COVID-19 CMS Waivers Fact Sheet

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We are committed to bringing you exceptional revenue cycle results so you can focus on caring for your patients and communities. Our team of subject matter experts has been monitoring and preparing for the latest COVID-19 updates.

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NAHAM Connections | Acting With Empathy During COVID-19

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Fear, frustration, panic, anger, confusion … we have all been dealing with these emotions (and many others) during the COVID-19 pandemic. The amount of media attention, whether social media or news media, keeps these emotions at or near the surface seemingly all the time. Our way of life has been impacted in ways we never anticipated or imagined. As a result of these significant disruptions, it is crucial for all of us to demonstrate empathy in each and every encounter — for our patients, our coworkers and ourselves.

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Ensemble Health Partners Receives “Best in KLAS” Designation for Full Revenue Cycle Outsourcing

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Only Organization in the Country to Receive Designation MASON, Ohio Jan. 31, 2020 Ensemble Health Partners, a leading innovator in revenue cycle management, has been awarded the “Best in KLAS” designation for full revenue cycle outsources services. The designation recognizes that out of all the companies reviewed that offer full revenue cycle outsourcing, Ensemble was ranked

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Ensemble Health Partners, in support of Mercy Health, Receives HFMA’s 2019 MAP Award for High Performance in Revenue Cycle

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Ensemble Health Partners, in support of Mercy Health, has been named as a recipient of the 2019 MAP Award for High Performance in Revenue Cycle, sponsored by the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA). As a national award winner, Ensemble Health Partners, in support of Mercy Health, has met industry-standard revenue cycle benchmarks

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Navigating Patient Access during COVID-19

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Patient Access is often referred to within Revenue Cycle as the “front line” or front-end operations. By definition, the term front line is used to describe the military members closest to battle. With the ongoing state and federal restrictions limiting public gatherings, school closures, social distancing, and hospitals experiencing high volume Emergency Department visits, Patient Access is now more than ever a “front line” in the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Frontlines of COVID-19

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In this webinar you’ll hear a series of Doctors sharing their experience and knowledge around fighting the COVID-19 novel virus pandemic. Dr. Trinh and Dr. Johar are physician advisors at Ensemble Health Partners.

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State 1135 Waivers to CMS

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Overnight, there were about a dozen new state 1135 waiver approvals. Our team is continuing to track these ongoing updates and document them in this guide:
Updated April 2020

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COVID-19 and Epic: Patient Friendly Billing Guide

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CMS has granted certain “blanket waivers” as a result of the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID19) pandemic. However, it is important to understand that those blanket waivers only pertain to federal requirements. For all impacts and issues governed by Medicaid laws and regulations, States must individually apply to CMS to avail themselves of Section 1135 waivers. Moreover, state-submitted 1135 wavier requests are the best opportunity for states to submit all the “case-by-case” waiver or modification requests as there is no one size fits all solution to mitigating the impact of a global pandemic.

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NAHAM Connections | Using Empathy to Create a Positive Patient Experience

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Fear, frustration, panic, anger, confusion… we have all been dealing with these emotions (and many others) during the COVID-19 pandemic. The amount of media attention, whether social media or news media, keeps these emotions at or near the surface seemingly all the time. Our way of life has been impacted in ways we never anticipated or imagined. As a result of these significant disruptions, it is crucial for all of us to demonstrate empathy in each and every encounter — for our patients, our coworkers and ourselves.

 

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