MDS Intensive: Common Errors and Misperceptions Program Coming in March to Richmond and Roanoke

Is your organization up-to-date on the most recent MDS coding and scheduling requirements to avoid common errors?  The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has changed the RAI Manual and PPS MDS scheduling rules several times since October 2010.  This full-day program will provide staff involved with completing the MDS with information on the new types of assessments that have been developed and offer insight into how to manage complex scheduling dilemmas.  Providers should plan to spend the day with Judy Wilhide Brandt, owner of Wilhide Consulting, Inc. to receive accurate information on the most challenging areas of MDS coding and advanced PPS scheduling.  The presentation is appropriate for MDS Coordinators, Rehab Directors, corporate consultants and others who want to learn more about the MDS and how to avoid common errors while optimizing reimbursement.

The MDS Intensive education program is scheduled for March 25 in Richmond and March 26 in Roanoke.