinical or research training in the
specialty or

Oct 15, 2015 dollar limit in demonstration year 10 (2015-2016) will be $1 billion the
Medicare conditions of participation for a hospital or nursing facility;

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The CMS Compliance Crosswalk, 2015 Edition is published by HCPro, a division
of BLR. . delivery system consisting of 16 hospitals, a statewide home health
and hospice ments outlined by CMS called Conditions of Participation (CoP).

May 21, 2010 Fiscal Year 2015 . Impact of Nursing Shortage on Hospice Care . Crosswalk
Guide to the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network (OPTN) and Critical
Access Hospital Conditions of Participation CMS-3244-F .

4/25/2015. 1. CMS HOSPITAL . The discharge planning CoPs have been
reorganized. A number . Like home health, hospice, RT, rehab, nutritional
consult,.

Mar 27, 2015 Our Form 8-K, dated March 27, 2015 to which the following supplemental slides
are attached as. Exhibit 99.1, provides . Encompass Home Health Hospice
ICD-10-CM cross walk from ICD-9-CM (effective no earlier than. October 1
hospitals, including Medicare hospital conditions of participation.

April 24, 2015. Michele Walton. CMS. Survey Certification Group CMS
transplant CoPs serve as the minimum requirements for providing safe and
appropriate care for . Survey Protocol, Crosswalk, ABO templates . Hospice
Agencies.

Jun 30, 2014 Part 1 of 4: A Detailed Review of the Final CMS FY 2014 IPPS Rule. 1
Conditions. Reduction Previous Rulings for FY 2015 Payment Determination.
CMS . Patients enrolled in Medicare Hospice Program any time in 12 months
. ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks for measure specifications available for.

Fiscal Year 2014 Proposed Rule for Medicare Hospice. Wage Index reductions
scheduled for 2015 and 2016, the entire BNAF will be eliminated. This .
condition is also reiterated. CMS that crosswalk from ICD-9 to ICD-10 codes.
CMS . three quarters of the continuous monthly participation (April 1, 2015
December.

A. Crosswalk of Definitions by Provider Type. . For promoting participation in
the surveys, the authors thank Teresa Johnson Medicare Medicaid Services
on home health agencies, hospices, and nursing homes. . chronic illness; injury
; physical, cognitive, or mental disability; or other health-related conditions (HHS,.

Adoption and Use in Home Health and Hospice. NCHS Data Brief . June 2011
. Medicare Program; Conditions of Participation (CoPs) for Community Mental.

Sep 16, 2014 Number of Medicare Certified Hospices by type between. 1986 and 2012 .
Section J: Health Conditions (Pain and Dyspnea). Section N:

Participation in Medicare Plans. . inpatient hospital, skilled nursing facilities (
SNF), hospice, and home health. Medicare Part B Only those conditions
supported by 2015. Optum will include the ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM crosswalk
in.

Nov 11, 2014 Identify 2015 changes to Medicare delivery and Home Health/Hospice MACs (
HH MACs) . *CMS Crosswalk may be incorrect/suggested correct code (RW) .
(IV) The services are furnished to treat a type of medical condition. . ALJ
Hearings starting October 27, 2014 Participation in cases involving:.

Aug 1, 2014 hospice, social support services, and others based on community needs. 2.
Recognize needed to determine how to meet Medicare Conditions of
Participation or to propose a new Complete crosswalk between military
training and civilian licensure requirements could be sought in the 2015
session.

Dec 14, 2012 Doug Goggin-Callahan, Medicare Rights Center Melissa Seeley, Centers for
Medicare and Medicaid. Katherine Marlay, Office . CY2015. CY2016. (A) MA
penetration for Demonstration population in county. 25% and medical
conditions to predict costs . Dual Eligible Participation in Managed Care.

Oct 23, 2014 would love to have you participate in the planning for the 2015 Annual.
Conference. decisions about the problems confronting hospices.

goers and solicited participation in a brief research . of home health care
provided under Medicare if they had at least research team to develop a
crosswalk of the key . conducted, and whether 2010, 2015, and 2020
conditions, and 14 activities of daily living (range . and by the time the hospice
option is discussed,.

On July 6, 2012, CMS issued the 2013 Medicare physician fee one or more
prevalent chronic conditions or episodes of care for one or more major
procedures. . are receiving payment for home health or hospice care plan
oversight RVU crosswalk. . A new administrative claims reporting option for
the 2015 and 2016

May 5, 2014 Year (CY) 2014 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (RHHIs), Home Health and
Hospices (HHHs), and Durable Medical Equipment Medicare.





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Information Bulletin 09-01
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New Hospice Conditions of Participation

Purpose:
The purpose of this bulletin is to provide information on implementation of new Medicare Hospice Conditions of Participation (COPs), related joint training being sponsored by, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), and implementation date by MDH.

CMS Training
Joint training will take place via three (3) CMS sponsored satellite training sessions which are archived at the CMS website.

Information on the CMS satellite training is available at:

CMS will host 4 satellite broadcasts scheduled from 12:00 noon � 1:30 pm Central Standard Time (CST) on Thursday, January 22, 2009; Thursday, February 19, 2009; Friday, March 13, 2009 and Wednesday, April 22, 2009. Broadcasts can be viewed by members of the public by satellite coordinates provided on the CMS website approximately 2 weeks prior to the broadcast.

Archived broadcasts can be accessed at the website by clicking on the �Archived Webcasts� at the top of the CMS link.

Participants should print out any handouts provided by CMS on the satellite broadcast website and information from CMS S
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Title: Hospice Conditions of Participation

1
Hospice Conditions of Participation

  • Presented by
  • Kim Roche, RN, BSN, RNC, CCS-P
  • CMSO/SCG
  • The Centers for Medicare Medicare Services
  • January 22, 2009

2
Medicare Hospice Conditions of Participation

  • Published May 27, 2008
  • Effective December 2, 2008
  • Performance Improvement Projects begin 02/02/09

3

  • www.cms.hhs.gov/center/hospice.asp

4
Secretarys Advisory Committee on Regulatory
Reform

  • Clarified relationship between NHs, ICF/MRs and
    hospices
  • Changed respite care nursing requirements
  • Allowed qualified nurses to provide dietary
    counseling

5
BBA 97 changes

  • Medical director/physicians may be under contract
    (418.64 and 418.102)
  • Waiver available to provide PT, OT, SLP, and
    dietary counseling on 24-hour basis (418.74 )

6
BBA 97 changes (Cont)

  • Waiver available for providing dietary counseling
    directly (418.74)

7
MMA 2003

  • Hospices may contract with another hospice to
    provide core hospice services
  • Hospices may contract with RN for highly
    specialized services

8
Hospices Responsibility

9
Patients Rights

Effective Pain Medication Respect for Property
Person Choose Attending

Confidential Clinical Records Symptom
Management Voice Grievances without reprisal

10
Patients Rights (Cont)

Exercise Rights Refuse Care or
Treatment Receive information about hospice

Freedom from Mistreatment, Neglect/
abuse Involvement with Care

11
Initial Assessment

  • Completes within 48 hours of effective date of
    election
  • Patient or Physician may request earlier
    assessment.
  • Gathers key information to treat patient
  • Registered
  • Nurse

12
Comprehensive Assessment
13
Comprehensive Assessment (Cont)
14
Assessment Timeframes (example)
15
IDG
Meets Physical, Medical, Psychosocial, Emotional,
and Spiritual Needs of Pt/family
Includes MD or DO, SW, RN Counselor
Provides Education/ Training to Pt/Family
Consults with Attending Physician
16
Plan of Care
17
Plan of Care (Cont)
18
Performance improvement activities

  • Focus on high risk, high volume, or
    problem-prone areas
  • Track adverse patient events analyze causes
  • Affect palliative outcomes, patient safety,
    and quality of care

19
Performance Improvement Activities (Cont)

  • Consider incidence, prevalence, and severity
    of problems
  • Take actions aimed at PI measure success
  • Track PI actions to assure improvements are
    sustained

20
Performance Improvement Projects

  • Starts February 2, 2009
  • Reflect scope, complexity past performance
    of hospices services operations.

21
Performance Improvement Projects (Cont)

  • Document the quality
  • improvement projects conducted
  • Document reasons for conducting the projects
    and measurable progress achieved

22
Infection Control

  • Accepted standards of practice
  • Prevents and Controls Infections Diseases
  • Part of QAPI
  • Educates/Protects, Patients, Staff and others

23
Infection Control

  • Agency wide program for surveillance,
    identification, prevention, control and
    investigation
  • Identifies Infectious and Communicable
    Diseases and Implements Appropriate Actions

24
Licensed Professional Services

  • Services must be authorized, delivered, and
    supervised by qualified personnel
  • Professionals participate in coordinating all
    patient care
  • Professionals participate in the hospices QAPI
    and in-service training programs

25
Hospice Core Services

  • Physician Services (direct or under contract)
  • Nursing Services
  • Medical Social Services

26
Hospice Core Services (Cont)

  • Counseling Services
  • Bereavement
  • Dietary
  • Spiritual

27
Hospice Aide Qualifications

  • Training competency evaluation OR
  • Competency evaluation OR
  • Nurse aide training and competency evaluation OR
  • State licensure program

28
Hospice Aide Supervision

  • RN supervises aide onsite once annually if no
    problems noted.
  • RN visits patient q. 14 days to assess aide
    services (aide does not have to be present)
  • If concerns, RN revisits to observe aide
  • If concerns remain, aide completes competency
    evaluation

29
Volunteer Hours Level of ActivityExample
30
Recruit, Train, Supervise

  • Hospice must
  • Document active volunteer recruitment
  • Document retention plans
  • Provide orientation training for its
    volunteersconsistent with hospice industry
    standards
  • Volunteer program must be supervised by a
    designated hospice employee

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