VBC is a novel reimbursement methodology linking payment directly to the quality of care provided. It functions as a promising alternative to conventional fee-for-service reimbursement, rewarding healthcare providers for efficiency and effectiveness, as opposed to the sheer volume of services.
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We have an office in South Florida but we embrace the hybrid work model. Our team of global experts has invested over 10,000 hours in licensing and credentialing. So we know how the process works for each state – and we’ve done it thousands of times Credsy is committed to simplifying your licensure process. With over 24 combined years of experience, our agents are well aware of the ins and outs of quick, attainable, and affordable licensing. No matter how many states you need licensing in, we’re able to get the job done.
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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently issued a proposed rule that would update the Medicare inpatient prospective payment system (IPPS) and long-term care hospital prospective payment system (LTCH PPS) for fiscal year (FY) 2024. The proposed rule affects the payment rates and policies for acute care hospitals and LTCHs that provide services to Medicare beneficiaries.
As a healthcare professional, it's vital to keep your licenses and credentials up-to-date. Any delays or problems in the licensing and credentialing process can jeopardize the continuity of your practice. In this article, we'll share ten invaluable tips to help you streamline these processes, ensuring you avoid any obstacles that may arise.