LeadingAge Ohio is a nonprofit organization that represents approximately 500 long-term care organizations and hospices, as well as those providing ancillary health care and housing services, in more than 150 Ohio towns and cities. The continuum of care reflected by the member organizations serve an estimated 400,000 elderly Ohioans daily and employ more than 35,000 persons statewide.
Senior services providers include senior housing, both subsidized and market rate, adult day care, home- and community-based services, assisted living and skilled nursing. A majority of LeadingAge Ohio members are faith-based and provide many or all of these services.
LeadingAge Ohio is a member-driven organization, with leadership elected by peers from around the state. The leadership team is composed of the Board of Directors, including executive committee officers; regional directors, responsible for organizing in-district member meetings; and delegates, who represent LeadingAge Ohio at our national organization. Strategic committees, action councils and special interest groups comprised of members from around the state help to develop and oversee governing policies and positions.
NURSING FACILITY COST REPORT SENSITIVE INFORMATION
EVERY CERTIFIED NURSING FACILITY PROVIDER should be getting their quality point for the PELI instrument. Cheryl Guyman, Nursing Facility Policy Administrator, Ohio Department of Medicaid has confirmed that there is nothing in rule to prevent a facility from using MDS Section F:
Terry Moore from the Department of Medicaid (ODM) released final prices based upon updated inflation factors and a detail audit from Myers & Stuffer, LLP. The good news is all prices are higher than the originally projected prices released in December. If you use the SWA average Medicaid case mix of 2.6500, the increased prices average $1.53 per day.
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2017 Proposed Hospice Wage Index Rule: Time to Comment