Published July 9, 2020

“How PDPM Risks and Opportunities Impact SNF Compliance Programs”

An article written by PYA Post-Acute Service Line Manager Amy Dalton has been published in the July edition of HealthLaw Connections magazine. “How PDPM Risks and Opportunities Impact SNF Compliance Programs” examines the effects of the Patient-Driven Payment Model on skilled nursing facilities and emphasizes the importance of adhering to the Seven Elements of an Effective Compliance Program.

Article Excerpt:

Simply creating a compliance checklist is not sufficient. The program must continuously evolve to meet changing regulatory requirements and organizational needs. The salient question remains: Is our SNF truly effective in deterring fraud, waste, and abuse?

HealthLaw Connections is a monthly publication of the American Health Law Association (AHLA). Access the full article.

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