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February 28 - March 1, 2019

PDPM Webinar Series

A Collaboration with LeadingAge Iowa

PDPM Webinar Series

The new Medicare Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) begins October 1, 2019. For Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) providers, this will warrant not only significant operational changes but also a change of thinking as the new PDPM removes therapy minutes as a determinant of payment and strengthens the relationship between payment and clinical characteristics to promote payment accuracy and provide the resources necessary for SNFs to meet the care needs of a diverse range of residents. Key components of this payment accuracy rely upon the understanding of how the six components (PT, OT, ST, NTA, Nursing, Non-Case Mix) of the PDPM impact reimbursement. Additionally, PDPM requires a greater understanding of how to identify the medical complexity of our residents and ensure that complexity has been captured within the Minimum Data Set (MDS). The identification of medical complexity will require SNFs to have a keen understanding of the ICD-10 codes and how the ICD-10 codes determine how the resident is classified into the PDPM clinical categories.

In collaboration with LeadingAge Iowa, this 14-part PDPM webinar series is targeted for MDS coordinators, therapy personnel, ICD-10 coders, business office and finance personnel, administrators, DONs, and all other members of the Interdisciplinary Team accountable for payment. LAI has selected this nationally recognized expert and webinar series approach to facilitate a methodical, systematic, and thorough approach to understanding the PDPM. Each session dives deeper into each element of the PDPM process and will provide the necessary coding instruction for each of those elements including how the ICD-10 codes fit into the PDPM clinical categories and drive reimbursement.

This webinar series approach will also eliminate travel costs and time out of the building and allow an unlimited number of staff to participate LIVE.  PDPM is a significant change which will require in-depth, detailed training and planning.

Webinar Series Details

PDPM Webinar Series

Presenter:

Judy Wilhide Brandt, RN, BA, CPC, QCP, RAC-MT, DNS-CT,

Principal, Wilhide Consulting, Inc., Virginia Beach, VA

Judy Wilhide Brandt has more than 25 years’ experience in positions of increasing responsibility in nursing facilities as a nurse manager, executive, state surveyor, RAI manager for Virginia, and consultant. She is a master teacher for AANAC and a national expert on matters relating to the MDS and the prospective payment system. She is a certified professional coder in a unique position to explain ICD-10 coding for a skilled nursing facility under PDPM. She is the national LeadingAge MDS Expert and principal of Wilhide Consulting based in Virginia Beach, VA, serving clients nationwide.

Registration Information and Cost

Registration deadline is February 26, 2019. Fees are per connection at a campus. Available for purchase as a series only (no individual webinar pricing is available). Registration instructions and handout materials will be sent to the contact person listed on the registration.

LeadingAge Ohio Member: $700 (that’s only $50/webinar!)
Non-Member: $1,200

Online registration: CLICK HERE to register for the PDPM 14-part webinar series.

Registration fee includes electronic handout and one connection to the live webinar.

**NOTE: CEs are not available for Ohio LNHA licenses.  BELTSS doesn’t allow out-of-state CEs for Ohio licensees.  **

Cancellation & Refund Policy:

No refunds for failure to log-in at the time of the event. A full refund will be given to cancellations received 10 or more business days prior to the first program in this series. No refunds will be given within 10 of the first program in this series.

All cancellations and substitution requests must be emailed to Corey Markham at cmarkham@leadingageohio.org or faxed to 614-444-2974.  For questions or concerns about your registration prior to the first program, please contact LeadingAge Ohio directly at 614-444-2882.

For questions or concerns about your registration any time after the series has started, please contact Amy Huisman at LeadingAge Iowa by emailing ahuisman@leadingageiowa.org.

 

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2019-02-28 14:00:00 2019-03-01 15:30:00 America/Detroit PDPM Webinar Series PDPM Webinar Series The new Medicare Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) begins October 1, 2019. For Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) providers, this will warrant not only significant operational changes but also a change of thinking as the new PDPM removes therapy minutes as a determinant of payment and strengthens the relationship between payment and clinical characteristics to promote payment accuracy and provide the resources necessary for SNFs to meet the care needs of a diverse range of residents. Key components of this payment accuracy rely upon the understanding of how the six components (PT, OT, ST, NTA, Nursing, Non-Case Mix) of the PDPM impact reimbursement. Additionally, PDPM requires a greater understanding of how to identify the medical complexity of our residents and ensure that complexity has been captured within the Minimum Data Set (MDS). The identification of medical complexity will require SNFs to have a keen understanding of the ICD-10 codes and how the ICD-10 codes determine how the resident is classified into the PDPM clinical categories. In collaboration with LeadingAge Iowa, this 14-part PDPM webinar series is targeted for MDS coordinators, therapy personnel, ICD-10 coders, business office and finance personnel, administrators, DONs, and all other members of the Interdisciplinary Team accountable for payment. LAI has selected this nationally recognized expert and webinar series approach to facilitate a methodical, systematic, and thorough approach to understanding the PDPM. Each session dives deeper into each element of the PDPM process and will provide the necessary coding instruction for each of those elements including how the ICD-10 codes fit into the PDPM clinical categories and drive reimbursement. This webinar series approach will also eliminate travel costs and time out of the building and allow an unlimited number of staff to participate LIVE.  PDPM is a significant change which will require in-depth, detailed training and planning. Webinar Series Details Presenter: Judy Wilhide Brandt, RN, BA, CPC, QCP, RAC-MT, DNS-CT, Principal, Wilhide Consulting, Inc., Virginia Beach, VA Judy Wilhide Brandt has more than 25 years’ experience in positions of increasing responsibility in nursing facilities as a nurse manager, executive, state surveyor, RAI manager for Virginia, and consultant. She is a master teacher for AANAC and a national expert on matters relating to the MDS and the prospective payment system. She is a certified professional coder in a unique position to explain ICD-10 coding for a skilled nursing facility under PDPM. She is the national LeadingAge MDS Expert and principal of Wilhide Consulting based in Virginia Beach, VA, serving clients nationwide. Registration Information and Cost Registration deadline is February 26, 2019. Fees are per connection at a campus. Available for purchase as a series only (no individual webinar pricing is available). Registration instructions and handout materials will be sent to the contact person listed on the registration. LeadingAge Ohio Member: $700 (that’s only $50/webinar!)Non-Member: $1,200 Online registration: CLICK HERE to register for the PDPM 14-part webinar series. Registration fee includes electronic handout and one connection to the live webinar. **NOTE: CEs are not available for Ohio LNHA licenses.  BELTSS doesn’t allow out-of-state CEs for Ohio licensees.  ** Cancellation & Refund Policy: No refunds for failure to log-in at the time of the event. A full refund will be given to cancellations received 10 or more business days prior to the first program in this series. No refunds will be given within 10 of the first program in this series. All cancellations and substitution requests must be emailed to Corey Markham at cmarkham@leadingageohio.org or faxed to 614-444-2974.  For questions or concerns about your registration prior to the first program, please contact LeadingAge Ohio directly at 614-444-2882. For questions or concerns about your registration any time after the series has started, please contact Amy Huisman at LeadingAge Iowa by emailing ahuisman@leadingageiowa.org.   ----
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