It’s About Time.
Versalus Health represents the next phase in the evolution of Medicare compliance. Since the Two-Midnight (2 MN) rule was introduced in 2013, it has been the subject of great scrutiny, debate and confusion. Hospitals have been inundated with a deluge of opinion, process changes and guidance. Most providers are following a hybrid approach – straddling old methods and new. The Versalus team recognized that the 2 MN rule represented an opportunity for hospitals to streamline their processes, efficiently utilize resources, and maintain a high level of compliance and confidence.
Most legacy vendors have responded to the sweeping changes associated with the 2 MN rule with a “business as usual” approach. They have tweaked existing methods, layered on burdensome processes and saddled hospitals with unnecessary costs. Ironically, this complex, high intensity approach can result in lower compliance and increased risk.What We Do
What We Do
The 2 MN rule provides an operational roadmap to providers – one that requires reimagining of how hospital resources are used and how to assess risk. Versalus Health provides hospitals with a robust compliance program that frees internal case management resources and provides the unusual benefit of a lower cost program with better results: High Compliance at a Lower Cost.
This robust process is vital to address the challenges associated with compliance requirements due to the CMS Regulations, the Affordable Care Act, DOJ instructions, and an OIG Work Plan.Find Out Who We Are
Who We Are
How can Versalus Health be so confident in its approach? Because no team has more collective experience.
Among the Versalus Health founders are key physician executives who launched and built Executive Health Resources (EHR): Drs. Robert Corrato, Joseph Zebrowitz and Thomas McCarter. Over their careers, they have been trusted advisors to thousands of hospitals and along with their team of Physician Advisors, have performed concurrent reviews on millions of Medicare short-stay cases, overturned thousands of Medicare denials and successfully defended scores of hospitals under investigation by the DOJ and OIG. Their ability to create compliant processes in accordance with regulations, and then to alter those processes in response to regulatory changes, was central to that trust. They recognized the paradigm shift brought about by the 2 MN rule and responded by founding Versalus Health.Get in Touch With Us
Versalus Health is Hiring!!
We are an innovative, rapidly growing, physician led organization with a vibrant culture that promotes a positive work/life balance. We cultivate an open, collaborative environment and offer physicians an opportunity to utilize their hard-earned clinical skills. Come join our team, and together we can positively impact healthcare!
- Full Time and Part Time Medical Director positions
- If you are interested learning more about the opportunities please email Holly Brenneman at email@example.com.
Why Now? It’s About Time!
The 2016 OPPS, 2016 OIG Work Plan and September 2016 resumption of the BFCC-QIO audit process reinforce CMS’s commitment to the 2 MN rule. The time to act is now.
Now is the time to assure that compliance with current regulations is achieved and maintained. Now is the time to ensure that Case Management and internal physician resources are devoted to objectives that produce the most value. Now is the time to recognize that many vendors are unable to adapt and are not equipped to deliver a solution that truly meets the needs and interests of hospitals today.
Learn more by contacting Tom Dougherty at firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-680-8006. After all, the 2 MN rule itself signifies that it’s about time.