LeadingAge Wisconsin is a statewide membership association of nonprofit corporations dedicated to serving the needs of aging adults and people with disabilities. We provide our membership, which includes religious, fraternal, private, and government organizations, with programs and services to promote the highest quality of life and greatest independence for each individual served.
Value First is a group purchasing organization that leverages the buying power of long term care communities to provide significant savings on food, medical, janitorial, office supplies, capital equipment, and new construction materials. Providers who participate in the Value First purchasing program pay no annual fee, select only the suppliers that best fit their needs, and support LeadingAge Wisconsin with their purchases. Contact Denise May (DMay@LeadingAgeWI.org) for more information.
LeadingAge Wisconsin works diligently to represent your voice with Wisconsin's legislators, but our voice alone cannot convey the intensity of your needs. Please donate to the LeadingAge Wisconsin Political Action Committee (PAC). Your donation will help us support those legislators who best understand your needs and concerns. For more information, please contact Annette Cruz (ACruz@LeadingAgeWI.org). Donations may be made payable to LeadingAge Wisconsin PAC and sent to 204 South Hamilton Street, Madison WI 53703.
VantagePoint Purchasing Group is designed to negotiate contracts such as pharmacy and other products and services not already covered by the contracts in Value First. The LeadingAge Wisconsin partnership with OmniCare and Phillips Total Care brings members immediate savings on their pharmaceutical drug spend. Whether you currently use one of these companies or they would be new to you, please contact Denise May, (DMay@LeadingAgeWI.org) Director of Business Development, to start the process.
This one-hour webinar will provide an overview of the new Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM). The presenters from CliftonLarsonAllen will discuss how accurate Minimum Data Set (MDS) assessments and ICD-10 coding will be critical to optimizing payments under PDPM. The presenters will also discuss what facilities should be thinking about to strategically plan for the upcoming payment changes.
Join us for this information packed, “need-to-know," high energy course for the Infection Preventionist! This course is intended for nurses who are new to the position of Infection Preventionist or for those who want a solid refresher! This fast-paced class will provide key aspects of the role, regulatory information with strategies for compliance, day-to-day activities, trouble-shooting strategies, and references to utilize for success!
Last year, 70 LeadingAge Wisconsin member organizations catapulted their recruitment and retention efforts with the tips shared by Denise Boudreau-Scott through our E Series. Those who registered to participate in the series already have access to the recorded webinars. Now, at the overwhelming request of our members, we are making available (to those who did not participate in the live series) the recordings of the five E Series webinars.
Join LeadingAge Wisconsin in creating an exciting and memorable Spring Conference in 2019 for Wisconsin’s long-term care, assisted living, senior housing, and community service program professionals.Our sponsorship opportunities provide you a forum to promote your company’s products and services and your support of quality educational programs.
This second webinar on PDPM will provide a deeper dive into the clinical aspects of the new Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM). This session will focus on the use of clinical categories and function scores in the calculation of the PDPM rate. The presenters also will provide an analysis of the changes in the MDS assessments, including the Interim Payment Assessments.
The Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) is a significant change which will require in-depth, detailed training and planning. To be ready for PDPM, LeadingAge Wisconsin encourages all SNFs to participate in this series.
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To expand the world of possibilities for aging, LeadingAge members and affiliates touch the lives of millions of individuals, families, employees and volunteers every day.
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