The fiscal year of 2022 represents the third year of utilizing the PDPM classification system. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has proposed a parity adjustment that would affect Skilled Nursing Facilities. Additionally, the 2023 rule proposes changes to different payment categories including speech-language pathology services and skilled therapy. These changes may affect various PDPM payment components. The advanced class will assist participants to successfully capture the primary diagnosis mapping the clinical category, secondary diagnosis associated with co-morbidities, nursing, non-therapy ancillary services, speech, occupational and physical therapy.
- Recognize the critical nature of ICD-10 coding effects on PDPM
- Discuss common MDS coding errors
- Review the interrupted stay assessment and requirements
- Discuss physician certification requirements
- Practice the application of PDPM through case studies.
- Analyze the quality reporting program
- Interpret the QRP review and correct report
No refunds issued after materials have been sent.