Inpatient rehabilitation facilities and long term care hospitals that do not submit to Medicare data on specific quality measures soon will see their Medicare payments reduced by 2 percent under payment policy changes becoming effective within months.
Starting this year, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will send letters to Medicare contractors listing providers who have not met quality data reporting requirements, and these providers will be subject to reduced reimbursement.
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