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To clarify our proposal regarding spending per beneficiary episode, all the data necessary for the severity of beneficiaries whose primary insurance spanning from 3 days prior to illness adjustment discussed later in becomes Medicaid during the episode, hospitalization through 30-days post this preamble. We are finalizing the policy exclusion of these episodes from the benefits, we will not include Medicaid that only discharges occurring within 30 calculation of the Medicare spending payments made for services rendered to days before the end of the performance per beneficiary is that we do not have those beneficiaries during the episode, period will be counted as index full payment data to identify and because this is a measure of Medicare admissions for purposes of calculating standardize spending which would spending per beneficiary, not Medicaid episodes. Part A payments made before benefits beneficiary episode as we gain more We received numerous public are exhausted and all Medicare Part B experience with the use of this measure comments on the payments proposed payments made during the episode, and as hospitals increasingly focus on for inclusion in the Medicare spending consistent with our policy for inclusion working to redesign care processes and per beneficiary measure. We intend to analyze the impact • Medicare Payments Included in the commenter requested clarification of the of including episodes in which Spending per Beneficiary Episode proposed handling of cases in which the beneficiaries’ primary insurance In order to calculate the Medicare beneficiary’s primary insurance changes to Medicaid in this measure spending per beneficiary, it is necessary becomes Medicaid during the episode, and will consider refinements to this to define the Medicare payments due to exhaustion of Medicare Part A policy in the future. Subject to the Response: We proposed to include in services rendered to beneficiaries who adjustments described below, we the spending per beneficiary episode all are eligible for both Medicare and proposed to include all Medicare Part A Medicare Part A and Part B payments Medicaid in the Medicare spending per and Part B payments made for services made for services provided to the beneficiary amount. In order to capture the inclusion of all Part A and Part B encourage the provision of potential efficiencies which hospitals Medicare spending during the Medicare comprehensive inpatient care, discharge might achieve through provision of spending per beneficiary episode will planning, and follow-up; and to comprehensive, high-quality inpatient penalize hospitals for ensuring that strengthen incentives to reduce care, discharge planning, and care beneficiaries receive needed post readmissions. The measure’s purpose With regard to exclusion of unrelated necessary to capture all Part A and Part is to assess the amount of payments readmissions, we acknowledge the B Medicare payments which occur Medicare makes surrounding an commenters who suggested that during the Medicare spending per inpatient hospital stay at a subsection unforeseen events which are unrelated beneficiary episode surrounding the (d) hospital, as compared to a national to the hospital stay could occur. We believe that hospitals However, we note that the measure is hospitals will be subject to the same which provide quality inpatient care consistent with all cause readmission method of calculation of their Medicare and appropriate discharge planning and measures and that determinations of the spending per beneficiary amounts, as work with providers and suppliers on degree of relatedness of each subsequent compared to the median Medicare appropriate follow-up care will realize hospital stay to an initial hospitalization spending per beneficiary amount across efficiencies and perform well on the could be subjective and prohibitively all hospitals, so we do not believe that measure, because the Medicare complex. We believe that inclusion of inclusion of all post-discharge follow-up beneficiaries they serve will have a all readmissions in the episode care will notably disadvantage any reduced need for excessive post attributable to the index hospital stay is individual hospital. We believe that the best way to encourage quality in response to public comment, we will including a 30-day post-discharge inpatient care, care coordination, and exclude statistical outliers from the period, as compared to a shorter post care transitions. We note that all calculation of the Medicare spending discharge period, such as 7 or 14 days, hospitals will be subject to the same per beneficiary amount, as discussed will further reduce the risk that method of calculation of their Medicare below. We also note that, in response hospital receiving the transfer, and for of readmissions in this measure. Two of to public comment, we will exclude consistency with the Hospital those commenters noted that statistical outliers from the calculation Readmissions Reduction Program. Six commenters Medicare spending per beneficiary that that the attribution of Medicare suggested that unrelated readmissions episode. At this time, we should not be attributed to the hospital consideration of the comments we will exclude cases involving acute to where the index hospitalization received, we are shortening the acute transfers from being considered occurred. A case involving an Response: We disagree with the included in the Medicare spending per acute to acute transfer will therefore not interpretation that the inclusion of beneficiary episode to 30 days in this generate a new Medicare spending per Medicare spending for readmissions is final rule, which is consistent with the beneficiary episode. The Medicare spending no services for conditions unrelated to (d) hospital will have an index per beneficiary measure is not a the index hospitalization should be admission attributed to them for an measure of readmission rates, but rather attributed to the hospital at which that acute-to-acute transfer case.

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