Inpatient rehabilitation facilities and long-term care hospitals have until Jan. 3 to review their quality data before it is publicly reported on the IRF Compare and LTCH Compare websites in March 2018. Providers also have until Jan. 3 to request a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services review if they believe their data is inaccurate.

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