[On-demand] Shipwrecked or smooth sailing? How to stay on course with GG & PDPM

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Don’t hit the rocks! Stay on course with GG and PDPM

October 1st changes will be here before you know it! How can you chart a sure course and ensure smooth sailing for GG and PDPM? While we await new RAI manual updates surrounding the removal of Section G regarding Quality Measures and reimbursement, now’s the time to prepare for accuracy and capture with GG and PDPM.

In this webinar, we share findings on the most missed PDPM capture items and GG issues, including tips, strategies, and critical resources for success.

What you’ll learn

  • Rules surrounding GG capture and utilization impacting clinical care, functional outcome reporting, and reimbursement with a glimpse into the future as we know it
  • How to implement PDPM data capture to reflect true patient conditions that impact care delivery and reimbursement
  • Top 3 misses in PDPM capture and GG missteps with analytical insight, knowledge, resources, and strategies

[Recording] Shipwrecked or smooth sailing?

How to stay on course with GG & PDPM

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About your speaker

Susan Krall, Chief Strategy Officer, QRM

Susan is a Physical Therapist with 30+ years of multi-state Post-Acute rehab management experience. Her client base includes privately owned and nationwide for-profit and not-for-profit SNFs and CCRC campuses. At Quality Rehab Management (QRM), Susan helps clients identify strategies for enhanced outcomes and patient satisfaction in today’s regulatory environment.

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5 Comments on “[On-demand] Shipwrecked or smooth sailing? How to stay on course with GG & PDPM”

  1. Hi Socorro — Thanks for your interest! Yes, we always record our webinars and post them on our blog. You’ll be able to find it there the day after the live event.

  2. I watch this seminar last week but I did not get access to the handouts.
    May I have them please, for future reference?

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