Q-Centrix
Q-Centrix
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  • Two experts from the Q-Centrix clinical team will provide a summary of the CMS 2017 Proposed Rule. Objectives of the webinar: Learn the potential impact to Inpatient chart abstracted measures; Understand the proposed eCQM changes; Review the potential impact to Value Based Purchasing incentives and penalties.

Q-Centrix
Q-Centrix
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  • Final Rule Implications for Infection Control: Our team will explain recent changes to Federal rules and its impacts on everyday IC preventionists. Then, the team will outline some of the experienced and expected challenges faced by industry partners and their solutions.

Q-Centrix
Q-Centrix
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  • Q-Centrix conducted an anonymous survey of 320 C-suite, senior-level and quality professionals from hospitals around the country to learn their perceptions of the current state of readmissions at their hospitals and their strategies for readmission reduction. Learn more: http://www.q-centrix.com/readmission-reduction

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  • Hospitals are experiencing some of the most sweeping changes ever proposed by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Health and Human Services (HHS), commercial payers, and other organizations. New rules and announcements are significantly changing the way that quality data will be collected and the effect the reporting of the data can have on reimbursement. In this brief, we outline...

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  • There’s a lot going on in the healthcare industry. And, by all accounts, the pace of change is unabated. Wouldn’t it be great to know the repercussions of the next announcement before they occur? Begin preparations by separating fact from fiction in the healthcare quality industry.

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Q-Centrix
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  • The reimbursement game is changing. Quality plays an integral role in how hospitals gain reimbursement. And for quality departments, it has become a complex game of avoiding penalties and earning incentives. Learn the most common healthcare quality obstacles by playing Penalties and Incentives.

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  • On April 1, the CMS Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CCJR) model went into effect for nearly 800 hospitals in 67 markets nationwide. Essentially, CMS converted its voluntary payment model—Bundled Payment for Care Improvement (BPCI)—into a regulatory mandate that will hold hospitals accountable for spending by all healthcare providers for 90 days following the initial episode of care.

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  • This white paper examines a key player at the front lines of hospitals’ never-ending battles against HAIs –Infection Preventionists (IPs). It briefly explains their varied roles, responsibilities and new challenges, the difficulty in recruiting these highly sought-after experts, and why and how hospitals should be doing more to help overworked and understaffed IPs be successful. Lastly, it covers...

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  • Staffing for registry abstraction is changing. In the past, hospitals might assign responsibility for registry abstraction to nurses or quality managers, usually on a part-time basis. Today, attaining and maintaining a high level of proficiency in registry abstraction demands a full-time commitment. Learn why an increasing number of hospitals are outsourcing their registry abstraction. Learn ...

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Q-Centrix
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  • This white paper examines the potential impact of recent CMS changes and other developing trends. It also covers the challenges facing hospitals, what they’re doing to meet them and why their efforts too often fall short. Lastly, it provides best practices in readmission reduction and explores strategies for implementing effective programs, including the use of new technology that can help hospit...

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Q-Centrix
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  • Although the CMS reports on readmission penalties could dishearten hospitals struggling to get their rates under control, one piece of news is encouraging: According to the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, 75% (or 4.4 million) of Medicare hospital readmissions may be preventable. How can hospitals do a better job preventing avoidable readmissions? Read our Six Strategies for Readmission Redu...

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