LAI103 - PDPM Primary Diagnosis Category - Acute Infections
This course is a recording of the March 28 webinar covering PDPM Primary Diagnosis Category: Acute Infections, which is a part of the 14-part PDPM webinar series (a comprehensive approach to readiness for October 1, 2019).
Presented on March 28, 2019
The new Medicare Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) is a significant change which will require in-depth, detailed training and planning. Each session in this series dives deeper into each element of the PDPM process and will provide the necessary coding instruction for each of those elements including how the ICD-10 codes fit into the PDPM clinical categories and drive reimbursement.
- Recognize the impact of the PT/OT Clinical Category Medical Management.
- Review the chapter specific ICD-10 coding guidelines for diagnosis codes included in Primary Diagnosis Clinical Category “Acute Infections” for the Medical Management PT/OT Clinical Category.
- Identify the steps for correct coding for some common SNF diagnoses from this Primary Diagnosis Clinical Category.
Judy Wilhide Brandt, RN, BA, CPC, QCP, RAC-MT, DNS-CT, Principal, Wilhide Consulting, Inc., Virginia Beach, VA
Who Should Attend
MDS coordinators, therapy personnel, ICD-10 coders, business office and finance personnel, administrators, DONs, and all other members of the Interdisciplinary Team accountable for payment.
Continuing Education Credit
Iowa Board of Nursing Provider #67 – 1.5 contact hours. Providership regulations do not allow for partial credit to be given for any portion of this program. Retain certificate for four years.
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This program recording is approximately 90 minutes in length. Registration fees include access to the recording and handouts for this program, as well as a CEU/attendance certificate for one user. Once you purchase the program, unlimited viewing of the recording content will be available using the registrant login information for 30 days.