1 Life Care Plan vs. Medical Cost Projection: Claims Management Tools
2 Nurse Case Manager Life Care Planner Lynn works for: Stubbe & Associates
3 Miller Park Crain Accident
4 Life Care Plans What is a life care plan and Medical Cost Projection? Who is qualified to complete? What is the industry standard? How to use a life care plan or Medical Cost Projection?
5 Similar but different.
6 Need LCP MCP Litigation X Financial Planning X X Vocational Planning X X Medical Guidelines for future care Reserve Setting Case Management X X X
7 LIFE CARE: MEDICAL COST : Legal document active litigation and reactive Occurs toward the end of active treatment Assessment based on inperson interview, review of medical records and provider communication Extensive legal document with medical research Reserve planning - proactive Can occur at any point in treatment Assessment based on medical records review and provider communication In-person meeting is optional Medical research covering a portion of care
8 Written plan for future care to avoid duplication of services Provides guide for cost effective management of medical care Provides communication among providers Keeps lines of communication open Medical needs and costs are forecasted annually and for lifetime Provides a pricing guideline Research based- nationally accepted standards of care
9 The Life Care Planner utilizes the nursing process, collects and analyzes client specific data to prepare the dynamic document. The plan is an organized estimate of what is reasonable and necessary for current and future healthcare needs for a particular individual over an estimated life span.
12 Interview Medical Record Review LCP Assessment Written Communication with Providers Outcome Identification /Medical Research Recommendations /Cost Research Written Plan
13 Introduction, Case Summary Life Expectancy / Rated Age Chronology of the Medical Record Review Past Medical History Summary of Care Functional Status, Limitations Anticipated Treatment Potential Complications LCP Recommendations
14 Medical Care, Physician Appointments Procedures, Hospitalizations, Surgeries Education, Evaluations, Therapy Laboratory and Diagnostic Testing Medications Supplies, Equipment Orthotics, Prosthetics Aides for Independent Living Home Furnishings Home Care
15 Facility Care Case Management Transportation Vocational Needs Health and Strength Maintenance Architectural Renovations Summary of Costs
16 MCP may be limited or task specific Often used in less serious types of injuries or for a specific period of time May be requested for one procedure only such as a surgery or spinal cord stimulator Not a legal document Requires less time to complete
17 Certified Nurse Life Care Planner Certified Life Care Planner Legal Document vs Plan in Progress Home Visit Begin early in injury vs when claimant is stabilized
18 CASE DISCUSSION
19 DOI 6/3/13 MVA (Roll-Over motor vehicle accident) 65 year old worker Occupation Dump Truck Driver Taken by Flight for Life to UW Madison Hospital and admitted to ICU Initial diagnosis cervical spine fracture Multiple surgeries C3 Laminoplasty C5 Laminectomy C5-6 reconstruction and fusion
20 Permanent Cervical Paralysis Complicated by Decreased oxygen saturation Angina Pleural effusion Congestive heart failure Confusion Pneumonia Insomnia Transferred to Craig Hospital for rehabilitation
21 Treatment/ Item Purpose Timeframe Frequency Unit Cost Lifetime Cost Resource UW Madison To treat acute injury June 3, 2013 through July 9, 2013 One time $377, facility charges $156, physician fees $533, UW Hospital Craig Hospital To provide in-patient rehab post acute injury July 9, 2013 admission One time $6, per day cost $478, Craig Hospital Additional Information: Craig Hospital costs averaged $6, per day. Average length of stay for quadriplegic was weeks.
22 Similar claim example as Example #1 DOI 6/3/14 65 year old dump truck driver involved in roll-over MVA resulting in cervical injury and paralysis Request is to capture first year of medical cost projections
23 Treatment/ Item Purpose Timeframe Frequency Unit Cost Lifetime Cost Resource UW Madison To treat acute injury June 3, 2013 through July 9, 2013 One time $377, facility charges $156, physician fees $533, UW Hospital Craig Hospital To provide in-patient rehab post acute injury July 9, 2013 admission One time $6, per day cost 474, Craig Hospital Additional Information: Craig Hospital costs averaged $6, per day. Average length of stay for quadriplegic was weeks. Client stayed for 20 weeks.
24 TABLE TABLE Evaluations Out-Patient Medical Care Hospitalizations/Procedures Laboratory and Diagnostic Testing Medications Therapy Durable Medical Equipment Medical Supplies Wheelchairs, Accessories, Maintenance Orthotics, Prosthetics Facility Care Home Care Education Assistive technology / Independent Living Support Home Modifications, Furnishings Case Management Transportation Health Maintenance TOTAL ONE YEAR COST ESTIMATE Evaluations $ Out-Patient Medical Care $ Hospitalizations/Procedures 1,008, Laboratory and Diagnostic Testing $5, Medications $4, Therapy $ Durable Medical Equipment $7, Medical Supplies $4, Wheelchairs, Accessories, Maintenance $12, Orthotics, Prosthetics $ Facility Care $33, Home Care $239, Education 0 Assistive technology / Independent Living Support $1, Home Modifications, Furnishings $8, Case Management $4, Transportation $5, Health Maintenance 0 TOTAL $1,337, Yr COST ESTIMATE $ $ ,008, $5, $4, $ $7, $4, $12, $ $33, $239, $1, $8, $4, $5, $1,337,394.70
25 Same accident as Example #1 Medical Cost Projection 65 year old dump truck driver involved in roll-over accident resulting in cervical paralysis Following rehabilitation at Craig Hospital; transferred back to skilled nursing facility Discharged: Home with 24/7 care as of 3/13/14
26 Continued struggle with respiratory insufficiency, DVTs, skin breakdown, sleep apnea, arrhythmias, bundle branch block and depression Sensitive to medications Rated age done and median age determined to be 74 with 11.8 year life expectancy Life care plan is an expansive document will show following charts to illustrate the cost/reserve information that can be obtained
27 Treatment/ Item Purpose Timeframe Frequency Unit Cost Annual Cost Lifetime Cost Resource PM&R office visits To manage medical and functional issues August 2013 throughout lifetime 3 times a year $ $ $4, WI fee schedule Neurosurgery office visits Urology office visits To assess and treat post spine injury To manage issues relating to neurogenic bladder August 2013 throughout lifetime August 2013 throughout lifetime 2 post discharge 2x/year and 5 additional $ $35.61 $ $ $ $3, WI fee schedule WI fee schedule Psychology visits To assess/treat psychological issues August 2013 throughout lifetime 15 visits $ $ $1, WI fee schedule Cardiologist To assess/treat cardiac complications August 2013 throughout lifetime 2 visits $ $35.61 $ WI fee schedule Additional Information: Craig Hospital recommends an annual visit to Craig Hospital. Client will need a local PM&R also. Neurosurgery will expect a couple visits post discharge and then again if needed. Urology visits may be more frequent if urinary tract infections become frequent. Psychiatry/Psychology visits may be needed initially and as client ages. Sometimes referrals are needed to pulmonology, podiatry and general surgery for respiratory and skin breakdown issues. Visit frequencies are based on the recommendations made by Life Care Planning Case Management Handbook.
28 Treatment/ Item Purpose Timeframe Frequency Unit Cost Annual Cost Lifetime Cost Resource Craig Hospital To provide in-patient rehab post acute injury August 2013 through October 9, 2013 One time See below $33, $391, Craig Hospital CorVel Corporation Craig Hospital To provide ongoing evaluation, address issues August 2013 throughout lifetime Annually $5,000 to $7,000 plus radiology costs $6, $70, Craig Hospital CorVel Corporation Emergency room Usage To address urgent medical needs August 2013 throughout lifetime 1x/year $1,500 to $3,500 per visit $2, $23, Additional Information: Craig Hospital costs are $142, from 7/9/13 through 7/31/13, which is an average of $6, per day. According to CorVel, the agreed upon reimbursement is 75% of billed charges.
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