PDPM: Understanding the Section GG ADL Function Scores
This webinar is the fourth in our educational series providing insight and information on the new Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) that will go into effect October 1, 2019. This session will discuss the impact of Activities of Daily Living (ADL) functional scoring on the Therapy and Nursing components of PDPM. We will review examples of Minimum Data Set (MDS) coding for specific areas of ADL function, and discuss the differences between coding ADLs in MDS Sections G and GG. We will outline strategies for interdisciplinary team collaboration in capturing the full picture of a resident’s usual ADL function, with ideas for best practice.
PDPM Learning Objectives (Recording Timestamps):
- Outline the details of the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) components that are impacted by Activities of Daily Living (ADL) functional scores. (4:50)
- Identify Minimum Data Set (MDS) items used to calculate the resident’s Therapy and Nursing functional scores. (17:50)
- Apply strategies to develop systems for timely and accurate ADL scoring (50:30)
Jennifer Gross, BSN, RN-BC, RAC-CT, CPHIMS, Senior Healthcare Specialist, PointRight
NOTE: CEU credits are provided for live sessions only. On-demand, recorded sessions are provided for educational benefit and do not offer CEU certification.
PointRight Free PDPM Education Series
- Session 1: PDPM – The Basics
- Session 2: Non Therapy Ancillaries (NTA) – Understanding the Facts
- Session 3: ICD-10 Codes and the Drivers of PDPM
- Session 4: Understanding the Section GG ADL Function Scores (You Are Here)
- Session 5: PDPM: Financial Moving Parts
- Session 6: The Phase 3 Requirements of Participation and PDPM – Are You Ready?
- Session 7: PDPM: The Home Stretch