[On-demand webinar] PDPM in the real world: Solutions and case studies

Ken BellClient News, Skilled Nursing, Training9 Comments

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn practical, real-world tips for PDPM preparation.

By now you know “what” and “why” of the new Patient-Driven Payment Model, but what about the “how”? How can you ensure accurate diagnoses, manage changing per-diem rates and avoid the specter of audits? How can you analyze and optimize your facility’s data to prepare now for PDPM?

In this free webinar, you’ll learn real-world advice and tips to help you survive and thrive in the new PDPM world. We will also feature a detailed case study of Sava Senior Care (200+ facilities) and their “all hands on deck” strategy to ensure success under PDPM.


PDPM in the real world: Solutions and case studies

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What you’ll learn

  • Real-world tips to prepare now for PDPM
  • Keys to optimal coding, before and after Oct. 1
  • How per-diem rates affect reimbursement
  • Avoiding audits related to therapy, coding and mood scoring
  • Gauging your PDPM readiness using your current MDS data
  • Best practices from one of the country’s largest SNF companies
  • How to analyze and optimize your facility data for PDPM

Our presenters

Amy Phipps
Senior VP of Care Management,
Sava Senior Care

Jason Jones
Chief Technology Officer,

Corey Pauley
Director, Product & Software Engineering,

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9 Comments on “[On-demand webinar] PDPM in the real world: Solutions and case studies”

  1. I attended the Webinar today (4/12/19) “PDPM in the real world”. In the Q/A portion of the Webinar it was mentioned that SimpleLTC would have Amy Phillip’s (Sava Care) NTA Tool posted on this Website and I’m not seeing it. When will it be available?

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