September 16, 2020
1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. CST
This session will review discharge to community, hospital readmissions, and emergency room visit quality measures that impact the Quality Measure component of the Nursing Home Compare Five-Star Quality Rating System. During the session, we will review how these measures are calculated and how they impact your overall Five-Star Quality Rating. The session will focus on best practices for decreasing unplanned discharges, emergency room visits, and return to hospital visits in short-term stay residents and improve your quality measures using a QAPI framework with emphasis on reduction of common MDS coding errors and implementation of a facility specific Five-Star road map action plan. Sample tools will be shared for driving and sustaining Five-Star Quality.
- Understand how the discharge to community, hospital readmissions, and emergency room visits quality measures are calculated and impact the Five-Star Quality Rating score.
- Understand the Requirements of Participation related to Discharge Planning.
- Describe best practices for improving discharge to community, hospital readmissions, and emergency room visits quality measures impacting the Five-Star Quality Rating score.
- Describe a process for establishing priority QAPI goals and actions to improve discharge to community, hospital readmissions, and emergency room visits quality measures.
Directors of nursing, assistant directors of nursing, nurse managers, nursing home administrators, nursing staff and leaders, quality assurance directors, social services, and rehabilitation services in nursing facilities.
Shelly Maffia, MSN, MBA, RN, LNHA, QCP, Director of Regulatory Services for Proactive Medical Review & Consulting, has more than 15 years of leadership and consulting experience. Shelly has held positions as director of nursing, nursing home administrator, and corporate nurse consultant and has experience in various training positions. Currently, Shelly provides consultation on regulatory compliance to nursing facilities in multiple states. Her expertise includes developing clinical training tools, policies, procedures, protocols, and training programs on systems, processes, and best practices. Shelly is a QAPI Certified Professional (QCP) through the American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordinators.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
Individuals participating in the webinar can earn 1.25 hours of continuing education credit by paying the additional $15 per person continuing education credit fee.
When registering for the webinar, enter the name, title, and email address for each person requesting continuing education credit.
Continuing education documentation will be emailed to registrants upon completion of the webinar.
Continuing education credit is provided through the National Association of Long-Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB). This webinar is approved for 1.25 hours of continuing education credit.
Must register at least two hours prior to event. Webinar registration fees are non-refundable.
An invoice will be emailed. If you wish to confirm your registration, call the NNFA office (402-435-3551).
All NNFA/NALA Personal Associate Members and Student Members, NHPCA members, LPNAN members, and non‑members – fees must be paid in advance and must accompany the registration form.
The webinar link will be emailed to registrants.
WEBINAR REGISTRATION FEES
Facility Registration Fee (No continuing education credit included):
Member Facility*……………………….. $55 per facility
Non-Member Facility…………………. $110 per facility
Continuing Education Credit Fee:
Continuing Education Credit…….. $15 per person
If you are interested in purchasing the entire Proactive Webinar 5-Star Insights Series, contact NHCA: email email@example.com or phone 402-435-3551.
If you are not able to watch the live webinar, you can purchase the recording for $149. No refund will be available. This is non-negotiable.
*Member rates apply to NNFA, NALA, NAHHA, LPNAN, and NHPCA members.
2018-2019 PROACTIVE WEBINAR SERIES: CONQUERING 2019 INDUSTRY CHANGES
Sept. 4……….. Phase 2 RoP: What We Have Learned; Strategies Based on Survey Deficiencies
Oct. 2………… Phase 3 RoP: What to Expect; Developing Your Facility Action Plan
Nov. 6………… PDPM: Understanding PDPM and Developing Your Facility Action Plan
Dec. 4………… Phase 3: Implementing an Effective QAPI Program
Jan. 8…………. PDPM: Effective Systems and Coding of Section GG
Feb. 5………… Phase 3: Implementing an Effective SNF Compliance and Ethics Program
March 5…….. SNF Quality Reporting (QRP) and SNF Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Programs
April 2………… PDPM: Developing ICD.10 Expertise for Effective Coding of Clinical Categories and Non-Therapy Ancillary
May 7………… Phase 3: Implementing Successful Staff Training and Competency Programs
June 4……….. PDPM: Rehab Program Transitions and Provider Insight for SNF PT, OT and SLP Service Reimbursement
July 2…………. Phase 3: Next Steps for the Infection Preventionist
Aug. 6………… Operational Strategies for Success under PDPM (with expert panel)
Sept. 3……….. Phase 3: Trauma Informed and Culturally Competent Care
Oct. 1………… PDPM Triple Check Process and Billing Accuracy
Nov. 5………… Skilled Nursing Supportive Documentation for PDPM
Dec. 3………… MDS Coding Precision & PDPM Audit Processes
To purchase recordings of past Conquering 2019 Industry Changes webinars, click here.