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The Final 2023 Inpatient Hospital PPS Rule

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Wednesday, September 14, 2022
– 11 a.m. ET
Virtual Webcast

$99   Member Rate
$149   Non-Member Rate

The Final 2023 Inpatient Hospital PPS Rule

Wednesday, September 14, 2022 from 9 - 11 a.m. ET

 Join us at MHA’s annual program to review the final inpatient PPS rule. We’ll cover all of the critical changes and updates important to hospitals. Learn from expert speaker Marc Hartstein during this virtual session as he covers important updates surrounding IPPS 2023.
 
The program will focus on current and future policy changes, including:
 
Changes to the IPPS Standardized Amounts
New Technology Add-on Payments
Social Determinants of Health
Changes to Graduate Medical Education
Disproportionate Share and Uncompensated Care Payments including Change to Section 1115 Waiver Days Policy
Wage Index Policies
Reporting of COVID-19 and Seasonal Influenza
Subsidizing Domestic Manufactured N95 Surgical Masks



Faculty:
Marc Hartstein, Principal, HPA

Marc joined HPA after 26 years with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). He held several management and staff positions during his time at CMS, most recently as the director of the Hospital and Ambulatory Policy Group. At CMS, Marc was central to the development of the Medicare Severity DRGs, the 2-midnight rule, Medicare policy for off-campus hospital outpatient departments, the misvalued code initiative, and regulations to implement Medicare’s new clinical laboratory fee schedule, among other policies. Marc’s experience gives him detailed knowledge of the workings of the executive branch of government, but he also has worked extensively with the legislative branch. He has assisted in the drafting of legislation, working with the Congressional committees that have subject matter jurisdiction over Medicare. Marc has a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Minnesota’s Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs and a bachelor’s degree in political science and economics from the University of Vermont.


Written cancellations received by September 7, 2022 will be charged a $25 administrative fee. If payment has been received, your registration fee will be refunded minus the $25. Cancellations received after September 7, 2022 will still be charged the full registration fee and if payment has been received, no refunds will be given. To avoid this penalty, you may send a substitute to the program.

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