TypeOnline Course
Date06/23/2022 - 06/23/2022
Time3:00 to 5:00 PM
LevelIntermediate
CEU2
State ApprovedIL, IN (PTs/OTs)
AudiencePT/PTA/OT/COTA/SN/DON
PlaceLive Webinar
CommentFree for Ascension Illinois Presence Home Care, Chicagoland
Student Enrolled19
(1 ratings)
PriceFree

Angelina Senyk MS, OTR/L
Co-Instructor

Establish a Medicare-covered Maintenance Therapy Program; A Clinical Guidance

Course Outline

Maintenance therapy was introduced with the revisions to the Medicare Manual in 1989.There has been some difficulty in understanding and implementing this benefit because it seems to go against the grain of “traditional” Medicare. That is. Medicare never covered anything that was “maintenance” in nature. And now it does but with some additional requirements. Maintenance therapy is a covered service for patients under traditional Medicare or Medicare Advantage. Coverage includes Inpatient Rehab, SNF, Outpatient, and Home Health. The coverage is not only for Physical Therapy, but also for Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Skilled Nursing. The course also will clear the confusion about PDGM/PDPM and maintenance therapy.  The course will explain in detail the Jimmo Settlement. Maintenance therapy is a paradigm shift in the practice of therapy profession as the number of patients requiring maintenance therapy growing and demands for justification increasing. The course will highlight the conceptual differences between rehabilitative and maintenance therapy. the audience will learn how to establish a plan of care based on a strong knowledge of assessment and clear description of treatment provided. In my humble opinion, Therapy clinicians should adapt the “Jimmo Settlement” because it has moral and ethical obligations beside the clinical obligations.

Section 1Course Outline
Lecture 1COURSE OUTLINEPreview

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn the circumstances that brought maintenance therapy  to the highlight “Why now!”.
  2. Appreciate why maintenance therapy  is a paradigm shift in the practice of therapy professions.
  3. Understand the conceptual differences between rehabilitative (restorative) therapy and maintenance therapy.
  4. Learn the billing requirements for maintenance therapy for various therapy settings.
  5. Understand the role of PTA in providing maintenance therapy .
  6. Establish strong rationalization for maintenance therapy patients.
  7. Formulate plan of care for maintenance therapy.
  8. Educate your colleagues, billers, and decision maker in your facility about maintenance therapy .
  9. Adapt Jimmo settlement.

Level

Intermediate

Audience

PT/PTA/OT/COTA/SLP/SN/DON/BILLERS

CEUs

This course has been approved for 2 CEUs for IL PT/PTA/OT/COTA

All other attendees will receive a certificate of attendance with no CE credit

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Lecture 2WEBINAR ACCESS INFORMATION (REGISTERED USERS ONLY)
Lecture 3WEBINAR RULES AND GUIDLINES Preview

Know before you go!

We utilize what technology has to offer to maximize the learning experience, that include:

·      High-speed internet (950 MBT/S)

·      High-definition cameras

·      Multiview

·      High quality audio

·      Polls and surveys

·      State of the art power point presentation

Webinar Rules and Guidelines

1)    Webinar access code not to be shared.

2)    When you are in the webinar, write your name as it appears in your state license. 

3)    Attendees encourage to interact with the presenter during the interaction segments of the webinar.

4)    There will be polls/survey throughout the webinar.

5)    There will be NO quizzes during the webinar.

6)    Post webinar, there will be an Attendance Verification Quiz (AVQ) along with the course evaluation.

7)    You have only ONE attempt to answer the Attendance Verification Quiz (AVQ).

8)    Attendance Verification answer will be provided by the instructor during the webinar.

9)    Failure to answer the Attendance Verification Quiz (AVQ) correctly will result in no certificate will be awarded.

10) Using cameras is optional but not required, audio availability is a MUST.

11) Chat will be disabled except during Q&A segment.

12) You MUST access the webinar from a device where you can CLEARLY see the presenter screen (dial in to the webinar is not allowed).

13)  CE Certificates will be available after attendees submit the Attendance Verification Quiz (AVQ) and the course evaluation.

14) Please review cancelation policy.

15) For CE certificate to be acceptable by your State, your full name, title, address, and license number must be shown on the certificate (update your profile as needed).

Final Quiz

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