This webinar series is designed to guide practitioners working in Skill Nursing Facilities (SNF) or as therapists in capturing skilled, reasonable and medically necessary services.
This webinar series will focus on the required documentation elements and supportive criteria required for each critical document created by therapists from the initial evaluation to discharge. Documentation examples will be reviewed during the presentations for rehabilitative, rehabilitative, and maintenance therapy.
You will not only learn how Medicare defines skilled, reasonable, and medically necessary care but how to identify and support criteria for medical necessity throughout the episode of care. We will review critical therapy documents and how to document clinical reasoning to support maintenance therapy.
About the Series:
Part 1: How are skilled, reasonable, and necessary skilled therapy services defined?
Part 2: How do therapists document unique skills, the therapy skilled need, and necessary care throughout the episode of care in an initial evaluation; progress notes; updates to the plan of care, daily notes, and discharge summaries?
Part 3: How do therapists document unique skills, the therapy skilled need, the necessary care throughout the episode of care in the initial evaluation; progress notes; updates to the plan of care, daily notes and discharge summaries for maintenance patients?
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- Zenobia Knight, PT, MBA, RAC-CT, Consultant