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Are You Surviving the IMPACT?
October 1, 2016 is in the rear-view mirror, but that doesn’t mean that the IMPACT Act is in the past. Quite the opposite, implementation of the IMPACT Act is just getting started. The first wave of QRP measures added over one hundred new data collection items. This presentation will review those measures and common pitfalls in capturing and submitting the information. We will also discuss the strategies to ensure documentation supports the IRF-PAI submission. Finally, we will touch on the impact of Public Reporting.
Watch to learn:
- Review of the CMS Quality Reporting Program
- Considerations and solutions to successfully complete IRF-PAI v1.4, including the presence of supportive documentation.
- Assessment and coding/scoring differences between quality indicators and Functional Independence Measures (FIM).
- Current and future quality measures included in public reporting.
About the Presenter: Teresa Hayes, MSW, LICSW
Over the past two years, Teresa has been assisting acute rehab hospitals and long-term acute care hospitals in maintaining volume and operational excellence in the midst of regulation changes. Prior to joining Fleming-AOD as a consultant, Teresa held many leadership positions in the acute rehab industry for fifteen years. Teresa assists clients with managing 60%-Rule compliance, quality reporting program compliance, clinical and financial performance improvement, appeals management, market analysis, utilizing outcome data to drive marketing and strategic business planning.
Teresa earned her Master’s degree from Boston College. She has presented at national and state conferences, such as American Rehabilitation Nurses, on topics related to quality reporting program, post-acute regulation changes, program development and volume improvement strategies.
Teresa is an active member of American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Associations (AMRPA) and is the Immediate Past President of the Board of Directors for Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts.
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