Rick Curtis, CEO of The Center for Improvement in Health Quality (CIHQ), spoke with us recently about the change in the Medicare Conditions of Participation (CoP)’s requirements for a certified, integrated medical staff. This included great advice for becoming CMS compliant, along with the process for integrating bylaws and the role of leadership.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) strives to provide healthcare for every American. With it comes new laws, regulations and paperwork requirements that must be met in order to remain in proper compliance. For those healthcare providers who are not familiar with these new standards, it can make adherence a complicated and daunting process.
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In our symplr education webcast series, we’ve spoken to Rick Curtis, CEO of The Center for Improvement in Health Quality (CIHQ), who is a nationally recognized expert on the CoP (Conditions of Participation) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Certification and Survey Process. He recently spoke with us about the Medicare CoP and the new allowance for hospital systems to have a single organized, integrated medical staff.
In a recent blog post, we introduced Rick Curtis as our speaker of the month to discuss the tips and traps of telemedicine concerning CMS requirements. Rick Curtis is the current CEO of the Center for Improvement in health Quality (CIHQ) and is a distinguished speaker on CMS certification process.
Have you checked out symplr’s education series webcast? In our latest installment we welcome back Rick Curtis as our speaker of the month.
This month at the NAMSS conference, a medical staff professional, Chip, reminded me of a blog that I wrote a couple of years ago about 10 codes. For those of you who missed it or for those of you that could use a little humor, here it is for a second time!