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Introduction to RAI Process, OBRA ’87, and RAI User’s Manual
Start building a strong foundation of knowledge by understanding how the RAI process drives individualized resident care, reimbursement, and survey outcomes.
This session will help you:
MDS Coding Essentials: Sections A, B, C, H, and I
Begin your journey through the MDS section-by-section as we explore the intent and rationale of each item. This session will cover five MDS Sections (A, B, C, H, and I) and will start to introduce MDS interview techniques.
MDS Coding Essentials: Sections D, E, F, and Q
Continue your journey through the MDS section-by-section as we explore the intent and rationale of each item. This session will cover four MDS Sections (D, E, F and Q) and will continue to help develop your MDS interview techniques.
MDS Coding Essentials: Section G and J
The journey through the MDS section-by-section continues as we explore the intent and rationale of each item. This session will cover two MDS Sections (G and J) and will introduce you to the Rule of 3 for ADL coding.
MDS Coding Essentials: Section GG and K
Continue your journey through the MDS section-by-section as we explore the intent and rationale of each item. This session will cover two MDS Sections (GG and K) and walk you through the nuances of the Section GG requirements.
MDS Coding Essentials: Sections L, M, N, and P
Delving into the essentials of the MDS continues as we explore the intent and rationale of each item in four Sections (L, M, N, and P).
MDS Coding Essentials: Sections O, V, X, and Z
The journey through the MDS continues as we explore the intent and rationale of each item. This session will cover four MDS Sections (O, V, X, and Z).
MDS Essentials: Introduction to CAA Documentation/Care Plan
Continue your journey through the next step in the RAI process as we explore the RAI requirements for Care Area Assessment notes and care plans.
MDS Scheduling Essentials: Introduction to OBRA Scheduling and Transmission Requirements
A critical piece of the RAI process is the OBRA assessment schedule.
This session will introduce you to the OBRA scheduling and transmission process by:
MDS Scheduling Essentials: Introduction to PPS Scheduling
Our journey comes to a close as we explore the SNF Medicare Perspective Payment System (PPS) schedule that is a requirement for all traditional Medicare Part A residents in order for the facility to receive reimbursement.
MDS Essentials: An Introduction to the MDS 3.0 is ten sessions of a recorded webinar that moves through the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) User’s Manual, helping you to understand the intent, rationale, and coding requirements of each MDS item set, Care Area Assessments, care plans, and scheduling. The program is perfect for a new NAC with less than six months of experience. Each of the ten sessions runs 75 minutes, and they were recorded live between March 31 and June 9, 2017.
The Mega-Rule is a CMS Final Rule that effects many SNF regulations, including person-centered care plans, resident rights, discharge, and PASRR. Several of these changes will impact the role of the NAC. Join us as we breakdown the Mega-Rule and explore which areas will potentially impact the RAI process. We will guide you through understanding these changes and how to best integrate the new regulations into your workflow.
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October 1 will be here before you know it, and you’ll want to be prepared for all of the changes to the MDS! In this 60-minute webinar, you’ll get a review of the updates that are to appear in section N and P on the MDS 3.0. More importantly, you’ll also get to see the clinical significance of those new items and what part they may play in the revised and updated restraint, pharmacy services requirements, and person-centered care planning. So join us for a discussion of the technical specs and let’s do some proactive thinking so that October 1 does not sneak up on you!
Don’t get caught with wrinkles; fight back with the DNS checklist for compliance. Twenty-five years in the making, these updated regulations affect several F-tags. With so many changes, it is difficult to prioritize what to tackle first. Join this webinar to gain an understanding of the changes and get the MEGA task list along with tips and strategies for incorporating the changes within the nursing department.
This webinar will prepare you with the skills to:
The recent changes to the federal regulations affect many moving parts in the SNF for the nurse leader, from infection control procedures to new F-tags. During this webinar, you will learn the specifics of what the new regulation requires of your clinical team, including how Phase 2 requirements impact Phase 3 requirements for items including QAA in relation to QAPI and facility assessment. In addition to a thorough understanding of the implementation requirements, this webinar will provide manageable timelines to help you lead your team through the changes.
At the conclusion of this webinar, you will be able to:
Compliance with recent SOM regulations related to staff competency require nurse leaders to tailor a training and education plan for staff specific to their facility’s resident population. The recent updates require not only sufficient nursing staff, but also that staff have the appropriate competencies and skills sets to provide nursing and related services to assure resident safety and attain or maintain the highest practicable physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being of each resident, as determined by resident assessments and individual plans of care. In addition, as of November 28, 2017, facilities must link staffing with the required facility assessment, which considers the number, acuity and diagnoses of the facility’s resident population. While the task of ensuring competency-based staffing might seem burdensome there is a bright side. Training and education are often associated with increased staff retention, decreased staff turnover, improved patient/resident outcomes, and a more effective and engaged workforce.
This webinar will discuss with key considerations when applying competency-based staffing using the facility assessment. In addition, participants will be given an example of a training/education evaluation plan that will assist in identifying site specific training needs.
Participants will be able to:
The looming November 28 deadline is fast approaching and with all of the regulation changes, there is one that impacts staff logistics more than any other, from preadmission to comprehensive care planning – Baseline care planning. Baseline care planning seems simple, but simple mistakes can easily become low hanging fruit for surveyors to pick for citations. To help you avoid those mistakes, AADNS is offering this 60-minute webinar, where you will gain valuable strategies and planning tips needed to be ready for compliance with the entire 483.21 comprehensive person-centered care planning regulation. We will also explain how care planning overlaps with residents’ rights, professional standards, and resident safety. Get the need-to-know information on baseline care planning; learn how it can fit into your workflow, and how it can bump up your resident satisfaction in person-centered care planning.
In this webinar, you will:
Thanks to the IMPACT Act of 2014, October 1, 1016 will bring with it significant changes to the MDS requirements. In addition, there will be new quality measures and financial penalties for failure to submit required information to the national database. This session will provide the details SNF administration and staff will need for successful implementation of the new requirements.
In this webinar, you will learn the skills to:
During this 60-minute webinar, AANAC Master Teacher, Judi Kulus, discusses what Medicare A skilled service is and how to determine if a resident qualifies for coverage. Receive straight forward tips to help you manage the process and examples of decision making and documentation requirements. Learn how to better meet the needs of your residents, shore up your coverage system, and minimize the potential for payment denials.
Recording date: July, 2014
Originally recorded on March 21, 2016
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Congratulations! Your course extension has been approved. Once you complete your purchase, your course will be extended for an additional 90 days from the date you open/launch it.
Upon completion of The Five-Star Quality Rating System, the participant will be able to:
Note: There are 3 exam attempts per course.
The course was written by Rena R. Shephard, MHA, RN, RAC-MT, DNS-CT. It was expert reviewed by Jeanne Caruso, RN, Beth Irtz, RN, NHA, Ruth Minnema, RN, MA, Jennifer Pettis, BS, RN, WCC, DNS-CT, RAC-CT, Judi Kulus, MSN, MAT, RN, NHA, RAC-MT, DNS-CT, and Lisa Hohlbein, RN, RAC-MT, CDP, CADDCT.
Congratulations! Your request for additional exam attempts has been approved. Once you complete your purchase, you will have access to three additional attempts. The exams will expire 90 days after the date you open/launch them. In order to pass the final exam, you need to score an 80% or higher.
RAC-CT, online + PDF format. Non-refundable.
Save 5% immediately and get all 10 RAC-CT courses by purchasing the easy-click online + PDF set!
Upon completion of The Five-Star Quality Rating System, the participant will be able to:
RAC-CT, printed manual format. Returns & Refunds.
Save 5% immediately and get all 10 RAC-CT courses by purchasing the easy-click printed manual set!
Upon completion of Accurately Assessing Functional Status and the MDS 3.0, the participant will be able to:
The course was written by Rena R. Shephard, MHA, RN, RAC-MT, DNS-CT, and Judy Wilhide Brandt, RN, BA, RAC-MT, DNS-CT. It was expert reviewed by Cynthia Fronning, RN-BC, RAC-CT, Carol Maher, RN-BC, RAC-CT, NS, and Judi Kulus, MSN, MAT, RN, NHA, RAC-MT, DNS-CT.