Post-Acute Academy

Online courses to support home health agencies, hospices, and skilled nursing facilities with education designed for agency leadership and staff.Read More

Post-Acute Academy

Online courses to support home health agencies, hospices, and skilled nursing facilities with education designed for agency leadership and staff.

Post Acute Academy

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Home Health VBP - Preparing Your Agency

In this course we will describe the overall HHVBP Initiative. We will outline elements of an effective approach to internal processess that can prepare your agency for improved "value" management. We will identify strategic planning techniques to ensure improved outcomes throughout your organization. 1 Contact Hour for Nurses Meets the Criteria for 1 HCS-O CE


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

Home Health VBP - and OASIS Impact Overview

Value Based Purchasing (HHVBP) and the recent changes from CMS. Viewers will learn which quality outcome measures are used in HHVBP. Viewers will learn the specific OASIS guidance related to items used in the HHVBP calculation and how TNC raw scores are calculated.


Michelle Horner, RN, HCS-D, HCS-H, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

Home Health VBP - Calculations

Join us as we help agencies identify their cohort for scoring. We will explain the five step process for Total Normalized Composite Measure calculations, how this relates to the raw score, achievement score, improvement scores, weighting, re-weighting and risk adjustment. We will explain how all elements of calculation help arrive at the agencies Total Performance Score (TPS) and how this is used to determine and agencies adjustment up and down in the payment year.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

Home Health VBP - Claims Based Measures

Join us in reviewing the Home Health VBP Claims Based Measures of Acute Care Hospitalization and Emergency Department use in the first 60 days of home health. We will also review the new QRP measure of Potentially Preventable Hospitalization (PPH) , as well as actions your agency can take to improve these outcomes.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health VBP - Total Normalized Composite - Mobility

Join us in reviewing the Total Normalized Composite - Change in Mobility items and outcome measures used in HHVBP. We will review OASIS item guidance related M1840, M1850 and M1860, as well as related Q&As and calculation specifics. We will also identify actions your agency can take to help improve these outcomes.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health VBP - Total Normalized Composite - Self- Care

Join us in reviewing the Total Normalized Composite - Change in Self-Care items and outcome measures used in HHVBP. We will review OASIS item guidance related M1800, M1810, M1820, M1830, M1845 and M1870, as well as related Q&As and calculation specifics. We will also identify actions your agency can take to help improve these outcomes.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health VBP - Other OASIS Items

Join us in reviewing the "Other" OASIS items and outcome measures used in HHVBP but not included in the the TNC calculations. We will review OASIS item guidance related M1400, M2020 and M2420, as well as related Q&As and calculation specifics. We will also identify actions your agency can take to help improve these outcomes.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health VBP Complete Series

Value Based Purchasing (HHVBP) and the recent changes from CMS. Viewers will learn which quality outcome measures are used in HHVBP. Viewers will learn the specific OASIS guidance related to items used in the HHVBP calculation and how TNC raw scores are calculated.


FY2022 ICD-10-CM Coding Changes

Join us as we highlight the new coding changes effective Oct.1, 2021. We will discuss coding changes, background information on the conditions discussed and what this means for code assignment.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

OASIS-E - Overview OASIS Changes Part 1

Join us in for part one of the OASIS E Overview series. In this module we will discuss changes that will come to the OASIS data set with OASIS E. We wiil identify new OASIS items and sections, and describe specifics related to the new items.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS-E - Overview Part 2

This course will help provide a more global understanding of the reasons behind the OASIS revisions and what CMS is aiming to accomplish. In this session, we will discuss the driving force behind the constant change, take a glimpse at what lies ahead for the OASIS-E related to these changes.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1033 Risk for Hospitalization

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1033 Risk for Hospitalization of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition, we will review several scenarios on M1033 item completion.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-H, HCS-O, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1242 Frequency of Pain Interfering

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1242 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition, we will review several scenarios on M1242 completion.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1340 Surgical Wound & M1342 Status of Surgical Wound

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1340 Surgical Wounds and M1342 Status of Surgical Wound of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition, we will review several scenarios on M1340/M1342 completion.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1330-M1334 - Stasis Ulcers

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1330-M1334 Stasis Ulcer Items of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition, we will review several scenarios on M1330-M1334 completion.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1400 Dyspnea

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1400 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition we will review several scenarios on M1400 completion.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1740 & M1745 Cognitive, psychiatric symptoms and behaviors

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1740 and M1745 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition, we will review several scenarios on M1740 and M1745 completion.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-H, HCS-O, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1830 Bathing

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1830 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition we will review several scenarios on M1830 completion.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-H, HCS-O, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1840 Toilet Transferring

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1840 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition, we will review several scenarios on M1840 completion.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1845 Toileting Hygiene

This course will do a deep review of the Item Intent, response specific instructions and guidance for M1845. CMS Q&As related to item M1845 will be reviewed Followed by an opportunity to apply knowledge by reviewing practice scenarios related to M1845.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1850 Transferring

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1850 Transferring of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition, we will review several scenarios on M1850 item completion.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1860 Ambulation/Locomotion

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1860 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition we will review several scenarios on M1860 completion.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1870 Feeding

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1870 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition we will review several scenarios on M1870 completion.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M2020 & M2030 Oral and Injectable Medications

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M2020/M2030 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition, we will review several scenarios on M2020/M2030 completion.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

OASIS Scenario - OASIS GG Section

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of GG0100, GG0110, GG0130, GG0170 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item.


Lisa Selman-Holman JD, BSN, RN

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Compliance Series

The Home Health Core Concepts Series covers many topics at the core of home health practices. Topics in this series include: 1. Medicare Notices Dos and Don’ts 2. F2F 3. Documentation Core Concepts 4. Care Management 5. OASIS in PDGM and Risk for Hospitalization 6. How to Choose a Focus of Care 7. Interactive OASIS 8. Plan of Care Concepts 8 Nursing Contact hours Meets Criteria for 8 HCS-D CE's


Home Health Core Concepts - OASIS Series

The Home Health OASIS Concepts Series covers topics related to the OASIS data set beyond the basics. In this series topics will include: 1. OASIS in the Scheme of Things - SPADEs & IMPACT Act 2. OASIS in PDGM and Risk for Hospitalization 3. Interactive OASIS 4. Star Rating and Quality Reporting 5. Key OASIS Item Accuracy 6. Documentation Core Concepts 7. Understanding the Discharge OASIS Assessment 8. QAPI and PIP’s 8 Contact Hours for Nurses Eligible 8 HCS-O CE's


Home Health Core Concepts - Coding Series

The Home Health Coding Concepts Series will include topics that are imperative to accurate, compliant code assignment. Courses in this series include: 1. Bridging the Gap – Avoiding pitfalls 2. The Prominence of the Primary Diagnosis 3. Focus of Care Scenarios part1 4. Focus of Care Scenarios part 2 5. Comorbidities: The Secret Weapon for Reimbursement 6. Supporting Documentation for Code Assignment 7. It’s All A Fog; Wound Coding Clarification 7 Clock hours for HCSSA Administrators and Alternates 7 Contact hours for Nurses Meets criteria for 7 HCS-D CEU's


Home Health Core Concepts - OASIS Success in PDGM: Functionals & Hospital Risk

Join us as we describe how functional items impact reimbursement in PDGM. We will explain what OASIS items impact function impairments lievs and how these scores integrate with the patient's clinical grouping. Try you had at practice scenarios to identify functional response, calculations and determination of functional impairment level.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Documentation for Code Assignment

Learn the importance of clinical documentation in ICD-10-CM coding. Learn specific documentation requirements for endocrine, nutritional, metabolic disorders, circulatory, respiratory, nervous system, and other diseases. Guard against third party scrutiny when assigning primary and comorbidity codes. 1 Contact Hour for Nurses Meets Criteria for 1 HCS-D CE


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - QAPI and PIP's

Join us as we discuss the evolution of QAPI as demonstrated by the Conditions of Participation. We will describe the 5 elements of an effective QAPI program, the various methods for obtaining data for your agency's QAPI as well as describing how to integrate QAPI into staff development while maintaining a learning environment.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Plan of Care

This module will review the requirements of the Conditions of Participation to be included in the plan of care. It will also review best practices and tips for applying the CoP requirements to completion of the 485 form


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Key OASIS Item Accuracy for Better Outcomes

In this module we will review OASIS conventions and response-specific instructions for key assessment items used for quality reporting. We will review how to use clinical documentation to back up OASIS responses for these items. Practical application scenarios will be included.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Documentation

OASIS accuracy and effective, patient-directed care starts with a team approach and collaboration. We will discuss what documentation the assessing clinician should be considering with OASIS completion. We review why timely, accurate, thorough documentation is important. We will review clinical documentation reimbursement requirements, documenting homebound status and medical necessity. We will also review what is needed for quality narrative note that supports Medicare eligibility.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Comorbidities: The Secret Weapon for Reimbursement

What do the secondary or comorbid diagnoses look like in PDGM? Do I really need to list all 24 diagnoses? Understand the significant financial ramifications if we miss documentation clues for diagnoses with comorbidity adjustment. Work with us through scenarios for comorbidity adjustments. 1 Contact Hour for Nurses Meets Criteria for 1 HCS-D CE


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Star Ratings and Quality Reporting

Learn how to find Star Ratings on the new Care Compare site. Learn how Star Ratings are calculated, how to answer the OASIS items involved in the calculation as well as what your agency can do to increase your Star Ratings.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - It's All A Fog: Wound Coding Clarification

Wound coding seems to present coding challenges for most agencies. In this webinar we will review: What are the underlying challenges associated with wound code assignment? What are some of the common wound etiologies? We will review wound severity definitions. We will Identify important key words in documentation that help lead to proper wound code assignment, as well as when queries are needed to clarify what’s in the medical record. We will also review best practice specifics related to wounds. Wounds often provide challenges with reimbursement and resource utilization, clearing up the confusion early on will promote more focused patient outcomes, and ensure you have the documentation in place to support your treatment plan. 1 Contact Hour for Nurses Meets Criteria for 1 HCS-D CE


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - The Prominence of the Primary Diagnosis

So much in PDGM interacts with the correct primary diagnosis or clinical grouping. In this webinar understand the importance of the primary diagnosis for so many dimensions of PDGM. In this session you will: 1) Learn how to ensure a valid and accurate primary diagnosis. 2) Understand the 12 clinical grouping categories. 3) Identify diagnoses that frequently cause problems. 4) Know when and why to query for the appropriate information for code assignment of the primary diagnosis. 1 Contact Hour for Nurses Meets criteria for 1 HCS-D CE


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Medicare Notices Do's and Don'ts

In this course you will learn about the 3 types of Medicare notices used in home health. You will learn when to provide the Advance Beneficiary Notice or ABN , the Home Health Change of Care Notice or HHCCN and the Notice of Medicare Non-Coverage or NOMNC as well as specifics on form completion.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - OASIS in the Scheme of Things: SPADEs & IMPACT Act

Just when we become comfortable with the latest version of OASIS it changes again! Have you ever wondered why the OASIS is revised so often? As OASIS reviewers we must continually adapt and expand our knowledge and approach to reviews. This can be challenging, but it helps to have a more global understanding of the reasons behind the OASIS revisions and what CMS is aiming to accomplish. In this session, we will discuss the driving force behind the constant change, take a glimpse at what lies ahead for the OASIS. PRESENTER: Pamela Wandrie


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Interactive OASIS Evaluation

We are faced with many challenges in ensuring OASIS accuracy. This accuracy is the key to proper reimbursement and quality outcomes like Star Ratings. This session will demonstrate with visual examples, scenarios explaining OASIS item intent as well as common therapy terms and other documentation patterns commonly used in the industry. This course will assist in improving the practical application of documentation review to achieve accurate OASIS scoring.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Face to Face

In this module we will discuss the face to face requirement. We will explain eligibility requirements for Medicare home health as well as identify elements of a face to face requirement. We will discuss CMS Q&A's regarding the face to face requirement as well as report industry wide developments regarding the face to face requirement. Finally, we will describe and demonstrate an agency checklist to help promote an accurate face to face.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

Health and Safety - Hand Hygiene

In this module we will : Understand the CoPs: Hand Hygiene Understand the whys of Hand Hygiene Understand how to properly wash hands Understand the use of hand sanitizers JCAHO Compliance


Sherri Parson RN, HSC-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Bridging the Quality Gap

Bridging the Quality Gap - Auditing Pitfalls. In this module you will become familiar with the auditor challenges often shaped by our backgrounds and learn strategies to overcome these frequent pitfalls. 1 Contact Hour for Nurses Meets Criteria for 1 HCS-D CE


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts- Understanding the Discharge OASIS Assessment

This course reviews the importance of OASIS items found in the discharge OASIS assessment, and the impact these items have on outcomes, star ratings and value-based payment. Get practical help with accurately coding the discharge assessment items, and how to avoid pitfalls that could lead to oversights and errors.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Care Management

Care Management consists of a multi-disciplinary team providing coordinated care for high-risk patient populations. It requires identification, stratification, and prioritization through technology and various interventions. Care Management goes across transitional care, episodic care, and potential palliative care through engagement with the patient, caregiver, coaching, education, interdisciplinary communication and patient outreach. It is cost-effective, practices non-duplication of services and allows clinicians to provide optimal quality of care to achieve patient’s optimal wellness. A pre-recorded webinar, Sept 2018


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-H, HCS-O, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Focus of Care Scenarios Part 1

A course to provide review of the conventions driving the selection of a primary diagnosis with practice scenarios for selection of a primary diagnosis. 1 Contact Hour for Nurses Meets Criteria for 1 HCS-D CE


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - Focus of Care Scenarios Part 2

This module provides additional practice scenarios to be used as a complimentary module to Focus of Care Part 1 providing additional practice determining the primary diagnosis. 1 Contact Hour for Nurses Meets Criteria for 1 HCS-D CE


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Core Concepts - How to Choose a Focus of Care

A course to provide review of the conventions and guidelines driving the selection of a primary diagnosis in home health. Includes decision making tips to help determine the focus of care.


Sherri Parson HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

Care Compare and Quality Reporting

Join us as we discuss the recent migration by CMS to the new Care Compare quality reporting site. We will briefly review as well the quality reporting program of Hospice and Home Health and how to approach QRP with the "freeze" in place.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

CY2021 Final Rule- Home Health Prospective Payment

This module will provide an overview of the CY2021 Home Health Prospective Payment final rule. Topics will include standardized payment rates, the new no pay RAP requirement, future NOA requirement, telehealth services and home infusions to name a few.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS Game Show Presentation

Use this OASIS game show presentation to review key areas within the OASIS data set. Categories include: "The future looks bright" on OASIS E items; "Double Trouble" for OASIS items related to the GG items; "Timing is everything" discussing time sensitive OASIS items; "Script for success" for items related to medications; and finally "Written in the Stars" for items related to OASIS items used in the calculation of Star ratings. A fun and educational way to learn!


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

Electronic Visit Verification

This module will discuss the background behind the EVV requirement, entities affected by the requirment and the components needed verified each visit. We will identify the benefits of a successful EVV program as well as pitfalls and penalities potentially associated with implementation.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

Health and Safety - Dyspnea and Patient Safety

This course with review assessment techiniques for the patient with dyspnea and the underlying etiologies the frequently are associated with this symptom. Understand client instruction points and care delivery in the first few visits of a home health encounter.


Sherri Parson RN HCS-D HCS-O HCS-H BCHH-C COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Health and Safety - HIPAA/HITECH Training

This presentation will provide training regarding the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) to employees and contractors.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

Health and Safety - Discrimination and Harassment in the Workplace

This module discusses discrimination and harassment in the workplace and steps to take to recognize and mitigate issues.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

Heatlth and Safety - Fall Prevention

In this course we discuss the importance of fall prevention, identify elements of the CDC's STEADI program. We will describe methods of screening, assessment and intervention to identify and modify patients fall risks. Falls are the leading cause of injury related deaths in the elderly, by implementing strategies to prevent falls in we will all improve our outcomes.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

ICD-10-CM Coding Competency Part A

A competency of 30 questions and rationales on ICD-10-CM Coding. Score of 85% considered passing.


ICD-10-CM Coding Competency Part B

A competency of 30 questions and rationales on ICD-10-CM Coding. Score of 85% considered passing.


FY2021 ICD-10-CM Coding Changes and Pathophysiology

This module will take an in-depth look at CY2021 coding. We will look at the new codes and why they were proposed by the Coordination and Maintenance Committee. Join us, as we take a look at the pathophysiology behind the new code additions and what that means for the ICD-10-CM code assignment. We will let you know what codes will not be back after October 1st, 2020.


Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Complete Series

This series will help prepare individuals to sit for their home health coding certification as well as provided updated coding instruction for the seasoned home health coder. The series reflects the latest updates in home health coding for the FY2021. The course goes through coding basics, ethics, anatomy and physiology, and chapter-specific coding guidance. The last module contains an 80 question practice exam. 16 Contact Hours for Nurses; Eligible for 16 HCS-D CE


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Ethics and Manual

In this presentation you will learn some of the most important items for the professional coder: ethical principals and the code of conduct for a professional coder.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C, BCHH_C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Conventions and Guidelines

This module provides information regarding the coding guidelines and a review of the coding selection process.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C, BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Clinical Documentation

In this course, learn the importance of clinical documentation in ICD-10. Also learn specific documentation required for endocrine, nutritional and metabolic disorders, circulatory, respiratory, and nervous system diseases.


Sherri ParsonRN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Infection and Blood Disease

This course provides information regarding the coding conventions and guidelines and code selection for ICD-10-CM Chapters 1&3: Blood, Blood Forming Organs, and the Immune System.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C, BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Neoplasms

This course provides basic information regarding neoplasms, the coding guidelines and code selection for ICD-10-CM Chapter 2: Neoplasms.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C, BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Endocrine Disease

This course provides basic information regarding endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic diseases and the coding rules and guidelines for ICD-10-CM Chapter 4.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C, BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Mental/Behavioral/Neuro Disease

This course provides information regarding the coding rules and guidelines for ICD-10-CM Chapters 5&6: Mental and Behavioral Disorders and Nervous System Disorders.


Sherri Parson HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Eye, Ear, Mastoid Process

This course covers chapter-specific guidelines and common scenarios related to ICD-10-CM Chapters 7&8: Diseases of the Eye & Adnexa and Diseases of the Ear and Mastoid Process.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Circulatory System

This module covers chapter specific guidelines and common conditions related to ICD-10-CM Chapter 9: Circulatory System.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Respiratory Chapter

This module covers chapter specific guidelines and common conditions related to ICD-10-CM Chapter 10: Respiratory System Diseases.


Sherri Parson HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Digestive and Genitourinary Disease

This module provides information regarding the coding rules and guidelines for ICD-10-CM Chapters 11 and 14: Digestive and Genitourinary Diseases.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Integumentary Diseases

This course provides information regarding the coding rules and guidelines for ICD-10-CM Chapter 12: Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue Diseases.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Musculoskeletal and Symptom Codes

This course provides information regarding the coding rules and guidelines for ICD-10-CM Chapter 13: Musculoskeletal System and Connective Diseases and Symptoms Chapter 18.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Injuries (Chapter 19, Part 1)

This course provides information regarding the coding rules and guidelines for ICD-10-CM Chapters 19 Injuries.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Poisoning and Complications Chapter 19, Part 2

This course provides information regarding the coding rules and guidelines for ICD-10-CM Chapter 19: Poisonings and Complications.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Health Status

This course provides information regarding the coding rules and guidelines for ICD-10-CM Chapter 21: Factors Influencing Health Status.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C, BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health ICD-10 Coding - Final Review and Coding Basics

You have completed the training modules, now what? Let's review and introduce the diagnosis items from the OASIS D-1. In this final course, you will learn what to expect when taking the ICD-10-CM certification examination and you will take an 80 question practice test. You are encouraged to set a timer and practice this test as many times as necessary to pass within 3 hours.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - Complete Series

This course series contains 10 modules covering the Conditions of Participation and Interpretive Guidelines in 2021. 10 Contact Hours for Nurses; 1 HCS-O for module 1, Release and Reporting of OASIS Information


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - Release and Reporting of OASIS Information

In this module you will learn the CoPs for Release of patient identifiable OASIS information and Reporting of OASIS information. Meets criteria for 1 HCS-O CE


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - Personnel Qualifications

This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.115 Personnel Qualifications for all personnel.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - Patient Rights

This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.50 Patient rights


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - Comprehensive Assessment

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.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - Care Planning

This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.58 Discharge Planning and 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.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - QAPI & Infection Control

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.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - Skilled Professional Services

This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.75 Skilled Professional Services provision of services and responsibility by skilled professionals.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - Home Health Aide Services

This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.80 Home Health Aide Services including, qualifications, competency, and training.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - Compliance, Emergency Preparedness and Clinical Record

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.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health CoPs - Organization and Administration of Services

This module contains the CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines for 484.105 Organization and Administration of Services including governing body, administrator, and clinical manager.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Competency Part A

A competency of 30 questions and rationales from different domains of the OASIS Assessment. Score of 85% considered passing.


OASIS Competency Part B

A competency of 30 questions and rationales from different domains of the OASIS Assessment. Score of 85% considered passing.


OASIS-D1 - Complete Series

This series will review the OASIS-D1 from the guidance, OASIS basics, to items specifics with tracking, history, diagnosis, integumentary, respiratory, sensory, elimination, neurological, functional, medication, plan of care, emergent care items. How the OASIS is affected by documentation and how the OASIS outcomes affect public reporting. 11 Contact Hours for Nurses Preapproved for 11 HCS-O CE's


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS-D1 - Basics

This course provides information regarding the conventions and guidelines for the completion of OASIS-D1 assessments. At the conclusion of this course, the learner will understand the background, purpose, and impact of OASIS-D1 assessments.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssoicates.com

OASIS-D1 - Patient Tracking and Clinical Items

This course provides information regarding the completion of OASIS-D1 Patient Tracking and Clinical assessment items. After completion of this course, the reviewer will be more familiar with how to complete patient tracking and clinical items. OASIS items: M0100-M0110 and M0140-M0150.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS-D1 - History and Diagnosis items

This course provides updated information regarding the completion of OASIS-D1 History and Diagnosis items. At the conclusion of this module, the learner will understand the background, purpose, and impact of OASIS-D1 History and Diagnosis items. OASIS items: M1000-M1056


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS-D1 - Integumentary Items

This course provides information regarding the completion of OASIS-D1 integumentary items. At the conclusion of this module, the learner will understand the background, purpose, and impact of OASIS-D1 integumentary items. OASIS items: M1300-M1342


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS-D1 - Respiratory, Sensory, and Neurological Items

This course provides information regarding OASIS-D1 Respiratory and Sensory items. Upon completion, the learner will understand the background, purpose, and impact of Living Arrangement, Respiratory, Sensory, Elimination, and Neurological OASIS-D1 items. OASIS-D1 items M1100, M1242, M1400, M1600-M1745 are covered.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS-D1 - Functional Items, Fall Risk and Therapy Need

This course provides information regarding the completion of OASIS-D1 Functional status, fall risk and therapy need items. At the conclusion of this module, the learner will understand the background, purpose, and impact of functional items. OASIS items: M1800-M1910, M2102-M2200 are covered.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS-D1 - Medication Items

This course provides information regarding the completion of OASIS-D1 Medications Items. At the conclusion of this module, the learner will understand the background, purpose, and impact of medication items. OASIS-D1 items: M2001-M2030


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS-D1 - POC and Interventions

This course provides information regarding the completion of OASIS-D1 Plan of Care and Intervention Synopsis items. At the conclusion of this module, the learner will understand the background, purpose, and impact of Plan of Care and Intervention Synopsis items. OASIS-D1 items: M2401 with guidance for completion of a plan of care.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS-D1 - Emergent Care and Discharge Items

This course provides information regarding the completion of OASIS-D1 Emergent Care and Discharge items. At the conclusion of this module, the learner will understand the background, purpose, and impact of Emergent Care and Discharge items, the relationship with OASIS-D1 items and public reporting. OASIS-D1 items: M0906, M2301, M2410, M2420.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

Q&A@qualityinrealtime.com

OASIS-D1 - Functional Abilities and Goals

This course will review the item specific guidance related to GG and J items of the OASIS-D1 data set.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS-D1 - Documentation for Accurate Coding

This course instructs clinicians regarding documentation necessary for the selection of accurate ICD-10 diagnosis codes.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McBeeAssociates.com

OASIS D1 Competency Assessment

OASIS D1 Competency Assessment


PDGM - Complete Series

This course series contains 6 modules on PDGM, including Overview, Primary Dx, Comorbid Adjustment, Functional Impairment Level, LUPAs, and Strategies 6 Contact Hours for Nurses Preapproved for 6 HCS-D CE's


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

PDGM - Overview

This module contains an overview of PDGM. It provides general information into the interactions that will make up an HHRG in PDGM.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

PDGM - Primary Diagnosis

This module contains PDGM Primary Diagnosis including selection of diagnosis, non-valid codes, and using the CMS grouper tool.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

PDGM - Comorbid Adjustment

This module contains information for the comorbid adjustment including no, low, and high comorbid adjustments.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

PDGM - Functional Impairment Level

This module contains information on the functional impairment level, the OASIS items for PDGM, and how scores are obtained for PDGM.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

PDGM - LUPA

This module contains information on PDGM in LUPAs and the visit thresholds for various groupings in PDGM.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

PDGM - Strategies

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.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, COS-C BCHH-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

PDPM Full Series

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. This series will help you understand the major differences between the former RUG-IV payment model and the new model, PDPM, which was effective October 1, 2019. Identify key information used in RUG-IV and PDPM. Identify how payment is calculated under PDPM. Identify new MDS items added. Identify important ICD-10-CM coding considerations.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

PDPM - Overview of SNF PPS Models

This module contains an overview of the RUG-IV and PDPM SNF PPS payment models.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

PDPM - SNF PPS Calculation Part 1: PT, OT, SLP

This module reviews the calculation of the PT, OT, and SLP components of PDPM.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

PDPM - SNF PPS Calculation Part 2: NTA, Nursing, and VPD

This module reviews the calculation of the NTA and Nursing components of PDPM and also reviews how the variable per diem rate is calculated


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

PDPM -Coding for PDPM and Additional Updates

This module reviews coding in PDPM and additional updates per the final rule.


Pamela Wandrie, M.A.CCC-SLP, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Locators in the Plan of Care

This module covers the hightlights of creating a plan of care and the elements required by the CoP's


2021 Hospice ICD-10 Coding - HCS-H Review

In this final module, you will learn what to expect when taking the HCS-H certification examination and you will take an 80 question practice test. I encourage you to set a timer and practice this test as many times as necessary.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

MDS 3.0 RAI Complete Series

An overview of the MDS 3.0 RAI chapter 3 item specifics.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Overview

An overview of the MDS 3.0 RAI chapter 3 item specifics.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section A Items

Chapter 3 specifics for Section A: Identification items of the MDS 3.0 data set.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section B items

Chapter 3 guidance on completion of MDS Section B items: Hearing, Speech and Vision.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section C items

Chapter 3 specifc guidance for completion of Section C: Cognitive Patterns Items


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section D Items

Chapter 3 specific guidance for completion of MDS Section D: Mood Items.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section E Items

Chapter 3 specific instructions related to Section E: Behavior Items.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section F Items

Chapter 3 specific guidance for Section F: Preferences for Customary Routine Activities Items


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section G Items

Chapter 3 specific guidance for Section G: Functional status, abilities, and goals Items.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section H Items

Chapter 3 specifics related to the completion of Section H: Bladder and Bowel items.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section I Items

Chapter 3 specifics on the completion of Section I: Active Diagnoses items.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section J items

Chapter 3 items specifics related to completion of Section J items of the MDS 3.0 assessment.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section K items

Chapter 3 item specific guidance on completion of section K items of the MDS assessment.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section L items

Chapter 3 item specifics related to completion of Section L items of the MDS assessment.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section M Items

Chapter 3 specifics on the completion of Section M Items of the MDS assessment.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section N Items

Chapter 3 specifics for item completion of Section N of the MDS assessment.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section O items

Chapter 3 specifics on completion of Section O of the MDS assessment.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section Q items

Chapter 3 specifics for completion of Section Q items of the MDS assessment.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section P items

Chapter 3 item specifics for completion of Section P items of the MDS assessment.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section V items

Chapter 3 specifics for completion of Section V items of the MDS assessment.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section X items

Chapter 3 item specifics on the completion of Section X items of the MDS assessment.


MDS 3.0 RAI 2020 Section Z items

Chapter 3 specifics on the completion of Section Z items of the MDS assessment.


UAS-NY - Complete Series

Join us as we discuss the UAS NY assessment in depth. We will walkthrough an overview of the assessment as well as the various components, such as the community assessment, the functional supplement, the mental health supplement, adult home specific and fall prevention practice.


UAS-NY Basics

This module provides information describing the Uniform Assessment System of NY including purpose, targeted audience, specific plans and programs and recommended RN assessor Skill Base Took Kit to successfully prepare for home visits.


UAS-NY Community Assessment History and Intake

This module provides information regarding the completion of UAS-NY Module A Intake and History-including reasons for assessments, identification of living arrangements, educational background and involvement in any structured activities and the impact on the plan of care.


UAS-NY Community Assessment Sections B-E

This module provides information regarding assessment of cognition, communication, vision, mood, behavior and psychosocial wellbeing and the impact on the plan of care.


UAS-NY Community Assessment Sections F-G

This module provides information regarding the completion of UAS-NY Module F and G-including assessment of Functional Status and Continence and the impact on the plan of care.


UAS-NY Community Assessment Sections H-I

This module provides information regarding the completion of UAS-NY Module F and G-including assessment of Health Diagnosis and Health Conditions and the impact on the plan of care.


UAS-NY Community Assessment Sections J-N

This module provides information regarding the completion of UAS-NY Module J-N Nutritional Status, Medications and Allergies, Treatments and Procedures, Social Supports and Environmental Status and the impact on the plan of care.


UAS-NY Adult Homes

This module provides supplemental information to enhance the UAS-NY assessment as it pertains to adult homes.


UAS-NY Functional Supplement Sections A-H

This module provides information regarding the completion of UAS-NY Functional Supplement Module A-H regarding more detailed assessment of Specific Care Needs based the findings in the Clinical Assessment.


UAS-NY Integrating Fall Prevention into Practice

This module provides comprehensive information and suggestions for integrating fall prevention guidelines into practice in the home.


UAS-NY Mental Supplement

This module provides information regarding the completion of UAS-NY Mental Health Supplement including the evaluation of Mental Status and the impact on the plan of care.


UAS-NY Walkthrough Part 1

This module provides the first part of a comprehensive walkthrough to enhance the UAS-NY assessment guidelines.


UAS-NY Walkthrough Part 2

This module provides part 2 of a comprehensive walkthrough to enhance the UAS-NY assessment guidelines.


UAS-NY Functional Supplement Sections I-N

This module provides information regarding the completion of UAS-NY Functional Supplement Module I-N regarding more detailed assessment of Specific Care Needs based the findings in the Clinical Assessment.


10-KAT: HCS-D Practice Exam


Basics of PDGM

PDGM (Patient-Driven Grouper Model) is the first major change to home health payment since PPS began in 2000. PDGM requires process and operational changes to survive. This course provides detailed information about the operational aspects and has been updated with the final rule.


Lisa Selman-Holman JD, BSN, RN

lselman-holman@ntst.com

Defining Abuse and Neglect

The purpose of this course is to ensure that patient's rights are upheld and that patients are treated with respect, which includes person,property and effect. This course will help the learner define and identify abuse, neglect and exploitation and understand the next steps in reporting suspected and alleged abuse, neglect and exploitation.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

Depression in the Elderly

In this presentation we will discuss the importance of early identification of signs and symptoms of depression. Being able to identify the various symptoms that may point to depression is critical to further treat and intervene on behalf of individuals suffering from depression. We will review some frequently used screening tools that will help identify depression symptoms or the severity of symptoms.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, BCHH-C, COS-C, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

Food Safety in the Home

This course focuses on Food Borne Illness, who is at risk, causes and common symptoms. It identifies the 4 Basic Steps for Food Safety per the CDC and common mistakes to avoid in safe handling of food in the patient home. This course is appropriate for all staff handling patient food in the home.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Home Health Final Rule CY2022: Insight into the Pages

With the comprehensiveness of the HH CY2022 Final Rule it is hard to grasp all the details within hundreds of pages of material. Join us as we pull out some of the detail and key concepts from the CY2022 HH Final Rule. In this presentation we will share what you need to know about VBP, OASIS-E, PPH, QRP and Public reporting changes. When approaching diagnosis assignment, it is helpful to understand the impacts of clinical grouper changes, comorbidity subgroup changes, and comorbidity adjustments. At the conclusion of this presentation attendees will receive 1.5 Nursing or Administrator CE’s.


Home Health VBP: HHCAHPS Based Measures

As an agency 30% of your VBP scoring will come from your HHCAHPS. What best practices can you put in place to enhance the client experience? What's your communication look like? Identify best practices for delivering professional care. Examine what contributes to the client's willingness to recommend your agency to others. Identify ways your entire team can communicate effectively with the client enhancing the multiple discipline delivery of individualized care to your patients.


SherriParson@McBeeAssociates.com

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

Intro to McBee Post-Acute Academy

In this module you will learn how to navigate and access McBee Post-Acute Academy.


Medication Orders and Reconciliation

In this courses we will describe what makes medication orders complete, clear and accurate. Identification of the minimal necessary medication list elements per the Conditions of Participations will be covered. Finally discussion of the reconciliation process that is ongoing.


Sherri Parson RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

New Orientation Bundle

This course offers a review of basic concepts of OASIS. We will cover all the domains of OASIS-D1. Additionally we will zero in on Key OASIS Item Accuracy and understanding the Discharge OASIS Assessment. We will discover how this all fits together in PDGM.


Nutrition & Wound Healing

Nutrition and hydration play an important role in preserving skin and tissue viability and in supporting tissue repair for wound healing. Nutrition in wound management can be managed through an interdisciplinary approach. In this module you will learn how to assess and evaluate patient nutrition status. You will learn appropriate interventions to implement based on nutrition status, as well as how to monitor patient progress. We will review nutrient requirements and ways you can help patients improve their nutrition and therefore their wound healing.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Nutrition in the Elderly

Nutrition and hydration play an important role in supporting the health and well being of all patients, but especially our vulnerable elderly population. Nutrition in the elderly should be managed through an interdisciplinary approach. In this module you will learn how to assess and evaluate patient nutrition status and barriers to nutrition. You will learn appropriate interventions to implement based on nutrition status, as well as how to monitor patient progress. We will review some common diet modifications, physician ordered diets you may encounter, as well as tips for managing barriers to nutrition in the elderly.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

O-KAT: OASIS Practice Exam

The CodeProU O-KAT is an online, on-demand OASIS review exam specifically created for home health clinicians and coders. The CodeProU O-KAT is a great way to access your knowledge of OASIS and prepare for the HCS-O exam! All the quiz questions and patient coding scenarios have been revised and enhanced for 2022. They reflect the changes in the OASIS guidance and the latest Q&A updates to guidance. Additional emphasis has been placed on additional coding scenarios so individuals will have an opportunity to gauge both their general knowledge of OASIS and how they apply that knowledge to solve real-world coding challenges. The )-KAT practice exam includes: Eighty [80] questions, randomly generated from a bank of over 300 questions Questions are presented in Multiple Choice format. A successful passing rate is 80% and higher. You will require the use of a current OASIS item set, guidance both static Q&As, guidance manual and quarterly Q&A updates.


OASIS-D1: Define, Detail, Discover

This is a full, comprehensive training series for OASIS-D1. This course is the best choice for supervisors, QA personnel, and those preparing for the COS-C exam. It includes guidance on the CoPs regarding OASIS, especially the timepoints and issues surrounding the timepoints. The purpose of this OASIS training is to provide functional knowledge of the home health Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS) allowing clinicians to accurately assess and complete OASIS data collection.


Lisa Selman-Holman JD, BSN, RN

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Scenarios - M1800, M1810, M1820

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M1800, M1810 and M1820 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item. In addition, we will review several scenarios on M1800, M1810 and M1830 completion.


LisaSelman-Holman@McBeeAssociates.com

post-acuteacademy@McbeeAssociates.com

OASIS Scenarios Series

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of specific OASIS items of the OASIS-D1 assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this specific OASIS items. In addition, each module will give the opportunity to apply new found knowledge to item specific scenarios highlight challenges and specific concepts related to OASIS item accurate completion. This course is great for learners wanting to gain more practical practice with approach specific OASIS items. 17 Contact Hours for Nursing Meets Criteria for 17 HCS-O CE's


Post Acute Academy Education Team

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E Overview Series

Join us in an Overview of the OASIS-E. In this course we will discuss changes that will come to the OASIS data set with OASIS-E. We will identify new OASIS items and sections, and describe specifics related to the new items. This course will help provide a more global understanding of the reasons behind the OASIS revisions and what CMS is aiming to accomplish. In this session, we will discuss the driving force behind the constant change, take a glimpse at what lies ahead for the OASIS-E related to these changes. 2 Contact Hours for Nurse's Meets Criteria for 2 HCS-O CE's


Post Acute Academy Education Team

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS/POC review basics

OASIS/POC review basics


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OSHA Basic First Aide

In this course we will summarize the OSHA first aide requirement. Learners will be able to identify steps to take in an emergency health situation. Some of these situations include CPR, Heimlich maneuver, mouth to mouth resuscitation, and steps to assist a victim until emergency personnel arrive.


OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens

This course we will explain common bloodborne pathogens, their symptoms and mode of transmission. Tasks will be analyzed that may put individuals at risk the use of engineering controls, work practices and PPE to reduce risk. The learner will be able to demonstrate actions to take if there is an emergency involving blood or other potentially infectious materials. At the end of this course the participant will recognize signs, labels and color coding associated with biohazards.


OSHA Electrical Safety

By the time you complete this course you should be able to identify the flow of electricity and identify electrical threats. The learner should be able to explain Lock-out and Tagout. Participants in this course will be able to recognixe hazardous electrical conditions as well as ways to protect themselves against these hazards.


OSHA Ergonomics

At the end of this course the learner will be able to: Describe what ergonomics is and how it relates to your workspace. Recognize early symptoms of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs). Choose and use the appropriate workstation equipment. Explain work tasks that may lead to pain or injury. Explain the importance of reporting and addressing early indications of WMSDs. Understand procedures for reporting work-related injuries and illnesses as required by OSHA.


OSHA Fire Safety

In this course we will identify common fire hazards and methods of fire prevention. Various types of fire extinguishers and their specific uses will be explained. Proper technique to extinguish small fires will be described asn well as personal safety and emergency response practices.


OSHA Globally Harmonized System - Comprehensive

By the time you complete this course, you should be able to: Identify the required elements on a Hazard Communication label; Identity the Hazard Communication pictograms; Explain the required elements for the Safety Data Sheet; Describe your responsibility as an employee for handling hazardous materials.


OSHA Globally Harmonized System (Overview)

By the time you complete this course, you should be able to: Identify the required elements on a Hazard Communication label; Identity the Hazard Communication pictograms; Explain the required elements for the Safety Data Sheet; Describe your responsibility as an employee for handling hazardous materials.


OSHA Patient Handling

Join us as we discuss OSHA goals related to patient handling. In this course we will inform employers and employees of the risks associated with patient handling. We will also provide practical suggestions of ways healthcare providers can reduce risk when handling patients.


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Personal Protective Equipment in the Care of Patients in Isolation

Learners will be able to describe the recommended PPE for use when treating patients with an infectious disease We will explain the role of each person in the donning and doffing procedures and identify the steps for donning and doffing of PPE. Additionally we will list the sources for obtaining additional information on proper use of PPE.


Protected Health Information (PHI)

This course will cover what is meant by protected health information or PHI. We will discuss the laws and regulations that help from organizational policies related to PHI. Information in all forms electronic, paper and verbal are subject to regulations for PHI.


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Scabies the Human Itch Mite

Join us as we discuss what health care professionals need to know about Scabies. This conditon is prevelant in any kind of environment, impoverished as well as affluent. This skin condition produces intense itching with a distinct skin rash that is spread by a mite. The condition can be spread by clothing, towels, bedding and why institutional settings can be vulnerable to outbreaks.


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The Basics of Infection Prevention and Control

In this course we will identify acceptable standards of practice related to infection prevention and control. Discussion of the CDC’s six elements of infection prevention and control. We will describe use of PPE in care delivery.


2021 Coding Clinic Year in Review

This webinar will address quarterly Coding Clinic updates from CY2021, with attention to the changes that affect home health and hospice coding. This new guidance is illustrated with scenarios adapted to the home health and hospice setting.


OASIS Q&As Year in Review, 2021

This Webinar will address the quarterly updates from CMS with OASIS Q&A's that shape how we do things in OASIS D1. We will illustrate new guidance updates for 2021 with scenarios typical to home health patients.


Communication Considerations for the Hearing-Impaired Patient

This course is directed towards entry-level CNAs and direct care workers. This course discusses the challenges of communicating with the hearing impaired, listening devices used, and basic strategies to promote effective communication. (20 min)


Michelle Yankow PT, HCS-D, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Standard Plus Transmission-Based Precautions

This course is designed for the learner to be able to implement both standard and transmission based precautions.


Tuberculosis Identify and Prevent

This course is designed to assist the learner in understanding Tuberculosis, its transmission, and risk factors. It is designed with scenarios to assist in identifying the need for TB testing.


Elder Abuse

As a caregiver to patients, you are responsible for ensuring the safety of those in your care. This includes protecting them from abuse. Unfortunately, incidents of abuse and neglect are way too common in healthcare, often going unrecognized and unreported. It is critical for all employees to be able to recognize potential abuse and know how to respond, including how to report abuse. The goal of this course is to provide direct care professionals with knowledge of preventing, recognizing, and reporting abuse.


Pain Assessment and Management

This course is designed for clinicians to be able to properly assess, care plan, and implement an effective pain management plan.


Kathleen Kepple RN BSN HCS-D HCS-O

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Pain Management with Complementary Approaches

This course is designed to assist the clinician in development of a plan of care that may use complementary approaches to pain management.


Kathleen Kepple RN BSN HCS-D HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Face-to-Face Encounters: Fact or Fiction

In home health, a face-to-face encounter with a physician is a requirement to get paid, so it’s imperative to understand how it works. However, there are many misconceptions and misunderstandings, such as: A face-to-face encounter has to happen every 60 days to get paid under pre-claim review The primary diagnosis listed on the Plan of Care always has to match what the physician documented In this webinar, Lisa breaks down face-to-face requirements into fact or fiction and discusses what works best with pre-claim review and other types of medical review. Lisa also covers the newest regarding the Face-to-Face relaxation in the 1135 waiver. Q&A included at the end of the recording 1.0 Hours Continuing Education for Nurses 1.0 Hours for Administrators & Alternate Administrator


Lisa Selman-Holman, JD, BSN, RN

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

ICD-10 Coding Update for Spring 2021

ICD-10 Coding Update for May 202. In this webinar, Lisa Selman-Holman addresses recent updates in the coding world and reviews common issues


Lisa Selman-Holman, JD, BSN, RN, COS-C, HCS-O, HCS-D

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

How to Accurately Code Dressing Changes, Wound Care & Aftercare

To use Z48.00 and Z48.01 or NOT? When is it appropriate to use these codes to indicate wound care and what is wound care? In this webinar, Lisa Selman-Holman will share the appropriate use of these codes according to CMS with lots of examples.


Lisa Selman-Holman, JD, BSN, RN, COS-C, HCS-O, HCS-D

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-D1 Quarterly Update for April 2021

In this webinar, Teresa Northcutt addresses the updates to the OASIS guidance from the CMS April 2021 Q&A and discusses the trends that you are seeing in your reviews.


Teresa Northcutt, BSN, RN, COS-C, HCS-H, HCS-D

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Quarterly Update – January 2021

The OASIS quarterly update for Jan. 2021 includes clarification on answering M1311 at discharge, many clarifications, and new information on the M1800 legacy items, as well as, the GG items. Added to the quarterly update is information on discharges that so many are confused about, and a reminder regarding the ability of therapists to admit even when nursing is involved during the PHE. Course Overview This course includes one instructional video with embedded quiz questions to test your knowledge. The video is lesson is 55 minutes 1 Contact Hour For Nurses Meets the criteria for 1 HCS-O CE


Lisa Selman-Holman, JD, BSN, RN, HCS-D, COS-C, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Providing Personal Care-Bathing

This module provides instruction on providing safe bathing practices with compassion for caregivers, aides, patient care techs, and CNAs. It covers bed bath, chair/sink bath, tub/shower bath as well as shaving. It reviews proper techniques, maintaining patient dignity and special precautions and circumstances to be aware of.


Providing Personal Care - Grooming & Dressing

This module gives instruction on providing safe Grooming and Dressing practices with compassion for caregivers, aides, patient care techs, and CNAs. It reviews proper techniques, maintaining patient dignity and special precautions and circumstances to be aware of.


Providing Personal Care- Range of Motion

This module reviews what Range of Motion (ROM) is and the role of the caregiver, aide or personal attendant in assisting with Range of Motion as ordered.


Providing Personal Care-Safe Assistance with Mobility

This module reviews how to assist patients with safe mobility. It reviews the role of the caregiver, aide or personal attendant in assisting with safe mobility as ordered.


Providing Personal Care - Peri-Care and Catheter Care

This module reviews how to provide proper peri-care and catheter care for patients. It reviews the role of the caregiver, aide or personal attendant in assisting with proper safe peri-care and/or catheter care with compassion.


Providing Personal Care - Using a Mechanical Lift

This module gives instruction on the safe use of a mechanical lift for caregivers, aides, patient care techs, and CNAs. It reviews proper techniques, maintaining patient dignity and special precautions and circumstances to be aware of.


Providing Personal Care - Bowel and Bladder Training

This module reviews what bowel and bladder training is and the role of the caregiver, aide or personal attendant in assisting with bowel and bladder training.


Providing Personal Care - Positioning and Pressure Ulcer Prevention

This module reviews proper techniques for repositioning and prevention of pressure ulcers of patients. It reviews the role of the caregiver, aide or personal attendant in assisting with proper safe repositioning and positioning to avoid pressure injury/ulcer.


Dementia Care: Communication with Persons with Dementia

Communicating effectively with patients who are cognitively impaired or have dementia can be very challenging for all caregivers. In this module we will review an overview of the types of dementia and barriers to effective communication. We will also give tips to deal with these barriers and ways to communicate more effectively.


Dementia Care: Challenging Behavior

Individuals with dementia and other forms of cognitive impairment often have challenging behaviors that caregivers are faced with. In this module learn ways to better manage these behaviors and provide safe supportive care for the patient with dementia.


Striking a Balance: Survival Skills for Home Health Aides

As a caregiver you are taking care of patients who have increasing complexity and acuity daily. Caregivers and Attendants are an integral part of the caregiving team, and the need could leave a caregiver feeling overwhelmed. In this module, we will discuss the importance of prioritizing patients, prioritizing care, maintaining a sustainable schedule and setting healthy boundaries in the work life.


Dementia Care: Bathing A Patient with Dementia

Caring for patients who are cognitively impaired or who have dementia can be challenging for all caregivers. In this module review techniques to promote independence and keep patients engaged in the bathing process, as well as steps to assist in safe bathing of patients who are cognitively impaired.


It's a Fog: Wound Coding

Wounds often provide challenges with reimbursement and resource utilization. Clearing up the confusion early on will promote more focused patient outcomes and ensure you have the documentation in place to support your treatment plan! Join our McBee experts in this on-demand master class as they address the underlying challenges associated with wound code assignment, common wound etiologies and review wound severity definitions. They will identify important keywords in documentation that help achieve proper wound code assignment, as well as identify when queries are needed to clarify what’s in the medical record. Lastly, best practice specifics related to wounds will be reviewed.


Discharge OASIS

This on-demand master class reviews the importance of OASIS items found in the discharge OASIS assessment, and the impact these items have on outcomes, star ratings and value-based payment. Get practical help with accurately coding the discharge assessment items, and how to avoid pitfalls that could lead to oversights and errors.


Dementia Care: Caring for the Cognitively Impaired

As a caregiver, your patients may be physically frail or weak, and some may have cognitive impairments. By understanding how cognitive impairment affects older adults, you will be ready to help when needed. In this course, you will learn the effects of dementia on patients and ways to assist the cognitively impaired patient.


Palliative Care Communication

Effective communication is essential in all healthcare situations but is the key to providing compassionate care in Hospice and Palliative Care situations. Communication with patients in end-of-life settings can be extra challenging due to illnesses and barriers. Understanding that communication is not always verbal and becoming a better listener are important skills to possess that assist in delivering compassionate end-of-life care.


Depression at the End of Life

Depression is a common condition that can occur at any point in life but is very prevalent at the end of life. This module will help explain the differences between grief and depression. It will help identify appropriate treatment for grief and depression. It will also help you to have a better understanding of your role with depression and grief in your patients.


Leigh Ann Hutchens, RN, BSN, MHA, HCS-D, HCS-O

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Bladder and Bowel Retraining

This module provides instruction in bladder and bowel retraining techniques for clinicians. It instructs on types of incontinence, techniques to use to retrain, and special considerations for patients with dementia.


Kathleen Kepple RN BSN HCS-D HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Bag Technique in the Home Care Setting

This module reviews considerations for use of a medical bag in the home care setting and bag technique examples. It describes standard precautions and methods of infection transmission.


Michelle Yankow, PT, HCS-D, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Medicare Understanding the Essentials

This module will identify the different types of Medicare and compare services provided by each, as well as explain services not covered under Part A and Part B. This module will review the Home Care Medicare benefits and what how CMS plays a role in Home Care.


Leigh Ann Hutchens, RN, BSN, MHA, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Management of IV Devices

This module will review different types of Intravenous devices and treatments used at home. It will identify common reasons patients need IV therapy in the Home and describe proper care for various Intravenous devices.


Leigh Ann Hutchens, RN, BSN, MHA, HCS-D, HCS-O

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Safety in the Home

As a caregiver, you have a responsibility to ensure the safest environment possible for the individuals you serve. This course will help you identify safety risks and take precautions to prevent accidents, injuries and unsafe situations in the home environment.


Preparing to Care For An Aging Population

The purpose of this course is to provide healthcare professionals and caregivers with basic information on the impact of the growing aging population and their care needs. Patients go through many changes physically, mentally and emotionally. Review some of these common changes, ways to maintain independence and how to identify when patients need more assistance.


Dog Bite Prevention

This course gives an overview of steps you can take to prevent dog bites and what to do if one occurs.


Creating a Restraint Free Environment

This module will review the different types of restraints and key alternatives to restraint use to help create a restraint free environment.


Defensive Driving

This course will review your responsibilities as a driver to ensure the safety of others. You will also learn how to identify potential hazards while driving and several defensive driving techniques. This program is for all levels of staff and provides the basic overview of defensive driving.


Amy Leah Sheasby, RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Conventions, SPADE and IMPACT

This course provides information regarding the background and purpose of OASIS-E. It discusses the IMPACT Act, SPADE Reporting Domains, Social Determinants of Health and the conventions and guidelines for the completion of OASIS-E.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Who, What, When?​

This course will review Who can complete the OASIS, What the different RFA assessments are, and When are the RFA assessments completed. It answers tricky questions like “Who completes the Discharge?” and “What happens if…”. It will cover updated OASIS Q&As as well as PHE flexibilities.


Sherri Parson RN HCS-D HCS-H HCS-O BCHH-C COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section A – Administrative Information

This course instructs on how to complete Section A – Administrative Information of the OASIS-E. Section A includes patient tracking info, demographic info as well as some of the new Social Determinant of Health Items like ethnicity, race, language, transportation and Transfer of Health. Section A also includes M0102/M0104 used for Timeliness of Care and M2420 used for HHVBP.


Sherri Parson RN HCS-D HCS-H HCS-O BCHH-C COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section B - Hearing, Speech and Vision

This course will Instruct on how to complete Section B of the OASIS-E. It includes new items related to Hearing, Vision and Health Literacy which is a Social Determinant of Health.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section C –Cognitive Patterns

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS- E items in Section C-Cognitive Patterns. It instruct on how to complete both the BIMS and CAM assessments, as well as M1700, M1710, M1720.


Sherri Parson RN HCS-D HCS-H HCS-O BCHH-C COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section D - Mood

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section D – Mood. This section includes new OASIS-E items the PHQ-2 to 9 and Social Isolation which is a Social Determinant of Health.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section E - Behavior

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section E – Behavior. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M1740 and M1745.


Sherri Parson RN HCS-D HCS-H HCS-O BCHH-C COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section F – Preferences for Customary Routine Activities

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section F – Preferences for Customary Routine Activities. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M1100 and M2102.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section GG – Functional Abilities and Goals

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section GG – Functional Abilities and Goals. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to GG0100 Prior Functioning, GG0110 Prior Device, GG0130 Self Care and GG0170 Mobility.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section G – Functional Status

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section G – Functional Status. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M1800 Grooming through M1860 Ambulation.


Sherri Parson RN HCS-D HCS-H HCS-O BCHH-C COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section H- Bladder and Bowel

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section H – Bladder and Bowel. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M1600-M1630.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section J -Health Conditions

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section J– Health Conditions. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M1033 Risk for Hospitalization, the new Pain Items J0510- J0530, J1800-J1900 Falls and M1400 Dyspnea.


Sherri Parson RN HCS-D HCS-H HCS-O BCHH-C COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section K – Swallowing, Nutrition Status

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section K – Swallowing and Nutritional Status. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M1060 Height/Weight, M1870 Feeding/Eating and the new item K0520 Nutritional Approaches.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

COVID Precautions in Home Care

This module will instruct on Infection prevention guidance related to COVID for home care, home health, and hospice agencies that provide care to clients/patients in their homes.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Emergency Preparedness and Management

This course will prepare participants with steps to take in the event of an emergency to protect themselves and their clients and to ensure clients continue to receive care. It prepares participant to recognize and manage common emergencies and discusses special populations and their management in emergent situations.


CodeProU | Level 3: ICD-10-CM Coding for Hospice

The ICD-10-CM Coding for Hospice training program will enhance your knowledge of coding within the hospice setting, ensure coding accuracy and reinforce compliance with hospice regulations and coding guidelines. It is important to note that this training program does not teach ICD-10-CM coding. Students should have successfully completed an intermediate-level of coding training or if an existing coder, attained an intermediate-level of coding knowledge.


HIPAA and Social Media

This course discusses the challenges of remaining compliant with HIPAA in our advancing technological world. Although how we function on a daily basis has changed, the expectations related to protecting private health information has not. Join us in a review of PHI and HIPAA, to help you stay compliant!


Hospice Basics - Regulatory and Coding Overview

This course provides a basic overview of hospice regulatory background and a hospice coding overview. It includes instruction on related vs. unrelated diagnosis, terminal illness, primary diagnosis selection, secondary diagnosis selection and much more.


OASIS Scenario Series - M0102/M0104 Timeliness of Care

Join us as we drill down to item intent and specifics related to the completion of M0102, M0104, M1005, M0110 of the OASIS assessment. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&A's related to this item, as well as scenarios.


OASIS-E: Section M – Skin Conditions

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section M – Skin Conditions. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M1306 – M1342 for Items related to Pressure Injuries, Stasis Ulcer and Surgical Wounds.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section N - Medications

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section N – Medications. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M2001-M2030, as well as the new item N0415 High-Risk Drug Classes.


Sherri Parson HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section O – Special Treatment, Procedures and Programs

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section O – Special Treatment, Procedures and Programs. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M1041,M1046, M2200 and new item O0110 Special Treatment, Procedures and Programs.


Sherri Parson HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H, BCHH-C, COS-C

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E: Section Q – Participation in Assessment and Goal Setting

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section Q – Participation in Assessment and Goal Setting. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M2401.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Cultural Diversity-LGBTQ

This course defines what is meant by LGBTQ. It goes through legal protection, specific health concerns, discrimination and best practice tips for caring for patients in the LGBTQ community.


Lisa Selman-Holman JD, BSN, RN

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Therapeutic Diets in Long-Term Care Facilities

This module provides an overview of therapeutic diets such as a diabetic diet, low sodium diet and low fat/low cholesterol diet. It provides tips for nutrition related to specific disease processes and reviews the benefits of using a liberalized diet in LTCs.


Karen Tibbs, MS, RN, HCS-D, COS

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Hospice Documentation Overview

This course gives an overview of optimal documentation to support eligibility, disease progression, and declining trajectory. It reviews LCD guidelines for determining terminal status and identifies tools that are useful in tracking declining statuses.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS-E Complete Series

Get ready for the biggest overhaul we have seen in OASIS for years! OASIS-E the Complete Series will prepare you for OASIS-E, with everything from guidance, tips and tricks, Q&As and practice scenarios. Each module has a quiz at the end to ensure you are competent in the new material. 18 modules in total, each module qualifying for 1 Nursing CE and meeting the criteria for 1 HCS-O CE.


OASIS-E: Section I – Active Diagnosis

This course will instruct on how to complete the OASIS-E items in Section I – Active Diagnosis. It covers the item intent, guidance, Q&As and scenarios related to M1021, M1023, M1028.


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

OASIS Scenarios- M2420 Discharge Disposition

This course will review the latest guidance, item intent and specifics related to the completion of M2420. We will review item response tips and CMS Q&As related to this item. In addition, we will review several scenarios on M2420 completion. 1 Contact hour for Nurses Meets criteria for 1 HCS-O CE


Michelle Horner RN, HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H

post-acuteacademy@mcbeeassociates.com

Transitioning from OASIS-D to OASIS-E: A Guide to Success: Part One

This session will review the background to the OASIS-E changes and how significant the formatting revisions will be. Additionally, this master class will discuss the details around sections A – D and the BIMS, CAM and PHQ-9 standardized screenings. Lastly, you will receive tips and tricks for becoming proficient with the implementation of these new tools. **Part 2 and the evaluation/Certificate for CE's will be added after June 2nd*