A-la-carte PDPM-Related Best-Practice CE Eligible PDPM Academy Webinars

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 In-depth education will include six pre-recorded webinars starting in March 2020 with continuing education (CE) credits and accompanied by AHCA-developed guidance, tool kits, or other resources. The six (CE) educational webinars will be held throughout 2020 as they are completed. The topics include: 

  • Holistic Person-Centered Care Planning 
  • Getting Older is not for the Weak: An Evidence-Based Approach for Improving Mobility 
  • Effective Care Transitions at Admission and Discharge 
  • Trend Tracker and Other Sources to Monitor Quality Impact of PDPM 
  • Identifying and Managing Residents with Complex Nursing and NTA Needs 
  • Restorative Nursing and Skilled Maintenance Nursing and Therapy 

Each topic will be 1 Hour | Fee: $150 members  & $650 non-members

These resources are a considerable value to AHCA members.  Private consultancies will charge several hundreds of dollars for the resources and the six hours of CE eligible training on the topics above. 

NOTE: All six educational webinars are included in the $299 2020 PDPM Academy registration fee. 


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  • Identifying and Managing Residents with Complex Nursing and NTA Needs CE Webinar

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    In this module, PDPM Academy participants will learn how members have attracted and retained nursing staff, best practices for staff training on complex care as well as optimal NTA services need identification and care.

    In this module, PDPM Academy participants will learn how members have attracted and retained nursing staff, best practices for staff training on complex care as well as optimal NTA services need identification and care.  

    CEs will be available.

  • Trend Tracker and Other Sources to Monitor Quality Impact of PDPM CE Webinar

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    AHCA members can monitor their Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) Rehospitalization Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) performance as well as their IMPACT Act Quality Reporting Program (QRP) performance via LTCTT. In this module, PDPM Academy participants will gain a deeper understanding of key PDPM Quality Measures (QM), how to best monitor them including using of LTCTT. Participants also will learn about root-cause analysis approaches to address QM challenges. The Trend Tracker and Other Sources to Monitor Quality Impact of PDPM Webinar​ is only available for AHCA provider members.

    AHCA members can monitor their Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) Rehospitalization Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) performance as well as their IMPACT Act Quality Reporting Program (QRP) performance via LTCTT.  In this module, PDPM Academy participants will gain a deeper understanding of key PDPM Quality Measures (QM), how to best monitor them including using of LTCTT.  Participants also will learn about root-cause analysis approaches to address QM challenges.

    CEs will be available. 

    The Trend Tracker and Other Sources to Monitor Quality Impact of PDPM Webinar is only available for AHCA provider members. 

  • ​Effective Care Transitions at Admission and Discharge CE Webinar

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    PDPM Academy participants will hear in this module from hospital discharge specialists, AHCA members, and home health intake specialists about their approaches to effective care transitions entering and exiting the SNF. ​

    PDPM Academy participants will hear in this module from hospital discharge specialists, AHCA members, and home health intake specialists about their approaches to effective care transitions entering and exiting the SNF. 

    CEs will be available.

  • Getting Older is not for the Weak: An Evidence-Based Approach for Improving Mobility CE Webinar

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    In this training module, the RESTORE team, a collaborative group of researchers, educators, and professionals within the University of Colorado Physical Therapy Program will share an approach for helping providers integrate the latest evidence-based rehabilitation strategies into routine practice.

    In this training module, the RESTORE team, a collaborative group of researchers, educators, and professionals within the University of Colorado Physical Therapy Program will share an approach for helping providers integrate the latest evidence-based rehabilitation strategies into routine practice.  

    CEs will be available.

  • Holistic Person-Centered Care Planning CE Webinar

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    This training module will provide possible models for PAC Comprehensive, Person-Centered Care Planning which also align with CMS’ vision for PDPM “holistic care planning” as well as offer insights into the business case for person-centered planning.

    This training module will provide possible models for PAC Comprehensive, Person-Centered Care Planning which also align with CMS’ vision for PDPM “holistic care planning” as well as offer insights into the business case for person-centered planning.

    CEs will be available.

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