"Unlocking the Medicare Mystery" 4 Part Series Webinar, Presented by Mary-Beth Newell, VP of Clinical Reimbursement for Post Acute Consulting

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Post Acute Consulting presents a 4 part webinar series will teach nursing's role in medicare, a detailed look at ADL coding, skilled nursing under Medicare, and skilled nursing documentation.

Post Acute Consulting's subject matter expert, Mary-Beth Newell will present the educational webinar, "Unlocking the Medicare Mystery."

Nursing's Role In Medicare is an introductory course that reviews ADL coding, skilled nursing services and nursing documentation. The participant will gain a basic understanding of the role these play in influencing Medicare reimbursement. Sessions 2, 3 and 4 will review these topics in depth and present solutions to common problems.

The second webinar, "Asses It" is an in depth course to help the participant understand ADL coding and the ADLs that impact reimbursement. The most common coding errors are reviewed, as well as helpful tips to prevent them. Case studies will be presented to illustrate the significant financial loss associated with inaccurate coding of ADLs.

The third webinar, "Provide It"is a course that helps the participant gain confidence in understanding what conditions & services are considered to be skilled nursing. It provides clarification with the often misunderstood “aggregate of unskilled services.” Helpful tips & processes to monitor residents are discussed. Participants have an opportunity to utilize critical thinking skills and demonstrate their new knowledge through case studies.

The last webinar is a fun course that provides background knowledge related to skilled services. The importance of ADL documentation is reviewed, as well as the licensed nurse’s role in this important process. Theory related to documentation is provided, as well as fun “compare & contrast” charting examples that help to clearly show how just changing or adding a few words can make a big impact.

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