PDPM Essentials & Roles of the Interdisciplinary Team in Assessment & Coding for Reimbursement Accuracy
This 1.25-hour webinar (the first of a 6-webinar series) will review the basics of PDPM with a focus on identifying interdisciplinary team member roles and collaborative processes to promote MDS coding and reimbursement accuracy. As the introductory session, this webinar will provide an overview of the 5 PDPM components and set the stage for the remaining sessions in the series.
- Understand the factors involved in determining a case-mix group for each of the 5 PDPM components
- Identify members of the IDT who are involved in gathering assessment data and MDS coding
- Consider areas of opportunity for increased assessment, documentation, and MDS accuracy
Eleisha Wilkes, RN, RAC-CT, Clinical Consultant
Eleisha Wilkes is a Registered Nurse and AANAC certified MDS consultant with over fifteen years of experience in long term care. She has served as a Director of Nursing, Case Manager and Resident Assessment Coordinator with extensive responsibility and success in driving QA in the areas of person-centered assessment and care planning through effective systems, staff development, and interdisciplinary team collaboration. Eleisha specializes in MDS validation audits, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement compliance, competency-based staff education programs, and works with clients extensively to facilitate SNF/NF survey readiness including Phase 1-3 Requirements of Participation compliance. She has presented extensively on the Patient Driven Payment Model and nursing facility readiness under the new reimbursement system. She now serves as an RN Clinical Consultant with Proactive Medical Review & Consulting, LLC.
Kristen Walden, RN, MSN, RAC-CT, Clinical Consultant
Kristen Walden brings twenty-five years of experience as a corporate clinical and reimbursement nurse, DON, and QA Nurse with expertise in driving nursing compliance, implementing software solutions, MDS/RAC skill development, and systems improvement for Five Star, clinical quality and reimbursement. She specializes in teaching clinical problem solving and advancing quality operations for consistent outcomes.
Who Should Attend?
- Social Services
- Staff Development
All participants are eligible for up to 1.25 CEUs. Proactive Medical Review will report an equal amount of NAB credit for primary registrants for whom NAB #s are provided.
LAIN, HOPE, and IHPCO Members will pay $75. Non-members will pay $125. (LAIN and HOPE Samaritan Alliance members will pay $38.)