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PDPM Practitioner Engagement Solution Sheet

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In a PDPM World: Practitioner Engagement The Patient-Driven Payment Model represents massive change. Be ready. Much like the impact MDS 3.0 had on senior care providers previously, the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) will revolutionize how Skilled Nursing organizations operate, not only from a technology perspective but also from a process standpoint. To master the quality transformation of PDPM, a cultural transformation is also needed. Let's see how Practitioner Engagement can help you in a PDPM world. Your Goals: Compliance & Quality Outcomes With PDPM, the change is not simply a payment methodology switch. It is a foundational shift to support a much larger objective: value-based, person-driven care. How senior care providers get paid is the motivation to make sure coordinated, quality care becomes a reality. To meet this grander vision for the industry, satisfying compliance requirements is a priority, but so is achieving quality outcomes. The Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM)… "…will move Medicare towards a more value-based, unified post-acute care payment system that puts the unique care needs of the patient first while also reducing significantly the administrative burden associated with the SNF PPS." ~ CMS

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