The Hospice Guide to Quality Care & Reporting: Promoting Sustainability in an Evolving Regulatory Climate - CLOSEOUT ITEM
As the hospice industry continues to grow and attract the attention of federal regulators, providers must learn to embody their long-standing commitment to delivering quality end-of-life care in defensive documentation, consistent reporting, and robust compliance programs. With expansive analysis on the industry’s most important Medicare quality regulation topics, The Hospice Guide to Quality Care and Reporting: Promoting Sustainability in an Evolving Regulatory Climate empowers providers to do just that.
Author Diane Link, RN, MHA, draws on her wealth of industry experience as a nurse and consultant to help hospices remain viable as CMS continues to refine its methods for measuring outcomes, collecting quality data, and tying these processes to provider reimbursement.
The Hospice Guide to Quality Care and Reporting arms providers with the depth of understanding and breadth of strategy they need to build organization wide systems for regulatory compliance, and to readily adapt to the changes still ahead.
This resource will help you to do the following:
- Understand how the intensifying movement toward federal scrutiny and quality measurement is playing out in the hospice sector
- Identify where new and evolving Medicare regulations fit in hospice’s greater quality landscape
- Build compliance systems and quality-focused best practices that are dynamic enough to accommodate both current and future regulatory requirements
- Author: Diane Link, RN, MHA
- Published: April 2016
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 lbs
- Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 x 0.5 inches