Proposed Rule on Requirements for Long-Term Care Facilities: Regulatory Provisions to Promote Efficiency and Transparency
Recorded On: 07/25/2019
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On July 16, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued the proposed rule that is intended to ease some of the administrative and paperwork burdens of the Requirements of Participation (RoPs). Click here for a full detailed summary.
The proposed rule provides a 60-day public comment period that allows AHCA and all of you an opportunity to submit comments to CMS in support of proposed changes that will reduce administrative paperwork burden on your centers and to provide targeted feedback on areas where CMS has asked for additional information and insight, or areas that you believe have the biggest impact on your ability to provide quality care to your residents. We will share additional details on how you can support these proposals via the public comment process.
Dr. David Gifford, AHCA SVP of Quality and Regulatory Affairs and Chief Medical Officer
Holly Harmon, AHCA Vice President of Quality, Regulatory & Clinical Services
Sara Rudow, AHCA Senior Director of Regulatory Services
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