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Hello and thank you for participating in today's webinar avoid financial penalties by preparing for MDS 3.0 update our presenters today are managing consultants Suzy Harvey and Carol Smith Suzy is a member of BK V national healthcare group and has more than 31 years of experience in healthcare with 26 of those years in long-term care she performs clinical consulting and education for healthcare providers on Medicare reimbursement strategies Suzy has trained numerous skilled nursing facilities as well as swingbed nursing units on proper completion of the minimum data set to help providers effectively manage their Medicare programs she has 19 years of experience as a director of Nursing and has been been involved in the MDS process and changes since mandated in 1987 Carol also is a member of BK t national healthcare group and provides nursing consulting services for skilled nursing facilities she's a registered nurse with more than 30 years of experience in the senior services industry in a variety of administrative and clinical positions as an experienced instructor and senior services clinician she helps clients stay current with Medicare coverage guidelines provides assistance with clinical information and helps character teen care teams keep up to date with new CMS transmittals her expertise with minimum data set coding helps clients improve patient care regulatory compliance and financial outcomes for services paid under Medicare and Medicaid Carol is the chairman of the board for the American Association of nurse assessment coordinators and the nurse leadership Association again thank you for participating in today's webinar at this time I'll turn it over to Carol good morning and thank you jana for that introduction learning objectives today are as they're listed i won't read them for you but you can take a gander of those three bullets what we're going to cover today is we're going to be talking about the impact Act which became law in October of 2022 how will it impact your facility understanding the quality reporting program measures be able to complete the new section G G and the PPS discharge assessments with confidence to understand the consequences of not completing and submitting PPS assessments related to the skilled nursing facility quality reporting program now I may refer back and forth with that and call it the sniff qrp or the SNF qrp or various other things but understand that when I do that I'm talking about the skilled nursing facility quality reporting program understanding how the three quality measures for the sniff qrp are different from the six knew about this past summer compare quality as it relates to data across post acute care settings this is one of the major things that the regulator's were trying to accomplish when they were developing the impact Act they wanted to see they wanted to see them as to work on trying to produce data that could be comparable across settings such as acute rehab facilities home health agencies long-term care acute care hospitals and.