RCD Hits Pause – Don’t Mess With Texas?

UPDATE 8-17-2020: The Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) continues to roll out across the country, and it is more important than ever for home health agencies to fully understand the changes it brings to ensure they are prepared for its impacts and develop a fully compliant process. Download our new eBook and start preparing for RCD... Continue Reading →

RCD: The Choices Made

The CMS Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) begins June 1st, and our experts dive into RCD: the choices made during the selection period. Now that the CMS Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) project has arrived in Illinois, Palmetto GBA posted an item of interest that shows the breakdown of home health agency selections. Here are the posted... Continue Reading →

RCD and UPICs – Part 2

QIRT Alerts' April 9th blog posed questions about the relationship between RCD and UPICs. QIRT experts asked: what happens when you have a Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) project and are under the Unified Program Integrity Contractor (UPIC) reviews? And we followed that with many more questions. Since then, "The Review Choice Demonstration HH Team" provided... Continue Reading →

RCD: More on the CMS FAQs Update

Last week, CMS updated its Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the pending Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) project. Some of these merit additional scrutiny and comment since the selection window (via Palmetto GBA’s eServices portal) has started for Illinois home care agencies. Taken from the “Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) for Home Health Services Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)”, updated 4/18/19.... Continue Reading →

RCD: CMS FAQs Add Some Clarity

Last week, CMS updated its Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the pending Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) project. Some of these merit additional scrutiny and comment since the selection window (via Palmetto GBA’s eServices portal) has started for Illinois agencies. From the “Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) for Home Health Services Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)”, updated 4/18/19: Question... Continue Reading →

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