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Basic Access Hospital Program Myron E Bloom MD MMM Medical Director, Rural Healthcare Quality Network

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Critical Access Hospital Program Created by Congress in 1997 as a feature of the Balanced Budget Act to support "constrained administration doctor's facilities" situated in rustic ranges. Repaid on Medicare-reasonable expenses or "cost-based repayment" for inpatient and outpatient administrations

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Critical Access Hospital Program Enhancements made in the: Balanced Budget Refinement Act of 1999 Medicare Medicaid and SCHIP Benefits Improvement and Protection Act of 2000 Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003

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Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (BBA) To qualify the CAH needed to : Offer 24-hour crisis mind administrations, Have a greatest 15 intense patients, Outpatient/Observation patients were not checked (tallying just inpatients, not beds involved) Facilities with Swing-beds were permitted to have up to 25 intense or SNF-level beds, gave that close to 15 beds were utilized at any one time for intense care patients. Keep every patient close to 96 hours.

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Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (BBA) To qualify the CAH must be a : Distance of 35 miles (or 15 on account of hilly territory or with just auxiliary streets) from another clinic or Necessary Provider of social insurance administrations affirmed by the State. Affirmation will dusk January 1, 2006

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The Balance Budget Refinement Act of 1999 Changed length of remain to a yearly normal of 96 hour tolerant stay, and Increased the open door for little clinics to join the CAH program.

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The Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP Benefits Improvement and Protection Act of 2000 (BIPA) CAH Swing Beds got to be exempted from PPS and paid on a cost premise, CAH gave rescue vehicle administrations would be paid on a sensible cost premise, on the off chance that it is the main emergency vehicle inside a 35 mile drive of the CAH.

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The Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP Benefits Improvement and Protection Act of 2000 (BIPA) Emergency Room On-Call Physicians installment were presently viewed as a suitable cost of outpatient CAH benefits after October 1, 2001. So far simply the cost of Doctors to be available to come back to work

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Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 §405 (an) After January 1, 2004 for Method I Reimbursement for administrations expanded to 80% of 101% of sensible expenses (up from 100 %) or 101% less Part B deductible and coinsurance sums;

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Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 §405 (d) Increased Flexibility in Method II with 115 % of the Fee Schedule Payment For Professional Physician Services, 115 % of the 85 % of the Medicare Physician Fee for non-doctor expert administrations. Every professional has the alternative to take an interest in packaged Part B charging.

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Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 §405 (b) And after January 1, 2005, Cost-based repayment for other on-call crisis room suppliers: physician associates, nurse experts, and certified nurture pros. In any case, accessible if the need arises experts can not be at the same time available to come back to work at whatever other office.

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Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 §405 (e) And after January 1, 2004, A CAH could work a most extreme 25 beds for intense clinic level of care or swing bed administrations, Notice "beds" not "patients" Previously a CAH could work 15 intense inpatient informal lodging to 10 swing beds.

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Observation Patient Services after MMA Any "beds" that are clinic sort beds are checked in the greatest bed number, including those utilized by patients on perception status. May NOT Co-blend Inpatients and Outpatients. Unmistakable Part Outpatient Areas and beds not exchangeable with inpatient beds.

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"Prohibited from the Bed Count" after MMA Stretchers and Examination tables in Emergency Departments, Obstetric work and conveyance beds, baby blues and birthing room beds in which the mother stays in the wake of conceiving an offspring are checked! Infant bassinets and isolettes, Operating and Procedure tables or recuperation beds (which must be utilized only for recuperation).

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Observation Patient Services after MMA Observation administrations characterized as "to assess an outpatient's condition to decide the requirement for conceivable confirmation as an inpatient". 48 hours most extreme perception stay, after which the patient ought to be conceded, released, or exchanged, and, Must dependably be restoratively essential. Taking after an ER visit or outpatient medicinal techniques Chest torment workup, asthma, or congestive heart disappointment medications… … ... InterQual criteria

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Observation Patient Services after MMA Observation falls under Part B and the recipient may not comprehend the intricate expense structure, The CAH must give composed notice of non-secured administrations before the stay . Perception days don't number in the 3 day capability for exchange to ECF. Supplier and patient/family dismay!

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Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 §405 (g) And after October 1, 2004 CAHs may build up unmistakable part (DP) Psychiatric and Rehabilitation units, Maximum of ten beds in every "DP" which won't mean something negative for the CAH inpatient bed constrain. Same Medicare installments as made to general healing facilities for these administrations.

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Summary of MMA 2003 Increased the beds that could be utilized for intense inpatient mind from 15 to 25, Any clinic sort bed found where the bed could be utilized for intense inpatient mind checks toward the 25 bed confine! Hospice beds consider part of the most extreme bed number while not adding to the 96 hour yearly normal length of stay . Particular part Psychiatric and Rehabilitation units now permitted and don't number in either bed limit or length of remain.

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Proposed Rules for CoP Federal Register, March 25, 2005 H&P examination .   expand admissible specialists and the time allotment for the H&P; Authentication of requests .   allow requests to be confirmed by any professional in charge of the care of the patient for five year move period; Post anesthesia assessment .  allow any individual fit the bill to oversee anesthesia to do post anesthesia assessment for inpatients.  http://a257.g.akamaitech.net/7/257/2422/01jan20051800/edocket.access.gpo.gov/2005/pdf/05-5916.pdf The PPS CoP make up for lost time to CAH CoP

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Conditions of Participation Rev. 05-21-04 Critical Access Hospitals Regulations and Interpretive Guidelines for Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs)

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What is diverse for CAH's? Arrange assentions for Credentialing Privileging, and Quality Assurance Required Emergency Services Governing Body Responsibilities Practitioner Responsibilities Patient Care Policies Quality Assurance Program Periodic Evaluation

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485.616(b) Agreements for Credentialing and Quality Assurance Each CAH should have a concurrence concerning credentialing and quality certification with: (1) A doctor's facility individual from the system; (2) QIO or proportionate element; or (3) Another proper qualified substance recognized in the State country wellbeing arrangement.

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Condition of Participation §485.618 Emergency Services Emergency administrations 24-hours a day, Equipment, supplies, and solution utilized as a part of treating crisis cases are promptly accessible, and Blood and Blood Products on a 24-hours a day premise.

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§485.618 Emergency Services A specialist of solution or osteopathy, a doctor right hand, or a medical caretaker professional accessible if the need arises and quickly accessible on location 24-hour a day inside: 20 minutes for injury 30 minutes non-injury or a hour if the CAH is a wilderness range (under 6 occupants for each square mile), the State has confirmed that more drawn out than 30 minutes is the main attainable strategy for giving crisis care to inhabitants, and keeps up that hour is legitimized on the grounds that different choices would build the time expected to settle a patient in a crisis.

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§485.627(a) Governing Body The administering body is in charge of the nature of care gave to patients. The representing body must decide classes of professionals qualified for arrangement/reappointment, must support the therapeutic staff local laws and guarantee that standing rules conform to State and Federal law, must guarantee that the restorative staff is responsible to the overseeing body for the nature of care gave to patients.

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§485.631 Staff Responsibilities All CAH patients Must be under the care of a MD/DO individual from the restorative staff or Under the care of a specialist who is under the supervision of an individual from the therapeutic staff.

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§485.631(b) (i) Responsibilities of the Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy Provides restorative course for the CAH'S social insurance exercises and Consultation for, and therapeutic supervision of, the human services staff.

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§485.631(b)(1)(ii) Responsibilities of the Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy In conjunction with the doctor colleague and additionally nurture specialist, Participates in creating, executing, and intermittently exploring the CAH'S composed strategies administering the administrations it outfits.

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§485.631(b)(1)(iii) Responsibilities of the Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy In conjunction with the doctor partner as well as attendant expert, Periodically audits the CAH'S quiet records, gives restorative requests, and gives therapeutic care administrations to the CAH patients.

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§485.631(b)(1)(iv) Responsibilities of the Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy Periodically surveys and signs the records of patients watched over by attendant professionals, clinical medical caretaker pros, or doctor associates, MD/DO must audit and sign ALL restorative records for patients administered to by mid-level experts at the CAH.

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Survey Procedures §485.631(b)(1)(iv) Select a specimen of inpatient and outpatient records, including both open and clos

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