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CMS continues to refine the uncompensated care calculation. Three factors are utilized to calculate uncompensated care reimbursement for IPPS hospitals. Factor 3 is developed by compiling the cost of uncompensated care that is reported on the Medicare cost report Worksheet S-10. Effective with federal fiscal year 2020, worksheet S-10 will fully utilize uncompensated care data […]
The Health Resources and Services Administration has set the annual recertification of eligibility for 340B drug discounts for hospitals to begin August 15, 2018, and ends September 12, 2018. Mandatory Requirement Hospitals must complete their recertification through the Office of Pharmacy Affairs Information System (OPAIS). The Authorizing Official and Primary Contact must create their own […]
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently published the Final 2019 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Rule that modified the definition of a low-volume hospital. While the mileage requirement remained the same, the rule changed the discharge requirement from Medicare discharges to total discharges for Federal Fiscal Years 2019 through 2022. The updated […]