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ICD-10-CM Coding & PDPM Impact Workshop

ICD-10 accuracy is one key for success under PDPM. Your Medicare Team must learn to select the primary reason for admission, and use correct and accurate codes on the MDS in Section I0020B to ensure optimal Clinical Category for PT, OT, and SLP components of the rate. Accurate coding of Section I also includes comorbidity diagnoses for Non-Therapy Ancillary (NTA) and SLP components. Space is limited ... register today!

 Export to Your Calendar 8/28/2019
When: August 28, 2019
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Where: St. Ann's
2161 Leonard Street, NW
Grand Rpaids, Michigan  49504
United States
Presenter: Stephanie Byrley, RT, OTR, RAC-CT
Contact: Blake Weller
517-323-3687


Online registration is available until: 8/28/2019
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DESCRIPTION
ICD-10 accuracy is one key for success under PDPM. Your Medicare Team must learn to select the primary reason for admission, and use correct and accurate codes on the MDS in Section I0020B to ensure optimal Clinical Category for PT, OT and SLP components of the rate. Accurate coding of Section I also includes comorbidity diagnosis for Non-Therapy Ancillary (NTA) and SLP components.

By the end of the workshop, learners will be able to:
- Demonstrate understanding of how Diagnosis codes impact Case Mix Group for PT, OT, SLP and NTA.
- Implement method for selecting Primary SNF Diagnosis for PDPM clinical category.
- Understand common errors in selecting ICD-10 codes to prevent errors in the future.

WORKSHOP CURRICULUM

- Review of PDPM ICD-10 qualifiers for PT/OT
- Review of PDPM ICD-10 qualifiers for ST and comorbidities
- Review of ICD-10 Codes for NTA comorbidities
- Potential Hospital Procedure coding implications on MDS
- How to identify and ensure accurate coding of diagnosis to support optimal Case Mix Group
- Review of Official Coding Guidelines
- Coding Conventions
- General Coding Guidelines
- Chapter Specific Guidelines
- Differences between Initial and Subsequent Encounter for 7th Character
- Documentation to Support Coding and Claim
- Accurate Diagnosis that Support Medical Record
- Selection of Principal Diagnosis/Questionable Diagnoses
- Coding Resources
- ICD-10-CM Examples/Case Studies
- Practicums – Please make sure you have either an ICD-10-CM coder book or an electronic device to access a website to participate in the practicums.

PRESENTER
Stephanie Byrley, 
RT, OTR, RAC-CT
Therapy Consultant
Polaris Group

Stephanie Byrley has over 25 years of healthcare experience ranging from the acute care setting to the long-term care setting. She has led and directed rehabilitation services while executing the strategies and plans essential to achieving clinical and financial success. Stephanie held positions as a staff therapist, Facility Rehab Director, Area Director of Rehab and Vice President of Therapy Operations. Most recently, Stephanie has worked as a therapy consultant and educator for the Polaris Group.

She obtained her RT and OT degree from the University of Southern IN. She is certified as a Chronic Care Professional and has a certificate in Change Management from Cornell University. Stephanie is affiliated with AOTA, NBCOT, AHIMA and AANAC.

Thank you to our LeadingAge Michigan Member for generously supporting this live training.

REGISTRATION RATES
Member: $330
Non-Member: $395

TARGET AUDIENCE
Staff responsible for ICD-10-CM coding in medical record, MDS and UB-04 Claim.
Including but not limited to: MDS Nurses, MDS Coordinators, Nurse Managers, Nurses, Billers, Medical Records, Therapists, DON's, ADONs', Administrators, Director of Operations, Department Heads & Supervisors.


CONTINUING EDUCATION

NURSE:
 Continuing education credit for nurses will be offered by Polaris Group. A certificate of completion will be provided by Polaris Group at the conclusion of the training.

Six (6.0) contact hours will be awarded per successful completion of the entire training day.


COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS

  • Sign-in at the beginning of the event
  • Attendance at the entire event
  • Completion of evaluation
  • Once the evaluation is complete, NHA's will access their certificate on LeadingAgeMI.org and nurses will receive a certificate from the Polaris Group.

CANCELLATION
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PLANNING COMMITTEE
Laura Funsch, RN, BSN, MSA; Dana Prince, MHA, NHA; Laura Fuller, CMP and Blake Weller, BA

DISCLOSURES
The planners and presenters agree to ensure the content for this educational activity is evidence-based or based on the best-available evidence, and is presented free from bias. There is no conflict of interest and the content does not promote the products or services of any individual presenter or organization.

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