Links of Interest
Approved Policies and Reports
Maryland Hospital Acquired Conditions
Readmission Reduction Incentive Program
Quality Based Reimbursement
Maryland Patient Safety Center
GBR-PAU Efficiency Adjustment
PAU Savings Policy
Archived Quality Initiatives
GBR Agreements and Addendums
Annual Update to Unit Rates
Accounting and Budget Manual
Policy Clarifications & Regulation Updates
Approved Hospital Unit Rate Reports
Clinical Data Submission and Requirements
Clinical Public Use Data Requests
Financial Data Submission Tool
Maryland Hospital Audited Financial Statements
Nurse Support Programs I & II
Outpatient Services Survey Results
Hospital IRS 990 Forms
Community Benefit Program
NOTICE OF WRITTEN COMMENT PERIOD
Notice is hereby given that the public and interested parties are invited to submit written comments to the Commission on any or all of the following staff draft recommendations that will be presented at the Commission May 9, 2018 Public Meeting:
1) Update Factor
2) Maryland Patient Safety Center
3) PAU Savings
4) Relative Value Units for Respiratory Therapy
5) Nurse Support Program II
WRITTEN COMMENTS ON THE AFOREMENTIONED STAFF DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS ARE DUE IN THE COMMISSION’S OFFICES ON OR BEFORE MAY 17, 2018 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN THE RECOMMENDATION.
The State of Maryland is leading a transformative effort to improve care and reduce the growth in health care spending. Effective January 1, 2014, the State of Maryland and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) entered into a new initiative to modernize Maryland’s unique all-payer rate-setting system for hospital services. As the State’s hospital rate-setting authority, the HSCRC plays a vital role in the implementation of this innovative approach to health reform.
This initiative, replacing Maryland’s 36-year-old Medicare waiver, allows Maryland to adopt new and innovative policies aimed at reducing per capita hospital expenditures and improving patient health outcomes. Stated in terms of the “Triple Aim,” Maryland strives to transform its health care system into one that enhances patient care, improves health, and lowers costs.
Success of the New All-Payer Model will reduce costs to purchasers of care—businesses, patients, insurers, Medicare, and Medicaid—and improve the quality of the care that patients receive both inside and outside of the hospital. Since 2014, the State, in close partnership with providers, payers, and consumers, has made significant progress toward this modernization effort.
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