Thiis the course offerings for OSF.
This course series contains 10 modules covering the Conditions of Participation and Interpretive Guidelines, 2019
In this module you will learn the CoPs for Release of patient identifiable OASIS information and Reporting of OASIS information.
This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.115 Personnel Qualifications for all personnel.
This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.50 Patient rights
This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.55 Comprehensive Assessment of patients including initial assessment, completion, content, and update of the comprehensive assessment.
This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.60 Care Planning, Coordination of Services, and Quality of Care including plan off care, conformance with physician orders, review and revision of POC, coordination of care, and written information to the patient.
This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.65 QAPI including program scope, data, activities, projects, and executive responsibilities. It also contains 484.70 Infection Prevention and Control: prevention, control, and education.
This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.75 Skilled Professional Services provision of services and responsibility by skilled professionals.
This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.80 Home Health Services including, qualifications, competency, and training.
This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.100 Compliance, 484.102 Emergency Preparedness and 484.110 Clinical Records including, content, retention, and protection of records.
This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.105 Organization and Administration of Services including governing body, administrator, and clinical manager.
This module provides basic information regarding endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic disease and the coding rules and guidelines for ICD-10-CM Chapter 4 in the hospice setting.
This course series contains 6 modules on PDGM, including Overview, Primary Dx, Comorbid Adjustment, Functional Impairment Level, LUPAs, and Strategies
This module contains an overview of PDGM. It provides general information into the interactions that will make up an HHRG in PDGM.
This module contains PDGM Primary Diagnosis including selection of diagnosis, non-valid codes, and using the CMS grouper tool.
This module contains information for the comorbid adjustment including no, low, and high comorbid adjustments.
This module contains information on the functional impairment level, the OASIS items for PDGM, and how scores are obtained for PDGM.
This module contains information on PDGM in LUPAs and the visit thresholds for various groupings in PDGM.
In this module, you will find information for agencies to develop strategies to prepare and succeed in PDGM. It includes strategies for all agency personnel.
Coding in CY2020. Webinar on the coding changes effective October 1, 2019 and their implications in PDGM are discussed.
OASIS in CY2020. Review upcoming proposed OASIS changes for the CY2020.
Understanding the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) for Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF). 4 Modules. The new Patient-Driven Payment Model poses increased challenges to Skilled Nursing Facilities. It is a complete 180-degree turn in therapy plan. Understand the major differences between the SNF payment models. Identify key information used in RUG-IV and PDPM. Identify new MDS items. PDPM becomes effective on October 1, 2019. Prepare now.
This module contains an overview of the RUG-IV and PDPM SNF PPS payment models.
This module reviews the calculation of the PT, OT, and SLP components of PDPM.
This module reviews the calculation of the NTA and Nursing components of PDPM and also reviews how the variable per diem rate is calculated
This module reviews coding in PDPM and additional updates per the final rule.