R2R Workshop Handouts


 Roadmap to Reform (R2R): Cardiac Rehabilitation for the Future - The Time Is Now

Monday, March 13th, 2017
12PM - 6PM ET

Phoenix Park Hotel 
520 North Capitol St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Instructors: Thomas A. Draper, MBA, FAACVPR, President, AACVPR; Dale Summers, Director, Division of Finance and Benefits, CMS; Christa M. Zalewski, RN, BSN, Division of Finance and Benefits, CMS; Karen Lui, RN, MS, MAACVPR; Marjorie King, MD, FACC, MAACVPR; Steven Keteyian, PhD, FAACVPR; Amy Knight, PhD; Ana Mola, PhD, MAACVPR; Todd Brown, MD, MSPH, FAACVPR, President Elect, AACVPR

This workshop is being made possible, in part, by an educational grant from Life Systems International (LSI): 

  

In July 2017 the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is implementing two pilot reimbursement models creating incentives for hospitals to deliver better cardiac interventions at a lower cost. With respect to cardiac rehabilitation (CR) services, the new structure includes bundled payment models for AMI and CABG and an additional CR incentive reimbursement. As a national leader in CR services, AACVPR has assembled a group of experts in the field to present a workshop to help you understand these models and guide you through changes that will enhance your program's ability to improve services to patients.

After completing this workshop, you will be able to:
- Assess their program’s strengths and weaknesses
- Build new initiatives to enhance their program’s sustainability
- Design effective methods for improving patient adherence and compliance
- Understand challenges of the forthcoming regulatory environment

Presentation Materials:

Agenda

Episode Payment Models and CR Incentive Payment Model 101 - Slides - Handouts

Grassroots Strategies for Improving Adherence - Slides - Handouts

Medicare Advantage Plans 101 - Slides - Handouts

Practical Steps to Operating a Cost-effective CR Service - Slides - Handouts

Quality Improvement - Know Your Numbers and Program Metrics - Slides - Handouts

Doing Away with Outdated Dogma in Cardiac Rehabilitation - We Own This - Handouts