Long-term care providers can streamline compliance, save time and reduce errors with this seamless interface for submitting newly required staffing data
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requires long-term care providers to electronically submit direct care staffing information, including agency and contract staff, based on payroll and other auditable data. This staffing requirement is known as the Payroll-based Journal Entry (PBJ). GE Healthcare’s Centricity™ Time and Attendance can help providers meet PBJ electronic staffing data reporting requirements with its fully automated, flexible solution. Along with our dedicated experts who will help guide you through the transition, our solution helps you to reduce the administrative burden and simplify compliance by extracting data directly from Centricity Time and Attendance for accurate, streamlined submission to CMS.
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