The CMS Final Rule Requires New ADT Notifications

Quote from The CMS Final Rule Requires New ADT Notifications blog post that states, "Don't lose track of these requirements and their timelines. Ensure you remain in compliance with all regulations."

New Requirement: ADT Notifications

Published in the Federal Register today, May 1, 2020, the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access final rule provides new requirements for healthcare payers and providers to advance interoperability, put patients at the center of their healthcare and ensure they have access to their health information. Included in these requirements are the addition of new admission, discharge and /or transfer (ADT) notifications. This rule works in tandem with the ONC Interoperability, Information Blocking and the ONC Health IT Certification Program final rule, also published in the Federal Register on May 1, 2020. 

Pivot Point Perspective

To support this transition for your healthcare organization, we’ve provided our perspective on the updates, outlining key points of which you should be aware. In this Pivot Point Perspective, we highlight the following:

  1. Key provisions of the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access final rule
  2. Revisions made to the Medicare and Medicaid programs Conditions of Participation (COPs) 
  3. Action steps to prepare for the admission, discharge and /or transfer (ADT notifications) requirements 

Don’t lose track of these requirements and their timelines. Ensure you remain in compliance with all regulations listed by the CMS. Stay up to date by downloading the Pivot Point Perspective today.



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