With the November 16, 2017 deadline approaching, it is important that your facility is compliant with the CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule in order to receive Medicare and Medicaid benefits, Looking at the key components of the final rule Intermedix set out to deliver suppliers and providers a condensed five-page view including the primary areas of plan development and compliance for Emergency Preparedness.
When reviewing the final rule, we determined the key demands for each one of the 17 provider types identified by CMS in the following four categories:
- Emergency Plan
- Policies & Procedures
- Communication Plan
- Training & Testing
Download our Development Planning and Compliance Matrix on the CMS Emergency Preparedness Final Rule to determine the areas in which your facility is compliant, as well as define the gaps that need to be improved upon by the November 16, 2017 deadline.