Foresight is 2020 – Optimizing Your Post-PDPM SNF Triple Check Process
In this post-PDPM world, skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) must be diligent in their audit processes in order to receive maximum reimbursement. The Triple Check process is crucial in this regard; acting now to improve yours will position your facility for success and profitability throughout 2020.
Join Richter for a FREE webinar: “Foresight is 2020 – Optimizing Your Post-PDPM SNF Triple Check Process.” Celeste Rininger, RN, RAC-CT, Clinical Consultant for Richter, and Bobbie Tiedt Donohew, CEAL, Senior Financial Consultant, will present on the topic.
Date: January 29, 2020
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EST
NOTE: To register, click “Register” once on registration page
Webinar Learning Objectives
This free webinar is designed to help participants:
- Understand the nature of the Triple Check process; reasons why facilities should conduct Triple Check; and key components of the Triple Check process
- Identify requirements of the Skilled Certification/Recertification
- Identify data point changes post-PDPM
- Identify audit triggers
- Implement Richter’s industry-tested Triple Check process
- Learn about opportunities to achieve facility-wide PDPM accuracy and success
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