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Introduction to PDPM: 2-Part Webinar Series

Overview
This is a two-part webinar series covering PDPM and ICD-10 coding. These introductory webinars are targeted for your SNF interdisciplinary team, including business office, MDS coordinators, therapy personnel, ICD-10 coders and other team members involved in managing a Medicare A census. Subsequent webinars will be offered that take a deeper dive into detailed ICD-10 coding instructions for each component of the PDPM rate.

Part 1: Introduction to PDPM
Presented on January 10, 2019
This webinar is the first in a series designed to prepare the SNF interdisciplinary team for PDPM. This clinical introduction to PDPM will cover the MDS and ICD-10 items that make up a PDPM daily rate, the interrupted stay policy, the interim payment assessment and the variable per diem adjustment schedule. In subsequent webinars we will take a deeper dive into detailed ICD-10 coding instructions for each component of the PDPM rate.

Learning Objectives
By the completion of the presentation, attendees will:

  • Review the six components of the Patient Driven Payment System.
  • Describe the variable per diem adjustment schedule.
  • Review the PPS MDS schedule.
  • Explain Use of the Interim Payment Assessment.
  • Define how a function score is calculated.
  • Review the ‘interrupted stay policy’.

Who Should Attend
SNF interdisciplinary team members involved in managing a Medicare A census; corporate consultants and business office team members who’d like to understand the new payment system.

Part 2: Introduction to ICD-10 Coding
Presented on January 24, 2019
This webinar is the second in a series designed to prepare the SNF interdisciplinary team for PDPM. This introduction to ICD-10 coding will prepare the learner for subsequent webinars that focus on specific ICD-10 coding for PDPM components.

Learning Objectives

By the completion of the presentation, attendees will:
  • Clarify the importance of the ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting FY2019.
  • Summarize general rules for use of coding conventions in Section I.A. of the general coding guidelines.
  • Correctly use the General Coding Guidelines in Section I.B. of the general coding guidelines to assign a code based on physician/non-physician practitioner diagnosis.

Continuing Education Credit

CEUs are not available for this event.

Each program recording is approximately 90 minutes in length. Registration fees include access to the recordings and handouts for this program. Once you purchase the program, unlimited viewing of the recording content will be available using the registrant login information for 30 days.

Registration Fees
Members $95
Non-Members $120