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  • Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) Workshop Pre-Requisite Webinar Modules

    Contains 7 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/01/2019

    Estimate 115 minutes of prep time before workshop to view pre- requisite webinar modules, and additional time to review the documents either included in your registration packet, or that you have been requested to download prior to the workshop.

  • Infection Preventionist Specialized Training - IPCO

    Contains 34 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course will provide specialized training for designated Infection Preventionists, who are responsible for the infection prevention and control program at their skilled nursing center or assisted living community. REGISTRATIONS for IPCO MUST be done by the individual who will be taking the course, under their individual login. Registrations CANNOT be done by another person or under another person’s login.

  • Requirements of Participation

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/03/2016

    This briefing will provide a high-level overview of the more than 700-page final rule.

  • National Quality Award Bronze Series

    Contains 21 Component(s)

    The “Bronze Criteria Series” is a sequential series of videos, each covering an individual question in the Bronze Criteria. This series was developed to help applicants understand and meet the demands of the Bronze criteria. Additionally, this series can serve as a team building experience for your staff. We suggest that you form an application team that views the videos together and then completes the responses to the criteria as a team effort. This will result in a better application, greater understanding of the foundational elements of quality in your center, and enhanced excitement as your center engages in the program.

  • PDPM Core Competencies Toolkit

    Contains 3 Component(s)

    The PDPM Core Competencies Toolkit was designed to facilitate discussions among Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) management and front-line clinical and support personnel as you begin your journey in preparing your administrative and clinical operations to be successful in the change of the per-diem SNF prospective payment system (PPS) from the current Resource Utilization Groups, Version 4 (RUG-IV) case-mix model to the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) starting on October 1, 2019. These files should be shared and reviewed by SNF administrative and clinical staff as part of training efforts. Additionally, these tools should be used in identifying your baseline readiness status, and conducting gap-analysis as part of planning to implement those changes necessary to be successful under PDPM.

  • Understanding the critical role of malnutrition in the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) for Success

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/26/2019

    Efficiency and cost-effective positive nutritional outcomes are critical for success in today’s healthcare environment. CMS will be replacing the current SNF PPS Resource Utilization Group (RUGs) payment model with a new per-diem payment system called the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) beginning on October 1, 2019. It is critical for success that providers understand where key nutrition related diagnoses are included in the PDPM. This session will discuss collaboration with appropriate healthcare professionals to incorporate systems, processes and documentation for successful financial reimbursement of nutrition related services.

  • CMS PDPM Reference Resources and Crosswalk Tables

    Contains 4 Component(s)

    Click here to access the following resources and crosswalk tables provided by CMS: • CMS Provider-Specific RUG-IV to PDPM Revenue Impact Estimate File • CMS PDPM Resident Classification Step-by-Step Walkthrough Document • CMS PDPM ICD-10-CM PT/OT/SLP Component Clinical Category Mapping Crosswalk • CMS PDPM NTA Component Comorbidity Mapping Crosswalk

  • AHCA PDPM Hospital Discharge Toolkit

    Contains 3 Component(s)

    The AHCA PDPM Hospital Discharge Toolkit was designed to facilitate the collection of clinical information from the referring hospital prior to admission to better assure that information related to a residents SNF care needs upon admission, and appropriate PDPM case-mix group classification, is obtained and documented prior the end of the residents SNF PPS 5-day assessment reference date. The tools can also be used to help facilitate discussions with referring hospitals regarding how to better coordinate the transfer of health information relevant to PDPM resident classification. All members can access a SNF pre-admission checklist tool and a reference document identifying all MDS item fields that apply to PDPM case-mix adjusted components. PDPM Academy Registrants can also access an additional “High-Impact” MDS items reference document. Additional tools and resources to be added as developed.

  • New CMS Regulatory LTC Requirements for Food/Nutrition and Dining

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    This session will present an overview of the key changes to put you in the “driver’s seat” for success with compliance.

  • PDPM – Two Weeks Out

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    As providers approach the imminent October 1 implementation of the SNF PPS transition from the RUG-IV to PDPM, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) continues to issue last-minute updates including corrections to policies, software, billing guidance, and educational resources. During this 90- minute live webinar, the presenters will discuss key resources that CMS has updated recently that providers should pay attention to. In addition, the presentation will cover several frequently asked questions associated with the payment model transition that members have submitted to the helpdesk. After the presentation, webinar participants will also have the opportunity to submit questions to be responded to during the webinar. AHCA will also post an on-demand recording of the live webinar as well as written Q&A responses to all questions submitted shortly after the live webinar.

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