Foundation of effective transitional planning
Current rules, regulation, and standards for transitional planning
Preparing for a CMS survey with the Conditions of Participation for discharge planning
Barriers to effective discharge planning
Case Management department strategies for effective discharge planning
Physician collaboration with discharge and transitional planning
Readmission impact of ineffective discharge planning
Sample dashboard metrics
Discharge planning has become more than just the movement of the patient out of the hospital. It is a “process” that starts at the point of admission and follows through to the community and the post-acute care providers. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services has specific requirements for this process. This program will review those requirements. It will also discuss the challenges hospitals are facing as they assume more risk some of the new payment models, such as bundled payments. Strategies for safely transitioning your patients across the continuum of care will be discussed. In addition, we will review how to engage other members of the interdisciplinary care team in the process of planning for the patient’s movement across the continuum including verbal and written hand-off communication. Transitional planning is no longer a destination but a process! Learn how to align with next level of care providers and ensure that your processes address the complexities of the new healthcare environment.
Why Should You Attend?
Planning for the transition, both in the hospital and out of the hospital has progressed over the past several years. Case management professionals, both RN case managers and social workers now must understand the required processes, as well as understand how transition delays may put the hospital at risk for loss of revenue and patients at risk for negative events. This session will integrate the previous session webinars to assimilate the discharge planning process with other case management roles and functions. New case managers and social workers must have this information to understand the strategies presented which can help ensure they are contributing to optimal department outcomes.
Understand transitional planning as a process not an outcome
Discuss compliance to discharge and transitional planning rules and regulations
Identify the best ways to transition patients across the continuum of care
Who Should Attend:
Director of Case Management
RN Case Managers
Director of Finance
Director of Social Work
Director of Nursing
Chief Medical Officers
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