Start Date: 3/14/2024 1:00 PM EDT
End Date: 3/14/2024 2:30 PM EDT
Venue Name: Virtual Event (via Zoom)
Maine Health Care Association
Payroll Based Journal (PBJ) Reporting & Impact on CMS Quality Outcomes
In compliance with Section 6106 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) created a system for skilled nursing facilities to compile and routinely submit staffing data via PBJ reports. This system allows staffing information to be collected on a regular, more frequent basis than previously collected. It also continues to increase in significance and can impact a facility’s compliance with newly proposed federal mandates, as well as Five Star Rating on Care Compare.
- Review reporting requirements, allowable job codes/titles, best practices for data collection and submission methods.
- Describe how PBJ data inputs (not sure what “inputs” are) are used and how changes in staffing can impact your Five Star rating.
- Understand the CMS PBJ audit process and how to best prepare utilizing internal data sources and audit systems.
- Understand the connection acuity has to your staffing data, including how PDPM components from MDS coding are now being used to calculate hours per resident day (HRD) in your CMS Five Star staffing calculation.
Sarah Ragone, MSPT, RAC-CTA, QCP, is the Vice President of Reimbursement & Education at Coretactics Healthcare Consulting. She is a dynamic speaker who uses her expertise and passion for teaching to bring education to the forefront. Her 20+ years of experience in long term care allows her to present realistic and practical approaches to sustainable improvements in quality of care and reimbursement. She uses her knowledge in program development and quality improvement to present a holistic and supportive approach to adult learning that elevates interdisciplinary teams to produce positive results
Program Date / Time:
March 14, 2024 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
MHCA Member: $55
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