MDS - RAI Assessment Tools for:
- Long-Term Care
- Complex Continuing Care
- Mental Health
Upcoming Course Schedule
Dr. Paul Beaulne
MED e-care Healthcare Solutions together with MDS-RAI Research Network are offering you a great learning opportunity!
MDS-RAI Research Network consists of a team of experts from the University of Alberta, York University and a number of Registered Nurses and Accountants. The main goal of the team is to provide educational training on all aspects of MDS as it relates to funding, trends and regulations.
MDS-RAI Research Network incorporates more than 80 years of combined research and clinical experience.
Ideal For: RNs, RPNs, RAI Coordinators, Health Information Professionals, DOCs, Administrators, HINs and members of any Interdisciplinary Teams involved in clinical documentation.
- Introduction to MDS
Explaining the benefits of MDS.
- The Mechanics of MDS
The basics of MDS and identifying the types and timing of assessments.
- Coding and Assessing Accurately
Describing the relationship between the purpose of the MDS and the types of questions that appear on the MDS.
- Resident Assessment Protocols
Identifying and clarifying the four parts of the CAP/RAP.
- How MDS contributes to Care Planning
Describing the relationship between the RAI process, the care plan, and quality resident care.
- MDS 2.0 Quality Indicators
Understanding the development and benefits of the Quality Indicators.
- Resource Utilization Groups III
Understanding the development of the RUG-III classification system.
- Quality Measures and the MDS 2.0
Identifying the objectives of the Nursing Quality Initiatives.
MED e-care’s 3-day MDS course will take every participant through a detailed process of coding and utilizing the MDS assessment system including CAPs/RAPs, QIs, RUGs and Outcome Measures. The cost includes all course material, exams, certificate and breakfast, lunch and refreshments each day.
A course detail package will be emailed to all registered course participants with further details: an agenda directions, conference location and hotel information.
Credentialing is available on request for LHIN’s or chains for group of 20 or more.
Seating is limited. Course registration deadline is 14 days prior to each start date.
Phone: 416.686.8592 ext. 4
Toll: 1.800.387.8903 ext. 4