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With the enormous focus on the transition from RUG-IV to PDPM, some may consider abandoning their section G Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) training materials, audits, and tools— but wait just a moment! Although section GG is stepping into the Medicare reimbursement spotlight, section G still plays a big role in other types of reimbursement and Quality Measures. To ensure success, the nurse assessment coordinator (NAC) must have a full understanding of the coding instructions, documentation requirements, impact on Quality Measures, and reimbursement for both section G and GG. Here are four key differences between the two sections and tips for successfully managing both.
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