Phase 3 RoP: What to Expect
The Phase 3 requirements will go into effect on November 28, 2019. This session highlights what to expect for Phase 3 RoP implementation. An overview of the Phase 3 RoP that will go into effect on Nov. 28, 2019 is discussed, with an emphasis on developing actions plans for achieving compliance with the upcoming Phase 3 RoP.
Phase 2 RoP: What Have We Learned?
The implementation of Phase 2 of the new Requirements of Participation (RoP), and the new long term care survey process went into effect on November 28, 2017. This session highlights what we have learned through the implementation of the Phase 2 RoP. Survey outcomes associated with the new Phase 2 requirements and lessons learned since the new survey process was initiated in in Nov 2017 are discussed with examples of survey citations and discussion on strategies for compliance.
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SNF Provider Training, Tools and Insight
to Conqure 2019 Industry Changes
This webinar series will guide providers in implementing a step-wise action plan to manage the industry changes taking effect in 2019 including Phase 3 RoP (Requirements of Participation) and preparing for the reimbursement transition from Medicare PPS RUGs IV to the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM).


Target Audience:
Director of Nursing, Assistant Director of Nursing, Nurse Manages, Nursing Home Administrators, Nursing Staff & Leaders, RAI Coordinator, QA Director, Social Services, Staff Development Coordinator, Rehabilitation Services, Board Members

Instructional Level: Intermediate
 
NAB Approved Contact Hours: 1.25 for live event and 1.5 for recording (includes post-test). Check your state association registration page for details on additional CE accreditations.
Upcoming webinar topics are:
Topics are subject to change pending SNF PPS Final Rule and CMS Interpretive Guidance related to Phase 3
Nov 2018
PDPM: Understanding PDPM & Developing Your Facility Action Plan
Dec 2018
Phase 3: Implementing an Effective QAPI Program
Jan 2019
PDPM: Effective Systems and Coding of Section GG
Feb 2019
Phase 3: Implementing an effective SNF Compliance & Ethics Program
Mar 2019
SNF Quality Reporting (QRP) and SNF Value Based Purchasing (VBP) Programs
Apr 2019
PDPM: Developing ICD.10 Expertise for Effective Coding of Clinical Categories & Non-Therapy Ancillary
May 2019
Phase 3: Implementing Successful Staff Training & Competency Programs
June 2019
PDPM: Rehab program transitions and provider insight for SNF PT, OT & SLP service reimbursement
July 2019
Phase 3: Next Steps for the Infection Preventionist
Aug 2019
Operational Strategies for Success Under PDPM (with expert panel)
Sept 2019
Phase 3: Trauma Informed and Culturally Competent Care
Oct 2019
TBD based on CMS updates and identified transition issues
Nov 2019
TBD
Presenter Information:
Shelly Maffia, MSN, MBA, RN, LNHA, QCP
Director of Regulatory Services for Proactive Medical Review
 
Shelly Maffia is a Registered Nurse and Nursing Home Administrator with over 15 years of experience serving in long term care leadership and consulting positions, including positions as Director of Nursing, Administrator, and Corporate Nurse Consultant and Training Positions. She earned the QAPI Certified Professional (QCP) credential from the American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination (AANAC), which was established to promote the highest standards for QAPI program implementation in the long-term care profession.
Proactive Medical Review & Consulting assists post-acute care providers in ensuring compliance with regulatory standards and promoting measurable care excellence. Proactive specializes in SNF mock survey, QAPI, Compliance Programs, MDS/Supportive Documentation Audits and Staff Development to promote 5 star quality and reimbursement compliance. Proactive offers consulting for Medial Review and Medicare Appeals, and is uniquely positioned to assist SNF providers with therapy oversight and the defense of skilled rehab services through their team that includes Therapist consultants in addition to Nurse, Health Facility Administrator, MDS and SNF/NF billing experts.
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