Resources on the 2016 CMS emergency preparedness rule

Resources on the 2016 CMS emergency preparedness rule

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued a final rule requiring new emergency preparedness requirements for 17 types of health care providers, including hospitals, critical access hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, long-term care facilities, intermediate care facilities, and rural health clinics. Below are ASHE resources on this topic.

If you have a compliance question regarding the CMS emergency preparedness requirements, submit it here. ASHE will be answering frequently asked questions to help members understand these new requirements.

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CMS documents

Alerts and Tools

Webinars

  • CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule: Deciphering the Implications (October 24, 2016)