Embrace the change and learn all about the value-based reimbursement program.
Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP), also known as Pay for Performance, is an updated reimbursement model based on the quality of care provided instead of the quantity (prospective or fee basis). The program’s goal is to deliver improved care at reduced costs, which results in healthier people and communities.
The VBP model continues to evolve and expand to help move organizations toward improving care.
2016 - 2021
Pilot program in initial nine states is successful.
National pre-implementation (baseline) year starts.
Tracking of performance begins.
Benchmarking report published and payment adjustments of +/-5% begin.
Learn how home health leaders and managers can focus on quality improvement, patient-centered care and operational efficiency to drive success under HHVBP and ensure long-term sustainability.
In this video, Thom Mills from the Tennessee Association of Home Care and Joe Russell of the Ohio Council for Home Care and Hospice share how to maximize reimbursements under the VBP model.
With a direct relationship between quality measures and reimbursement, it is imperative for organizations to track and improve quality scores. This blog has tips to help get you started.
Complete, compliant and scalable software is vital to measuring and driving improvement.
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