The new Conditions of Participation (CoPs) for Home Health Agencies (HHAs) have been published, and agencies will soon be held accountable to new standards. In a recent webinar, Gina Mazza, a national leader on regulatory and compliance issues and a Partner and the Director of Fazzi’s Regulatory and Compliance Division, shares with HealthStream the details of the additions and revisions made to the existing conditions.
“The new CoPs are transforming our rulebook. It’s asking us as an industry to start working toward patient-centered, integrated care management and to use our data to make decisions,” Mazza explains. The changes and additions are extensive, specifically detailed, and will require close attention and hard work to implement.
Here are ten takeaways about the new standards:
Watch the full CoPs Webinar here.
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