Data Reporting Techniques Webinar

Time for a Check Up: Interviewing & Data Reporting Techniques

May 25, 2021

Part 4 of a 6-part series titled “Simple and Easy: Winning in PDPM Payment and Regulatory Strategies”

Presented By: Leah Klusch, RN, BSN, FACHCA, Founder and Director of The Alliance Training Center

Date: May 25, 2021 at 1:00PM E/ 12:00PM C

Part 4 of a 6-Part Series
A vital part of the assessment process is the inclusion of “Resident Voice” using multiple interviews that create data in each data set. This session will identify the purpose and process that must be utilized to create data from multiple interviews each time an assessment is completed. The data assists in care planning, outcome documentation, and identification of cognitive, mood on clinical issues that need to be addressed.
Operational managers need to evaluate the quality of the interview process, the accuracy of coding in the data base and the implications for payment and survey issues. This session will demonstrate the process for evaluating these activities and the data they create. Specific case examples of documentation and process issues will be discussed along with simple implementation processes to assure accuracy and timelines of
data. Training and competency evaluations will also be discussed. A must do session to reduce payment loss and increased regulatory risk as well as support proper care interventions.

Key Webinar Learnings

  • Identify the importance of an MOS data formulation review focused on care delivery elder response to care and clinical measurements.
  • Describe the structure of documentation of the interview activity that is accurate to the definitions and processes required in the RAI Manual.
  • Discuss and demonstrate the formats that can be utilized to structure documentation of the interview to flow into the assessment process.
  • Discuss the impact data from interviews can have on PDPM payment rates and Quality Measures Reports.
  • Demonstrate specific interview techniques that are frequently done in adequately or improperly.


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