PDPM

Patient Driven Patient Model (PDPM)
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PDPM (Patient Driven Payment Model) is a new case-mix classification system that went into effective October 1, 2019. This model classifies patients into five components: physical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT), speech language therapy (SLP), non-therapy ancillary (NTA), and nursing; for purposes of providing a single payment based on the sum of these classifications and maintains a per diem adjustment factor for PT, OT, and NTA components. PDPM has a combined 25 percent limit on concurrent therapy and group therapy for each discipline of therapy provided.

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ICD-10 Coding / Timeliness
MDS Scoring Accuracy/Timeliness
ADL and Functional Scoring
Cognitive Scoring – Interplay
With SLP
Nursing Documentation
Design for MDS Alignment
Proactive, Aggressive
Case Management
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Under PDPM, ONR Excels in the Following Core Competencies

This model classifies patients into five components: physical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT), speech language therapy (SLP), non-therapy ancillary (NTA), and nursing; for purposes of providing a single payment based on the sum of these classifications and maintains a per diem adjustment factor for PT, OT, and NTA components. PDPM is a new case-mix classification system that went into effective October 1, 2019. PDPM has a combined 25 percent limit on concurrent therapy and group therapy for each discipline of therapy provided.
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