Untangle Your MDS 3.0 Data ProcessesApril 13, 2021
Part 1 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: April 13, 2021 at 1:00PM ET / 12:00PM CT
Changing regulatory and payment integrity focus by federal agencies requires that operational and clinical managers monitor the facility database to identify risk areas that could precipitate increased audit and survey activity. The primary source of data in the facility database is created by the MDS 3.0 assessments. This session, the first in a series, will identify specific data collection and transmission issues that are being used by CMS to evaluate facility specific database accuracy (payment) and data patterns that precipitate increased regulatory activity. This session will identify components of the facility data base that must be monitored internally to reduce reporting errors. Case examples of staff training and competency programs will be discussed as well as documentation formats to diminish errors or data omissions.
Key Webinar Learnings
- Identify the regulatory requirements for database accuracy and transmission timelines.
- Review simple approaches and managers can use to establish a regular evaluation of key items on the assessment.
- Review competency documents of the key personnel managing data base development and transmission related to the PDPM transition October 2019.
- Establish staff competency and policy documents to reinforce accurate, consistent data collection, reporting and facility database content.