Hospital Reimbursement Changes

January 2014
Illinois Register;1/10/2014, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p882
The article presents a notice from the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services on the general provisions of its adopted amendments on hospital reimbursement. Among the topics discussed include the reductions in hospital rate, prospective payment systems (PPS) for diagnosis related groups (DRG), and adjustment for potential prevention in patient readmissions.


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