CMS Termination Letter: What to Expect and How to Prepare

acc_article_cms-termination-letterIf your hospital has received a Statement of Deficiencies (CMS Form 2567) with Notice of Immediate Jeopardy or Notice of Termination, it has been determined that your hospital has a condition-level deficiency. This means your hospital is not in substantial compliance with one or more of the CMS Conditions of Participation.

Condition-level deficiencies are more serious than element-level or standard-level deficiencies, as hospitals must be in compliance with all CoPs to continue participation in the Medicare program. It is critical that you know how to respond to a CMS termination letter.

The Greeley Company invites you to download a complimentary copy of CMS Termination Letter: What to Expect and How to Prepare, recently published in Becker’s Hospital Review. This article includes the five critical actions hospitals in this situation must take.

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