Welcome to AHCA/NCAL Webinars
AHCA/NCAL provides free webinars as a way for our members to gain important industry knowledge in your own facility, office or home by participating in an effective learning opportunity for the long term care professional. With little time to spare, participating in Webinars allow you to stay up-to-date on the latest in our industry and further your knowledge and professional development in a convenient and time efficient manner. Webinars will be archived so that they can be accessed by AHCA/NCAL members in the event that they are unable to participate in the live webinar. Access to the archived webinars is free of charge.
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Vaccine Office Hours: What You Need to Know About the Moderna VaccineContains 1 Component(s)
Vaccine Office Hours – what you need to know about the Moderna vaccine
Vaccine Clinic Prep Office HoursContains 2 Component(s)
COVID-19 vaccine clinics are starting. Providers need to act now to get ready. The AHCA/NCAL team will be available to answer your questions about how to get ready and promote high vaccination rates in your building.
PRF Reporting Requirements – Updated with HHS FAQs, November 23Contains 1 Component(s)
In this latest edition of AHCA/NCAL’s PRF Reporting education, member experts review the most up-to-date reporting requirements available as well as case examples. Members should use the information contained in this webex and update any work conducted based on earlier guidance.
COVID-19 Monoclonal AntibodyContains 1 Component(s)
In this series of office hours, AHCA/NCAL will provide an overview of the COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody and review what facilities need to know about the COVID-19 treatment. There will be a question and answer session at the end.
COVID-19 - Overview of SNF 3-Day Stay and Benefit Period WaiversContains 1 Component(s)
This webinar will provide a brief overview of the background of these important waivers and will also provide specific details about when and how it would be appropriate for SNFs to apply the waivers to assure that Medicare beneficiaries are able to access skilled SNF Part A benefits in a manner that also minimizes risks for unnecessary exposure or transmission of the COVID-19 virus. Examples of how the 3-Day Stay and Benefit Period waivers can or cannot apply in common situations will be discussed. Additionally, details related to documentation, MDS assessment scheduling, and claims coding and sequencing requirements specific to these waivers will be reviewed.
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