TMC PDPM Webinar Series
PDPM: CMS Potential Audit Areas – As PDPM approaches, many providers are concerned about what Medicare Audits will include after October 1st. Learn the potential audit issues that skilled nursing facilities will face under PDPM.
Census: Best Practices for PDPM – As PDPM approaches with multiple operational considerations, how much preparation has gone into your PDPM Census Plan? Learn what it takes to be a Preferred Provider in referral partnerships, identify tools to enhance market position, and review industry payment models.
PDPM and Nursing’s Role – Learn detailed information on nursing’s role and impact on PDPM revenue and receive guidance on nursing documentation and the role it plays in the new payment model.
Respiratory Therapy and PDPM – As PDPM approaches, providers will be allowed a chance to receive reimbursement for Respiratory Services. Learn more about the benefits of implementing these services and tips on accurately coding them.
Dementia Staging – Learn how Dementia Staging empowers teams to have meaningful interactions with residents and its reimbursement implications in PDPM.
Restorative Nursing – How will your Restorative Nursing program measure up under PDPM?
MDS Coding – Learn how to accurately code the conditions and needs of your patients under PDPM.
PDPM Pricing – Learn how to choose the PDPM pricing option that best aligns with your clinical and financial needs.
The Basics – This short webinar will review the basic components of PDPM and how case mix is determined.
Preparation is Key – Learn what you and your staff can be doing now to prepare for PDPM.
Navigating Your Way Through PDPM – This is a comprehensive overview of PDPM that goes beyond The Basics.
PDPM: A Financial Game Plan
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We’re Responding with a Revolutionary Clinical Model.
Rest assured, TMC is staying ahead of the curve. We’re currently developing a proactive model of care versus the reactive model our industry uses now. This means better care for patients, and more efficient systems for you. In fact, we’ve already made impressive progress in a number of critical areas.