PDPM is the largest reimbursement change in 20 years and we don’t know how to prepare.
Preparing for PDPM is daunting. The uncertainty leaves some people ignoring the reality. Not Consonus. We are choosing to be empowered and proactive. We are sharing proven solutions, process tools and workflows to prepare for PDPM.
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PDPM Webinar: Top 3 Things Providers Can Do Now
Phil Fogg, CEO of Consonus Healthcare, sat down with NRC Health to discuss the top three things providers should be focused on around PDPM.View Webinar
PDPM Update: November 19, 2019
We are 50 days into PDPM and we’re about to receive our first P&L’s that will reflect the new reimbursement change. We’re breaking it down into 5 things providers should focus on now.Read Update
PDPM is one week away. Laurie Thomas, VP of Strategic Development for Consonus Healthcare, sits down with Phil Fogg, CEO of Consonus Healthcare, to discuss the top three things providers should be focused on now.
What if we told you, if you do nothing before October 1st, you risk losing $20,000/month, on average? PDPM is the largest reimbursement change our profession has experienced in 20 years. It will cause uncertainty and there will be winners and losers.
Here are three things you can do to prepare.
It starts by calculating your Medicare Revenue PPD to use as a baseline. Using your current PPD, you can start to identify financial risks under PDPM.
We are all at risk. Learn your risk to determine if you will be a winner or loser.
CO-PILOT PDPM REPORTS
Consonus Co-Pilot is equipped with 4 reports, designed to guide teams on proper documentation to avoid missed opportunities under PDPM reimbursement. Learn more about each report below.VIEW REPORTS
You've assessed your risk, you've implemented resource tools, now it's time to master the workflows. View the PDPM Workflows Readiness Checklist to assess your workflow preparedness.VIEW CHECKLIST