PDPM: A World Where Nursing & Therapy Are the Unlikely Heroes
What if the silver lining for PDPM is a more collaborative partnership between Nursing and Therapy? Two clinical experts from Nursing and Therapy will lock elbows to focus on how very unique interdisciplinary initiatives can ultimately drive PDPM success! Focus will be on “Complimentary Clinical Programming” – that can be implemented today – to optimize care coordination, documentation and coding practices that will serve to best prepare your team for PDPM. Amidst an almost crippling nursing shortage -- PDPM will put exponential pressure on Nursing. And while Therapy has traditionally relied on Nursing documentation to support rehab-driven reimbursement, this trend will reverse under PDPM. This discussion promises to redefine what it means to succeed under PDPM and shine a new SPOTLIGHT on what you should expect from your Therapy team in 2019 and beyond! Join us for an interactive, provocative and energetic dialogue on the many changes and challenges on the horizon. Be inspired by a solutions-oriented approach to: reducing stress on nursing; driving performance outcomes for ongoing initiatives (e.g.: VBP, QAPI, QRP); optimizing PDPM-related processes (e.g.: coding, documentation) -- to ultimately impact your facility’s bottom line.
Kristy Yoskey, MOT, OTR/L, RAC-CT, Senior Vice President of Clinical Strategies, HealthPRO Heritage
Kristy is a seasoned health care reform expert with a dynamic approach to advising providers within the post-acute care industry. As a solutions-oriented leader and consultant, she meets the challenges of a rapidly changing health care environment with innovative clinical and financial strategies. With a heavy focus in discharge navigation across the continuum, Kristy helps clients from pre admission to post discharge as well as implementation of evidence based clinical care paths. With more than 10 years of experience in rehab management, Kristy has worked with dozens of clients to optimize operational efficiency, clinical program development, and compliance integrity. Kristy has presented in several regional markets to share up-to-date information and insights as well as her thought- provoking approach to meeting the challenges of health care reform initiatives. Her philosophy encourages proactive communication, open collaboration, and honest dialogue regarding safe care transitions and outcomes.
•This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Ohio Nurses Association Approver Unit, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s commission on Accreditation.
•1.5 Contact hours will be awarded for this continuing nursing education activity. Criteria for successful completion include attendance for the entire event and submission of the evaluation form.
Continuing education certificates will be awarded ONLY to those who attend the live presentation.
When: Oct 29, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: H. PDPM: A World Where Nursing & Therapy Are the Unlikely Heroes
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