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October 17-19, 2017

RAC-CT Workshop

LeadingAge Ohio Offices, 2233 North Bank Drive, Columbus, OH 43220

RAC-CT Workshop
October 17-19, 2017

Increase your knowledge of clinical assessment and care planning, completion of the MDS, and the regulations surrounding the RAI/MDS process by attending the three-day AANAC Resident Assessment Coordinator—Certified (RACCT ®) certification workshop. Having the RAC-CT credential behind your name shows that you are a knowledgeable and capable MDS professional.

This certification is the most widely-recognized and respected MDS 3.0 certification available in the long-term care profession, as well as the mark of nurses who understand more than a paper form—they understand resident assessment. The workshop will increase your knowledge and skills required to perform accurate assessments using the RAI User’s Manual.

This workshop covers the following content from the RAC-CT curriculum:
• Accurately Assessing Functional Status and the MDS 3.0: Understand the survey process as it relates to
assessment or functional status
• Care Area Assessments: Identify the 20 care areas, documentation, requirements, and timing for completion
• Care Planning: Improve your critical thinking skills and understanding of interim and “I Format” care plans so your residents have every opportunity to thrive while doing what they love in a way that works for them
• Five-Star Quality Rating System: Understand how the annual licensing and certification survey impacts your facilities Five-Star Quality Rating System
• Medicare Part A: Navigate your facility through government audits by helping other teammates capture
the right assessment information and knowing what MDS documentation auditors will ask for when they arrive
• MDS 3.0 Coding for OBRA and PPS: Learn how to accurately code the MDS 3.0
• OBRA Timing and Scheduling: Understand the requirements for scheduling and Timing OBRA-required
assessments and how to appropriately use the discharge assessment as well as identifying the criteria for
completing the Significant Change in Status Assessment
• PPS Timing and Scheduling: Review scheduled and unscheduled assessments requirements and transmission to the national QIES and ASAP systems databases
• Quality Measures: Understand the components of each Quality Measure score calculation and the facility
processes necessary to achieve good scores
• Resource Utilizations Group IV: Utilize the RUG-IV system to ensure all of your residents are getting the level of care they require and that your facility is being fairly paid for the care and services it provides

Program Information

Dates:
October 17-19, 2017

Time: 
Training is from 8 am – 5 pm
(Registration on Day 1 begins at 7:30 am)

Location:
LeadingAge Ohio 
2233 North Bank Drive
Columbus, OH  43220

• Workshop handouts and tests will be provided all days
• Lunch: Noon – 1 pm (lunch will be not provided)
• Breaks: 10 – 10:15 am and 3 – 3:15 pm
• You have 90 days from the date the final exams are launched to complete and pass them with a score of
80% or higher; upon successful completion, students will receive their RAC-CT certificate in the mail

AANAC RAC-CT® Program: How the Three-day Certification Works

To be eligible to become RAC-CT® Certified (Resident Assessment Coordinator—Certified) an individual must:

1.Be a clinician/professional involved in the RAI process. Werecommend six months of experience with the RAI process andMDS 3.0.

2.Complete ten required AANAC courses and pass each of theassociated final certification exams with an 80% or higher.

Workshop Pricing and How to Register

AANAC membership is not required to complete this certification; however, AANAC members receive deep discounts on all AANAC offerings including this certification. AANAC membership is $119 a year. Please visit AANAC.org/join.

• Member Rate: $575
• Non-Member Rate: $775
• Non-Member Rate + AANAC Membership: $694

Two Ways to Register

Register by Mail

Send completed registration form and full payment to:
LeadingAge Ohio
2233 North Bank Drive
Columbus, OH 43220

 

Register Online: Click here

 

Continuing Education Information

Contact Hours
The American Association of Post-Acute Care Nursing (AAPACN)* is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.  LeadingAge Ohio is an approved provider by the Board of Executives of Long Term Services and Supports, LAO21-P-17.
Core of knowledge subject areas: Customer care, supports, and services.


Continuing Education Hours
The RAC-CT® certification workshop is approved for 22.5 CEs.  

Course Completion Requirements
CNE for a live workshop is based upon actual classroom attendance for the duration of the scheduled educational activity and is verified through sign-in sheets. If a student must leave before the activity is scheduled to end or is late arriving, he/she will not receive full CE credit. Partial credit may be awarded. Each attendee, based on sign-in sheets/attendance will receive the CE certificate upon the completion of the educational activity. Final exams are not a requirement for claiming a CE certificate for a live workshop.

 


2017-10-17 08:00:00 2017-10-19 17:00:00 America/Detroit RAC-CT Workshop RAC-CT WorkshopOctober 17-19, 2017 Increase your knowledge of clinical assessment and care planning, completion of the MDS, and the regulations surrounding the RAI/MDS process by attending the three-day AANAC Resident Assessment Coordinator—Certified (RACCT ®) certification workshop. Having the RAC-CT credential behind your name shows that you are a knowledgeable and capable MDS professional.This certification is the most widely-recognized and respected MDS 3.0 certification available in the long-term care profession, as well as the mark of nurses who understand more than a paper form—they understand resident assessment. The workshop will increase your knowledge and skills required to perform accurate assessments using the RAI User’s Manual.This workshop covers the following content from the RAC-CT curriculum:• Accurately Assessing Functional Status and the MDS 3.0: Understand the survey process as it relates toassessment or functional status• Care Area Assessments: Identify the 20 care areas, documentation, requirements, and timing for completion• Care Planning: Improve your critical thinking skills and understanding of interim and “I Format” care plans so your residents have every opportunity to thrive while doing what they love in a way that works for them• Five-Star Quality Rating System: Understand how the annual licensing and certification survey impacts your facilities Five-Star Quality Rating System• Medicare Part A: Navigate your facility through government audits by helping other teammates capturethe right assessment information and knowing what MDS documentation auditors will ask for when they arrive• MDS 3.0 Coding for OBRA and PPS: Learn how to accurately code the MDS 3.0• OBRA Timing and Scheduling: Understand the requirements for scheduling and Timing OBRA-requiredassessments and how to appropriately use the discharge assessment as well as identifying the criteria forcompleting the Significant Change in Status Assessment• PPS Timing and Scheduling: Review scheduled and unscheduled assessments requirements and transmission to the national QIES and ASAP systems databases• Quality Measures: Understand the components of each Quality Measure score calculation and the facilityprocesses necessary to achieve good scores• Resource Utilizations Group IV: Utilize the RUG-IV system to ensure all of your residents are getting the level of care they require and that your facility is being fairly paid for the care and services it provides Program Information Dates: October 17-19, 2017 Time: Training is from 8 am – 5 pm(Registration on Day 1 begins at 7:30 am) Location:LeadingAge Ohio 2233 North Bank DriveColumbus, OH  43220• Workshop handouts and tests will be provided all days• Lunch: Noon – 1 pm (lunch will be not provided)• Breaks: 10 – 10:15 am and 3 – 3:15 pm• You have 90 days from the date the final exams are launched to complete and pass them with a score of80% or higher; upon successful completion, students will receive their RAC-CT certificate in the mail AANAC RAC-CT® Program: How the Three-day Certification Works To be eligible to become RAC-CT® Certified (Resident Assessment Coordinator—Certified) an individual must:1.Be a clinician/professional involved in the RAI process. Werecommend six months of experience with the RAI process andMDS 3.0.2.Complete ten required AANAC courses and pass each of theassociated final certification exams with an 80% or higher. Workshop Pricing and How to Register AANAC membership is not required to complete this certification; however, AANAC members receive deep discounts on all AANAC offerings including this certification. AANAC membership is $119 a year. Please visit AANAC.org/join.• Member Rate: $575• Non-Member Rate: $775• Non-Member Rate + AANAC Membership: $694 Two Ways to Register Register by Mail Send completed registration form and full payment to:LeadingAge Ohio2233 North Bank DriveColumbus, OH 43220   Register Online: Click here   Continuing Education Information Contact HoursThe American Association of Post-Acute Care Nursing (AAPACN)* is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.  LeadingAge Ohio is an approved provider by the Board of Executives of Long Term Services and Supports, LAO21-P-17.Core of knowledge subject areas: Customer care, supports, and services. Continuing Education HoursThe RAC-CT® certification workshop is approved for 22.5 CEs.   Course Completion RequirementsCNE for a live workshop is based upon actual classroom attendance for the duration of the scheduled educational activity and is verified through sign-in sheets. If a student must leave before the activity is scheduled to end or is late arriving, he/she will not receive full CE credit. Partial credit may be awarded. Each attendee, based on sign-in sheets/attendance will receive the CE certificate upon the completion of the educational activity. Final exams are not a requirement for claiming a CE certificate for a live workshop.   LeadingAge Ohio Offices, 2233 North Bank Drive, Columbus, OH 43220
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