CMS recently announced the extension of the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement Advanced (BPCI-A) model. Join us for this informative webinar as experts provide an overview of the model, including updates for 2024 participation, application considerations, and program details. Organizations that have never applied for BPCI-A, as well as current BPCI-A participants, will benefit from […]
CHA is hosting a webinar to increase awareness about the program and provide information on the benefits to patients, eligibility requirements, access to services, and much more. Hear from Partners in Care Foundation, a leader in Multipurpose Senior Services, on success stories, care management experience, and where to find care in your area.
Join Amanda Hayes-Kibreab, partner, and Alana Broe, associate at King & Spalding, as they share insights on the No Surprises Act.
To increase access to comprehensive care coordination, care management, and a broad array of services for Medi-Cal beneficiaries, CalAIM is standardizing Medi-Cal Long-Term Care (LTC) across the state. Effective January 1, all managed care plans must authorize and cover medically necessary LTC services at Skilled Nursing Facilities.
This webinar will provide a review of new state laws affecting all hospitals that treat patients on an involuntary psychiatric hold including hospital emergency departments and inpatient psychiatric services. It will describe the intersection of hospital EMTALA requirements and the involuntary psychiatric hold process. Audience:Health Care Executives, Case Managers, Social Workers, Risk Managers, Emergency Department […]
Significant changes impacting hospitals are coming with the governor’s announcement that the COVID-19 State of Emergency will end on February 28, 2023. Many state waivers will end and hospitals will need to plan in order to continue certain practices and operations. Experts from CHA and CDPH will address key issues and take questions during this […]
On January 1, 2023, those enrolled in Medicare and Medi-Cal and who currently receive their Medi-Cal benefits through traditional fee-for-service will have their Medi-Cal benefits transitioned to Medi-Cal managed care statewide, which could mean changes for you.
FEMA public assistance represents an important source of funding to help governmental and not-for-profit hospitals and health systems offset COVID-19 related expenses. However, CHA members have experience numerous delays in getting their applications processed.
Get ready for federally mandated changes to the Preadmission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR) process going into effect July 2023.
The state retention pay program represents an important step our state is taking toward recognizing the invaluable contributions of California’s health care workers.