Inpatient rehabilitation facilities and long-term care hospitals have until Sept. 30 to review their 2016 quality data before it is publicly reported on the IRF Compare and LTCH Compare websites in December. Providers also have until Sept. 30 to request a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services review if they believe their data is inaccurate. For more information, see the CMS notice.

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