Beginning next year, Medicare will stop paying hospitals more for treating serious conditions it considers avoidable, such as infections, falls, and objects left in surgical patients. The action is required by a law passed by Congress in 2005.
Welcome to OR Manager, your source of information and insight into the clinical and business management of the surgical suite.
This article is only available to OR Manager subscribers. To read this article, and gain access to all OR Manager resources, please log in below:
Not a subscriber? That’s OK, subscribe today! OR Manager offers all-access subscriptions at an affordable rate.
With your subscription – or your team’s group subscription – you’ll receive access to all that OR Manager has to offer,
including our monthly issues, CE credit opportunities, job postings, and discounts to our industry-leading conferences.
Explore Subscription Options
Please contact our Customer Service Team if you are unable to log in at [email protected]
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) develops conditions…
Find out more
Takeaways Many OR managers said they were overdue for a…
A lot has happened with ASC quality measure reporting in…