ADMISSION, DISCHARGE, MDS & CARE PLANNING OVERVIEW Admission and discharge regulations require an interdisciplinary approach to ensure that residents receive effective discharge planning from
ADMISSION, DISCHARGE, MDS & CARE PLANNING
Admission and discharge regulations require an interdisciplinary approach to ensure that residents receive effective discharge planning from the day of admission. The same interdisciplinary team is charged with completing the resident’s Minimum Data Set (MDS) and Resident-Centered Care Planning. This session will provide in-depth details about these subsections within Appendix PP.
- Identify individuals that must be represented in resident-centered care planning processes.
- Review when MDS assessments must be completed and submitted to CMS.
- Establish requirements for notification to residents regarding discharge and transfers.
Tailored for administrators, interdisciplinary care team members, including social services, dietary, activities, MDS Coordinators, and nurses in the senior living sector to gain crucial insights on CMS regulations in Long-Term Care Facilities. Learn essential compliance strategies, interpretative guidance, and noncompliance examples, facilitating the navigation of complex regulations alongside effective management of daily responsibilities.
To meet the regulatory and education requirements, participants must stay for the entire event to receive credit. Sign-in and sign-out times, as well as attentiveness, will be verified before credit is issued.
Registration fee includes digital handouts, one connection to the live webinars and instructions for receiving CE credit/attendance certificate for one person. A recording of this webinar is NOT included in the registration fee.
This event is scheduled in a virtual, live-streaming webinar format. To meet the regulatory and education requirements, participants must stay for the entire event to receive credit. Sign-in and sign-out times, will be verified before credit is issued.
March 27, 2024
1:30 – 2:30 pm CT
Webinar Zoom Link: Link will be sent to individuals at a later date.
Kellie Van Ree, Director of Clinical Services, LeadingAge Iowa, Urbandale
Kellie Van Ree started her career in long-term care as a dietary aide, working short shifts after school, later advancing to a certified nurse’s aide and a certified medication aide. In 2003, Kellie graduated from Kirkwood Community College, serving as an LPN, later returning to Kirkwood to complete her associate degree in applied science, and successfully completed RN boards. In 2009, Kellie again returned to Bellevue University to complete her bachelor’s degree in long-term care administration. In addition to being a state surveyor for a short period of time, Kellie served in many positions throughout a long-term care continuum including a home health nurse, corporate consultant, director of nursing, and administrator before becoming the director of clinical services with LeadingAge Iowa.
Provider and Business Members: $50 per connection
Non-members: $80 per connection
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(Wednesday) 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.