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Webinar: Getting MDS Section D Right for PDPM Success

September 12, 2019
 
 
Executives of skilled nursing facilities have had to adapt to many changes, especially on reimbursement issues. With the new Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) coming in October, it is important to learn how to leverage the new model for quality and financial improvement. The below webinar will help provide your company with the blueprint necessary to realize the benefits!
 
Getting MDS Section D Right for PDPM Success!

Screening for depression has been an important part of the MDS under RUGS, and it will continue to be important under PDPM (Patient Driven Payment Method) Part A Reimbursement for Skilled Nursing Facilities as of October 1, 2019. 

In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of filling out Section D correctly and accurately, and the impact it has on both quality measures and reimbursement
for your facility. 

Jeanne M. Devine, PhD of PsychAssociates, has worked with skilled nursing facilities for years and will be interviewed by Joseph Tomaino, CEO of Grassi Healthcare Advisors.  In addition to explaining the importance and impact of getting Section D right, she will outline strategies you can implement in your organization to be successful, including how to integrate the screening, referral, care planning, and care processes.
 
At the conclusion of this one hour webinar, participants will be able to:
  1. Explain the changes being implemented in October 1, 2019 with the transition from RUG IV to PDPM, and the impact accurate coding of Section D (Mood) has on both quality and reimbursement
  2. Describe the importance of ICD 10 coding for PDPM, and common pitfalls
  3. Review processes that can be put in place to ensure accurate coding of Section D and quality care for those who screen for depression

Thursday, September 12, 2019
1:00p.m. - 2:00p.m. EST

REGISTER HERE

No Registration Fee