Ohio Aging Services Network (OASN) is giving a collective voice to Ohio’s non-profit transitional and long-term health care facilities, increasing their leverage and making their presence known to providers and insurers.
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CMS Releases Rules on Long Term Care Facilities
In August, CMS released the final rule for Medicare and Medicaid Programs; Reform of the Requirements for Long-Term Care Facilities. This rule will make sweeping changes in the way long term care services are delivered and paid for going forward. There is a three year phase in of these rules with 2017 as the start date. Please see the attached summary provided by LeadingAge DC for an overview of these changes. The work OASN has been doing over the past three years will help members better transition to these changes.READ MORE>>
OASN Members Receive Q3 Quality Benchmark Results
Members have received their Achievement Dashboard results for the second quarter of 2017 through Discern Health. The latest reports give each member organization the opportunity to review their overall scores on multiple quality indicators and then compare those scores with the national average. The overall OASN membership dashboard for Q3 can be viewed here.READ MORE>>
Steve Wermuth talks about the benefits of the Achievement Dashboards.
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