Ambulatory Surgery Center Consulting
Policies and procedures are required for State licensure, Medicare certification, and accreditation. Policies and procedures must meet State and Federal regulations and laws as well as professional standards. All polices and procedures are based on OSHA, CDC, AORN, AAMI, ASA, NFPA Codes, the Code of Federal Regulations as well as other professional requirements and recommendations. Well-maintained policies and procedures are important for consistent patient care, efficient facility management, and prevention of fines for noncompliance.
Depending on a variety of factors, including your organizational structure, licensure, certification, or accreditation will be required for your facility. Licensure laws vary from state to state, Medicare certification is required for reimbursement, and accreditation is requested by many third-party payers during contract negotiation. Baromed, Inc. can guide you through any of these processes by assisting with applications, implementing programs and providing in-services.
Cost Analysis Reporting
As Managed Care, Capitation and cost based forms of reimbursement continue to develop as the predominant methodologies in healthcare, the identification, control and reduction of healthcare costs (resource consumption) will become increasingly important for all healthcare entities. The consumer will become a more discerning purchaser of services, the physician must treat the patient in a cost-effective manner while maintaining quality of care, and the hospital must manage the delivery of services to maximize efficiency while minimizing cost.
Procedure Cost Analysis
Procedure Cost Reporting
Surgical Services Procedure Cost Analysis
Karen J. Barrow kbarrow@Baromed.com
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