PDPM Preparedness

Are You Prepared for PDPM?

Right now, many of you are wondering how the proposed Patient-Driven Payment Model, or PDPM for short, will impact your business. To be clear, this new reimbursement model is not just a revision of the current Resource Utilization Group (RUG) system. It’s a total overhaul of the payment model used by SNFs since 1998.

Based on what we currently know, reimbursement under PDPM will be primarily driven by a patient’s diagnosis, rather than the amount of therapy provided. This will impact the way future services are managed and delivered.

Although PDPM is currently still under consideration, we’ve assembled all the information we’ve learned so far. Our goal is to help you better understand this new, game-changing payment model.

We’re Responding with a Revolutionary Clinical Model.

Rest assured, TMC is staying ahead of the curve. We’re currently developing a proactive model of care versus the reactive model our industry uses now. This means better care for patients, and more efficient systems for you. In fact, we’ve already made impressive progress in a number of critical areas.

If you’d like to know more about how TMC is preparing for the PDPM change, and how our new processes can help you prepare, too, call us now at (800) 804-9961 or contact us.

I have had the pleasure of working with TMC for the past 4 years, and was so pleased with their services in Alabama, that we decided to partner with them in a second state with great success. TMC employs seasoned, local managers who meet regularly with our facility teams and provide excellent support to the therapists assigned to my facilities. Their software is cutting edge and has helped us succeed in today’s post-acute arena. Their census program has also greatly assisted us with admissions in one of our rural programs. I made the right decision when I decided to partner with TMC, and would say they are one of the most stable and proactive contract therapy companies I have ever worked with.
Chief Operating Officer, Skilled Nursing Facility Chain
Out of difficulties grow miracles.

Jean de la Bruyerre