Foundations for wound prevention & management according to the standards of practice and CMS regulations Seminar: Brea, CA
This program will address pressure ulcer prevention and management risks from the legal, clinical standards of practice, and regulatory perspectives, providing content that addresses a building’s Pressure Ulcer/Pressure Injury prevention program from a system’s perspective and as a component of the Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (QAPI) process. In addition, content will include a thorough review of coding mandates and tips from Section M of the MDS. Correct coding of the MDS is a primary factor of the new PDPM system of reimbursement.
This program is basic to intermediate level, appropriate for the Nursing Directors, Treatment Nurses, interdisciplinary clinical leadership, MDS coordinators, and others responsible for ensuring clinical practice standards and regulatory mandates are in place for their buildings.
Space is limited for this educational event. To reserve a spot, all are encouraged to register early.