AHA to CMS Re: Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Case Mix Groupings Methodology and Considerations for Upcoming FY Proposed Rules

The American Hospital Association urges the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to use its upcoming proposed rules for IRFs and other post-acute care providers to address several issues related to the implementation of the revised case-mix grouping policies.

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