It Has A Substantial Opportunity To Make A Difference For Patients, Said Nancy Foster, A Vice President At The American Hospital Association.

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The rule would apply to information not only about nursing homes but also about home health agencies, rehabilitation hospitals and other facilities and services that patients may need after a hospital stay. It has a substantial opportunity to make a difference for patients, said Nancy Foster, a vice president at the American Hospital Association. But the rule does not spell out what information the hospitals must share, and it has yet to be finalized - more than a year after Medicare proposed it. And it faces resistance in Congress: The chairman of House Freedom Caucus, Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., has included it on a list of regulations Republicans should block early next year. The government has created other incentives for hospitals to make sure their patient placements are good. For instance, Medicare cuts payments to hospitals when too many discharged patients return within a month. Hospitals didnt use to care that much, said David Grabowski, a professor of health-care policy at Harvard Medical School. They just wanted to get patients out. Now theres a whole set of payment systems that reward hospitals for good discharges. But sometimes hospitals go too far in pushing patients toward their own nursing homes. In 2013, for instance, regulators faulted a Wisconsin hospital for not disclosing its ties when it referred patients to its own nursing home, which Medicare rated below average.

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