On-Demand Learning

IPPS Proposed Rule Discussion — Participant Information

Program originally recorded May 25, 2022

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued its federal fiscal year (FFY) 2023 inpatient prospective payment system (IPPS) proposed rule – join us as we discuss what’s changing and what the greatest impacts could be.

Comments on the proposed rule are due to CMS by June 17, in this webinar CHA will share the latest information and provide plenty of time for Q&A. Issues to be covered include:

  • Medicare DSH
  • Wage Index
  • Medicare Dependent Hospital and Low Volume Adjustment
  • Graduate Medical Education
  • Hospital Performance-Based Quality Programs
  • Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) Program
  • Promoting Interoperability Program
  • Quality Program Requests for Information (RFI)
  • Reporting of COVID-19 Data and Future Pandemics 
  • Payment Adjustment for Domestically Made N95 Respirators
  • Market Basket Weight Setting

Join this webinar to learn more. 

Audience: CEO, CFO, Government Relations, Finance and Reimbursement

Megan Howard
Vice PresidentFederal Policy
California Hospital Association
As Vice President, Federal Policy for CHA, Megan Howard is responsible for providing leadership on federal regulatory issues related to health care finance, quality and patient safety, and hospital and post-acute provider related issues. Based in the Washington, D.C. office, Megan works with her counterpart Chad Mulvany, CHA issue managers and national hospital associations on analysis and policy development for advocacy purposes.

Chad Mulvany
Vice President, Policy
California Hospital Association
Chad Mulvany is responsible for providing leadership on federal hospital reimbursement issues and contributes on other federal regulatory matters. Based in CHA’s Washington, DC, Office, Chad collaborates with CHA’s vice president, federal regulatory policy, CHA’s senior vice president, federal relations, CHA issue managers and national hospital associations on analysis and policy development for advocacy purposes.

For additional assistance and other inquiries, email CHA’s Education Department at [email protected].