Home Health Care News June 30, 2022
Patrick Filbin

In order for the home-based care industry to push back against the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) 2023 proposed payment rule, industry leaders must understand where CMS’ intentions and motivations are coming from.

Industry leaders also need to focus mainly on the behavioral adjustments that CMS is targeting and planning to change.

Those guidances were laid out by Brian Harris, a financial consulting director for SimiTree, in a webinar Thursday.

“If you’ve read through the full proposal, they’re almost preempting what they expect the pushback to be,” he said. “They are leveraging the COVID pandemic years as part of the data that they’re using for the rate setting. You can see CMS is almost getting out ahead...

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