The CMS Rule for admission, discharge and transfer (ADT) notification for condition of participating (CoP) went into effect May 1, 2021. The rule signals the industry’s attempt to open the communication door between health systems and the post-acute downstream provider team, which is part of the larger, more encompassing Interoperability and Patient Access Rule; it applies to all hospitals, including critical access and behavioral.
Now that the ADT Rule is in effect, what do health organizations need to consider? Or what happens if you’re a hospital and you have yet to comply?
On this Consensus and Answers Media Network webinar, two thought leaders discuss this rule, the impact on hospitals and what organizations need to look at going forward.
• Requirements and impact
• Easy updates to send actionable data to the downstream team
• Progress moving down the care continuum path
• Getting the most from your technology now and into the future
• What can you do to be more effective now that the rule has passed
• Q&A Panelists:
Kathryn Ayers Wickenhauser, MBA, CHPC, CHTS
Director of Communications, DirectTrust
Bronwen Huron, BSN, RN, MS, PMP
Head of Consensus Healthcare Product, Consensus