Providers of long-term care face a challenging and more stringent regulatory arena with decreased federal and state dollars. Whether it is to streamline your financial and cost reporting processing, maintain good patient care and positive survey outcomes, or to stay up to date on changes in rules and in compliance, CBSI is ready to work with you to help navigate these troubled waters.
Consolidated Billing Services Inc. (CBSI) is dedicated to meeting the changing needs of Long Term Care providers. We offer a complete range of financial and clinical services to assist with continued compliance, timely billing, good patient care, positive survey outcomes, enhanced cash flow and accurate revenue recognition. If your facility takes care of the elderly and is Medicare or Medicaid certified, CBSI can help assure your success in this ever more challenging market.
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CBSI launches LTC-Pathways.com an online tool that provides post-acute and short-term acute care settings information to measure performance. Providers need to understand their market position when dealing with preferred provider networks and accountable care organizations.
Your team will be able to use LTC-Pathways reports, including our proprietary SNF Report Card, to identify those areas of strength and opportunities for improvement.
We are please to announce that our SNF Pocket Guide originally published in hard cover in 2002 is now available on the Apple Store. The original hard cover addition sold hundreds of copies. We are very proud of our development team in creating our first ever app.
The Pocket Guide for Nurses should be used to guide clinical staff in writing a concise, thorough, and accurate note to document the resident’s skilled Medicare need. The guide includes everything from Medicare SNF coverage guidelines to specific documentation guidelines as well as risks associated with certain conditions. The original guide was written by clinicians with years of experience working with skilled nursing facilities and Medicare coverage guidelines.