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Complying with the No Surprises Act (0)
This column provides basic compliance requirements for the No Surprise Act specifically related to disclosures, notices to patients, and good faith estimates.
Reporting Split/Shared Visits in 2022 and Beyond
Changes to the split/shared policy are summarized, including definitions, reporting rules, and information about new modifier FS.
Optimizing Perioperative Services Inventory Can Save Time, Reduce Costs
Summarizes the findings of a study that implemented a quality improvement model in the perioperative setting.
Journal Study Examines Postdischarge Disparities for Non-English Proficient Patients
Summarizes the findings of a study that underscores the critical role clear communication plays in patient care, particularly for patients with limited English proficiency.
QI Project Aims to Reduce Surgical Specimen Collection Errors
Outlines best practices for reducing errors in the surgical specimen collection process, including standard specimen triage and transport practices.
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- The QPP in 2022
- Journal article focuses on sustainability strategies to reduce OR waste
- New campaign encourages patients to Speak Up Against Discrimination in health care
- New study focuses on distractions, interruptions during surgical counting
- Reporting excision of soft tissue tumor codes
- New workplace violence prevention standards take effect January 2022
- The 21st Century Cures Act Final Rule
- 2020 Eisenberg Award winners show dedication to QI despite challenges of pandemic
- New award recognizes hospitals that are working to reduce health care disparities
- Joint Commission launches new advanced certification program in spine surgery
- What surgeons should know about: Reporting new office/outpatient E/M codes
- Vaccination hesitancy and a positive response to the call to action for volunteers
- COVID 19: Looking back on the past year’s challenges
- Where there’s smoke: Quick Safety article recommends safety precautions
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