Discuss how the CMS reimbursement rules for never events required a shift in the patient care delivery model in inpatient facilities.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) declines Medicare reimbursement for eleven healthcare-acquired conditions and prohibits health care centres from charging the patients directly for these incidents that ought to never take place (never events). This means that the liability patient falls regarding inpatient facilities that incur expenses that stem up from the outlined complications. According to CMS, the outlined conditions are preventable via evidence based guidelines and as such, hospitals ought to take appropriate precautions for preventing and protecting the patients from becoming victims of the hospital acquired complications (Daniel & Makary, 2016.)…..Please click the icon below to purchase full solution at $5