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The Patient-Drive Payment Model (PDPM) is here, and AANAC will continue to help you through the transition. Visit this page frequently for new tools, education, and resources for ongoing success under PDPM.
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.