To help your organization maintain compliance or expand your services, we’ve put together a toolkit to help you:
Learn four key aspects to successfully navigate PDGM
Have a foundational comprehension of PDGM and its financial impact
Establish, develop, and prove staff competency
Understand strategies to address shifting home care markets
Now that the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) has taken effect, home health agencies across the country are trying to keep up and maintain compliance. The largest change facing home health agencies in over two decades has many organizations evaluating and updating internal processes. Others are expanding their service lines to serve more clinically complex patients.
PDGM is spurring shifts in the way many agencies operate so they can maximize reimbursements under the new model. It can take time to hire new people or train current staff to provide high-quality care for these new types of cases.