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AHCA/AHIMA ICD-10 Training for PDPM — CODERContains 25 Component(s), 32 credits offered
This in-depth course features eight modules covering coding and clinical documentation improvement (CDI). The course prepares SNF coders for ICD-10 and include ICD-10-CM coding guidelines, CDI program implementation, and best practices for the transition to PDPM. (16 AHIMA CEs are available upon completion)
AHCA/AHIMA ICD-10 Training for PDPM— NON-CODERContains 8 Component(s)
This 4-hour course is designed to give non-coders the knowledge they need to support a successful PDPM implementation. (4 CNEs for nurses, 4 AHIMA CEs, and 4.50 NAB approved CEs are available upon completion)
How do I use LTC Trend Tracker as a Skilled Nursing Facility?Contains 9 Component(s)
Learn how to use LTC Trend Tracker as one of your tools for Quality Improvement. In these videos, you will learn how to utilize and modify the skilled nursing dashboard, provide an overview of several key LTC Trend Tracker features & reports, and uploading skilled nursing data.
Replacing RUGs – CMS’ New SNF Payment System & How to Get Ready (a video recording from the 2019 AHCA Convention Intensive)Contains 9 Component(s), 4 credits offered Recorded On: 10/10/2018
The Patient-Drive Payment Model (PDPM) is now final with implementation scheduled for October 2019. AHCA’s educational approach to PDPM will be to offer a holistic picture of how PDPM impacts SNFs and will incorporate PDPM interactions with: • Requirements of Participation, • Survey and Licensure, • SNF Re-Hospitalization Measure Value-Based Purchasing, • IMPACT Act Quality Reporting Program, and • Other payers’ (Medicare Advantage and Medicaid) and their probable responses to PDPM. In addition to in-depth training on the PDPM final rule, a member’s only tool kit will be introduced that will contain the core competencies framework and a readiness review tool that will help you track your operational readiness for PDPM. The intensive will also cover data gathered from 12 companies testing impacts of PDPM and provide hospital and discharge pattern data that could be helpful in member markets. Finally, a panel discussion of AHCA members will discuss opportunities and potential pitfalls for SNFs as they consider operational changes necessary to be successful under PDPM.
Understanding SNF VBP in DetailContains 32 Component(s)
This course contains 6 modules that provide an in-depth description of each feature of the CMS Skilled Nursing Facility Value Based Purchasing (SNF VBP) program along with helpful tools and documents., and primary source reference to the program. This course covers how CMS calculates the 1) rehospitalization rates, including risk adjustments, 2) a facility’s performance score, and 3) the resulting incentive payment multiplier, which is used to adjust a facility’s Part A payments. -- The individual who wants to take the SNF VBP course must login to ahcancalED and register for the course under their individual login. For a better web experience, please use Google Chrome Internet Browser and NOT Internet Explorer.
How do I use LTC Trend Tracker as an Assisted Living?Contains 7 Component(s)
Learn how to use LTC Trend Tracker as one of your tools for Quality Improvement. In these videos, you will learn how to utilize and modify the assisted living dashboard, customize the assisted living quality measures report, and upload assisted living data.
Infection Preventionist Specialized Training - IPCOContains 34 Component(s), 23 credits offered
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.
Life Safety: Fire and Smoke Door Inspection TrainingContains 3 Component(s)
This Power Point presentation will provide the necessary information to inspect doors for safety.
Driving Quality by Operationalizing Business Systems: A Call to ActionContains 35 Component(s)
This course, created by people who use business systems to drive quality within their centers, is designed to assist organizations in advancing their efforts to improve quality by operationalizing their key business system such as QAPI and Baldrige. It is designed with small videos, case studies and worksheets. You will find an abundance of resources and materials to help you on your journey.
Falls Management & PreventionContains 13 Component(s), 1 credit offered Recorded On: 09/11/2014
Recognizing that falls within nursing centers, constitutes a reason for high hospital admissions, suffering for residents and frequent deficiencies, the AHCA Clinical Practice Subcommittee on Falls has created this course on Fall Management and Prevention.