In February 2013, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) released a report entitled Skilled Nursing Facilities Often Fail to Meet Care Planning Requirements, in which they found that 26% of facilities fail to meet care planning requirements. Is your facility meeting federal guidelines for care planning? This presentation discusses the important link between the MDS 3.0, the Care Area Assessments (CAAs) and the care plan. Learn the essential components of a resident-centered care plan, how to develop a care plan that supports the clinical care that is provided to the patient, and how to proactively maintain a care plan that will meet annual survey requirements. The presentation discusses strategies for completing the CAAs more effectively, and how the CAA process can be used to create a more resident-specific care plan. Learn to develop a resident centered known as ( I careplan) through a workshop discussing different elements of the careplan, from profile, interim, and diagnosis.
1. Gain an understanding of the purpose of a Care Plan.
2. Learn to define the purpose of the discharge Care Plan and Summary.
3. Learn to to articulate the link between the MDS 3.0 assessment, the nursing Care Plan, the discharge Care Plan, and accurate RUG-IV classification.
4. Understand the the correlation between the MDS 3.0 assessment, the Care Area Assessments (CAAs), and the Care Plan.