Constant Contact 2/2/22
Updates to Start the New Year
Is your documentation ready to withstand scrutiny by Medicare Administrative Contractors and the OIG? Trinity Rehab Services can assist by auditing documentation and providing insight.
Trinity Rehab Services understands our partners needs related to infection control. We offer education, auditing, and resources to engage direct care staff, visitors, and volunteers.
Read about recent updates from CMS related to the following topics: PBJ Data Collection; SNF Benefit Period; Advanced Beneficiary Notice new form; and MDS edit calculations.
On April 10, CMS released the FY 2021 SNF Proposed Rule. Although there are no major changes, there are many items of interest. For example, the Wage Index changes reimbursement for many. Read more.
CMS has temporarily modified their state survey process during this COVID-19 emergency. This article describes these details.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) provided the data. We made it useful. Using this same data, we can create a free customized report for your building. Contact us if interested!
This new website describes who we are, what we do, and why we succeed. After exploring, we hope you agree that Trinity Rehab Services has 'The Experience to Lead and The Dedication to Support'.
So, to PDPM, we say ‘Bring it on’! We are ready and we will continue learning and preparing for success. As always, your success is our success. Keep moving forward with Trinity Rehab Services.
Welcome to the New year and New Part B Rules! From the Final Physician Fee Schedule, we have identified the top five therapy related billing reminders effective as of January 1, 2019.
Rehab therapy helps people limited in their regular mobility, self care, and communication
Starting physical therapy early after a patient is diagnosed with pain can help to reduce both the amount and duration of time that the person is on painkillers.
A new report from the APTA has changed everything for physical therapists.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a final rule to improve the Medicare Appeals Process and assist in decreasing the significant backlog of appeals.