The Medicare hospice benefits can be availed only by beneficiaries who suffer from terminal illness. But hospices often face a challenge when a patient’s continued eligibility becomes unclear—because they must also comply with CMS’ requirements regarding live discharges and revocations. And to avoid probes by CMS—due to long stays, live discharges, and revocations—you must follow CMS’ requirements. Otherwise, it can be a time consuming and expensive affair for you.
Learn the ins and outs of the overall discharge and revocation process of live patients in this webinar by hospice specialist Michelle Crowell Coleman. Coleman will walk you through the specifics around live discharges and revocations, explain how each process works, and show you how to deal with patients who revoke hospice services. She will explain the PEPPER report and how it relates to discharges, and show you how to avoid probes by CMS by complying with all the key requirements.
After attending this session, you will know how to comply with CMS requirements around long length stays, live discharges, and revocations—and minimize the chances of probes by CMS.
You will learn how to:
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- Beth Noyce
Michelle Crowell Coleman is the president of the Alabama Hospice & Palliative Care Organization and has been in the nursing field for 25 years with a focus in hospice for the last 15 years. She is currently the Regional QAPI coordinator for LHC Group Inc., serving over the states of Alabama and Idaho, and has served in many capacities in hospice over the years, including most...
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