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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Response & Resources
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COVID-19 Preparedness for SNFs: Focus on the Fundamentals
Senior Healthcare Specialist Jennifer Gross reminds SNFs to focus on the fundamentals, preparedness and communication.
Managing Risks in Your Network of SNFs Amidst COVID-19
Senior Healthcare Specialist Maria Arellano provides guidance for Hospitals and REITs on how they can manage risk and support their partners in the midst of Coronavirus.
COVID-19: 5 Things Nurse Assessment Coordinators Need to Know
Senior Healthcare Specialist Jennifer Gross outlines five things for NACs to focus on when managing response to COVID-19.
Survey Reprieve During the Pandemic – for Some Anyway
Senior Healthcare Specialist Maria Arellano helps break down recent memos from CMS concerning COVID-19 related survey impact.
COVID-19: Policy Updates and Care Considerations [Webinar]
Join PointRight’s Senior Healthcare Specialists as they review recent CMS policy announcements and discuss care delivery and risk assessment strategies.
SNF Three Day Waiver – What It Means to Hospitals
Clinical expert Pam Kaiser explains what Hospitals need to know about CMS’s 1135 Waiver for SNFs.
COVID-19: MDS Coding and Documentation FAQs [ Webinar]
Senior Healthcare Specialist Jennifer Gross explores how COVID-19 is impacting MDS coding .
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Post-acute providers not only face a volume of data, but several data sources. How can you make heads or tails of it all and how can you use the right analytics to manage your post-acute network?
by Jennifer Gross, BSN, RN-BC, RAC-CT, CPHIMS, Senior Healthcare Specialist, PointRight
When it comes to claims-based data versus MDS-based data, is one source better than the other and which ones should you be monitoring?