December 10, 2021, at Omni Grove Inn Park | Event Showcases Post-Acute Care Industry-Renown Experts Who Will Address SNF Survey Trends, COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates and Social Determinants of Health | Learn more and register.
Broad River Rehab is proud to partner with NADONA to offer a new, four-part webinar series on Quality Measures. Each of these programs are eligible for 1 CE credit for both administrators and nurses. Here is the schedule for each event, along with the registration links: Part I: Quality Measurement: Applying an Understanding of the… Continue reading NADONA and Broad River Rehab Team-Up to Offer Four-Part Quality Measures Webinar Series
Every day now we are hearing and reading about quality issues in the nursing home. The Pandemic has thrown a spotlight on areas that needed to be exposed. Focused infection control survey data now impacts your facility’s 5-star rating and new quality measures are constantly being introduced as measures under consideration or are being proposed… Continue reading SNF FY 2022 Proposed Rule – Learn the Facts Behind the Headlines Part 4: Attention to Quality: The New Normal
The PDPM Calculator helps you understand how changes in Default Clinical Category, Section GG, Speech and Language Pathology, Non-Therapy Ancillaries and Nursing Categories will change your PDPM categorization AND pay. All urban and rural areas are included.
Today we start a blog series dedicated to unpacking the FY 2022 SNF PPS Proposed Rule that was released late in the day on April 8th. CMS has proposed many significant initiatives that will affect every aspect of Skilled Nursing Operations in the coming months and years to come. This first blog will address the… Continue reading SNF FY 2022 Proposed Rule – Learn the Facts Behind the Headlines Part 1
Since the inception of the PDPM, providers have grappled with the nuances of the new payment system in an effort to ensure that reimbursement accommodate the services that are provided to each resident. The challenge has been that the PDPM is nothing like the former RUG-IV system in which facilities were essentially paid for volume… Continue reading The Power of the PDPM Primary Diagnosis