NOTE• If you’re looking for the recording/slides for this webinar, please see our MDS Changes resource page.
• We’ve scheduled a second live presentation of this webinar, Thursday, Aug. 3, 10:00am CDT. To register, click here.
On June 30, SimpleLTC and Texas Medicaid Coalition hosted a free webinar covering upcoming Oct. 1 changes to the MDS 3.0 process, including Section GG, designed to help facilities assess the functional ability of a skilled resident at the time of admission and establish discharge goals, as well as a review of those goals at discharge.
It also included information about the New Part A Discharge assessment and other updates to the RAI Manual and MDS 3.0 coding. Our special guest speaker was Shelly Nanney, State MDS Clinical Coordinator with the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services.
- Section GG: Functional Ability and Goals
- Nursing Home Part A PPS Discharge (NPE) Item Set
- Brief overview of CMS planned changes to Sections C, J and M
Get the content
We’ve now made a recording of the webinar and slides available on our MDS Changes resources page. If you’d like to review the session content or share it with colleagues, you can find it here.
Attend our 2nd live session
Due to the overwhelming response to the first training session, we’ve scheduled a second live presentation of the webinar, which will be offered Aug. 3 at 10:00am Central Time. Please click here to register. Note that space is limited and our last session filled up fast, so please register soon.
About our speaker
Shelly Nanney is the MDS Clinical Coordinator for the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). With 28 years’ experience as an RN in long-term care, she has worked in almost every capacity in nursing, from CNA to floor nurse, eventually becoming a DON and a Medicare Consultant, serving facilities in 5 states. Her passion is education and she believes that with knowledge, we empower our staff to improve the quality of lives for our residents.
This webinar is presented by SimpleLTC and Texas Medicaid Coalition, and is free of charge for all attendees. The content is applicable to all SNFs and MDS personnel responsible for MDS accuracy and CMS compliance.
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