>90% of facilities have missed PDPM coding opportunities—are you one of them?
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Proactive provides PDPM coding audits to identify potential MDS errors, missed coding opportunities and to assess the quality of SNF supportive documentation. Contact us to schedule a budget friendly pre-submission audit sample today. How can we help? Learn more here.
Searching for Tools & Templates?
Your time is valuable. So, why reinvent the wheel? Proactive’s clinical team has created budget friendly facility assessment and policy templates, staff competency tools, and on demand training.
Solutions and partnerships to drive SNF Quality Measures, Survey results and appropriate staffing. Achieve 5-Star results through facility specific work plan and on-site performance improvement help from a dedicated expert.
Compliance & Ethics program implementation services including policies/tools, training, investigations, and HCCA certified Compliance Officer partnerships available as short and long term projects.
Training and Education
Proactive provides education through live workshops, webinars, and in partnership with provider organizations and associations throughout the US. Our on-demand trainings are a convenient way to gain the knowledge that allows you to bring value to your care team, while meeting individual CE requirements. Staff Competency toolkits meet requirements of participation standards and are customizable to meet your staff development needs.
OTR/L, CHC, RAC-CT
MSN, MBA, RN, LNHA, QCP
Director of Regulatory Services
Director of Audit Services
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