PDPM Claim-Processing Fix by CMS

CMS Confirms Some PDPM Claim-Processing Errors, Promises Fix by October The federal government on Thursday acknowledged some errors in processing Medicare claims under the new payment system for nursing homes, promising to make a full correction by the start of its next fiscal year. The main issue has to do with the sequence of initial claim filings for Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) reimbursements, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced in a…

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ADL to Release FDB Targeted Medication

ADL is adding Innovative Medication Decision Support to provide Actionable Guidance for Clinicians Using FDB’s Targeted Medication Warnings™ the ADL/EMR will be able to leverage patient-specific, contextual clinical information within the EHR to identify only patients that manifest prescribing risks, so that resulting clinical guidance is more meaningful, actionable and presented at appropriate times in the clinical workflow. Clinical Guidance with a Patient-First Approach Targeted Medication Warnings is the only commercially available medication decision support…

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Latest ADL EMR Update

ADL Data is releasing an interim EMR update This update includes many changes to the software user interface and AI (Artificial Intelligence) that will reduce the amount of data entry and better verify the consistency of the data. Extensive user interface changes were made to simply locate functions and reports. The Chromium web browser engine has been upgraded to its latest release, providing more functionality and better security.        …

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Order Entry Quick Reference Sheets

Coming Up: Order Entry Quick Reference Sheets Need a refresher? Are you new to ADL? Quick reference sheets will help you along the way. Reference sheets will be found in the Help > Quick Reference section of the Optimum Order Entry module, after the next software release. Guides will include: • Entering a Weaning Dose • Changing the Scheduled Time of Order • Entering…

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ONC Health IT Certification Program Updates

Beginning January 1, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will require that Part D ePrescribing be conducted using solely the NCPDP SCRIPT Standard Version 2017071. As a result, developers of 2015 Edition certified Health IT Modules certified to the ePrescribing criterion adopted at 45 CFR 170.315(b)(3) are permitted to update their products to use the NCPDP SCRIPT Standard Version 2017071 to meet CMS’ Part D ePrescribing compliance requirements.      …

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