05 Mar 65 How Government Policy Is Changing Therapy with Daneen Groomes
Posted at 08:07h in Podcast
Daneen Grooms, MHSA, is ASHA’s director of health reform analysis and advocacy. Her focus is on advocating for the inclusion of audiologists and speech-language pathologists in health reform initiatives, including alternative payment models.
She is liaison to the Center for Consumer Information & Insurance Oversight and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
This episode is not just for Speech Therapists. Daneen visits with Scott about how current and future healthcare changes are affecting not only therapy but private practice.
Email Daneen: dgrooms @ asha.org (no spaces)
Here is some of what we cover:
What type of alternative payment models are happening right now?
What do these payment models mean for therapy and private practice?
What about 3rd party evaluations? Who is doing them and what is it?
Who controls the money in the “Episodes of Care Payment Model?”
What’s the best way for a practice owner to access the money?
How can we be informed and what can we do?
How do therapists prove our quality outcomes?
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