MDS 3.0: Section E - 2020

MDS 3.0: Section E - 2020 

The items in this section identify behavioral symptoms in the last seven days that may cause distress to the resident, or may be distressing or disruptive to facility residents, staff members or the care environment. These behaviors may place the resident at risk for injury, isolation, and inactivity and may also indicate unrecognized needs, preferences or illness. Behaviors include those that are potentially harmful to the resident himself or herself. The emphasis is identifying behaviors, which does not necessarily imply a medical diagnosis. Identification of the frequency and the impact of behavioral symptoms on the resident and on others is critical to distinguish behaviors that constitute problems from those that are not problematic. Once the frequency and impact of behavioral symptoms are accurately determined, follow-up evaluation and care plan interventions can be developed to improve the symptoms or reduce their impact. This section focuses on the resident’s actions, not the intent of his or her behavior. Because of their interactions with residents, staff may have become used to the behavior and may underreport or minimize the resident’s behavior by presuming intent (e.g., “Mr. A. doesn’t really mean to hurt anyone. He’s just frightened.”). Resident intent should not be taken into account when coding for items in this section.

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REL-PAC-0-US-3.0SECE20

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Course Details

Course Code: REL-PAC-0-US-3.0SECE20
Hours: 1
Type: MDSRAI
Content Expiration Date: 12/31/2020
Learning Objectives:
Apply the appropriate Coding Instructions for accurate completion of MDS 3.0 Section E - Behavior.
Identify the Steps for Assessment and/or Coding Tips, as applicable, related to MDS 3.0 Section E - Behavior.

Outline:
Section 1: Introduction

A.    About This Course

B.    Learning Objectives

Section 2: E0100: Potential Indicators of Psychosis

A.    Rationale

B.    Assessment

C.    Instructions

D.    Tips

E.    Examples

F.    Definitions

Section 3: E0200: Behavioral Symptom - Presence & Frequency

A.    Rationale

B.    Assessment

C.    Instructions

D.    Tips

E.    Examples

Section 4: E0300: Overall Presence of Behavioral Symptoms

A.    Rationale

B.    Assessment

C.    Instructions

Section 5: E0500: Impact on Resident

A.    Rationale

B.    Assessment

C.    Instructions

D.    Tips

E.    Examples

Section 6: E0600: Impact on Others

A.    Rationale

B.    Assessment

C.    Instructions

D.    Tips

E.    Examples

Section 7: E0800: Rejection of Care - Presence & Frequency

A.    Rationale

B.    Assessment

C.    Instructions

D.    Tips

E.    Examples

F.    Definitions

Section 8: E0900: Wandering - Presence & Frequency

A.    Rationale

B.    Assessment

C.    Instructions

D.    Tips

Section 9: E1000: Wandering - Impact

A.    Rationale

B.    Assessment

C.    Instructions

D.    Examples

Section 10: E1100: Change in Behavioral or Other Symptoms

A.    Rationale

B.    Assessment

C.    Instructions

D.    Tips

E.    Examples

Section 11: Conclusion

A.    Course Contributors

B.    Resources

C.    Congratulations!

Instructor: Ron Orth RN, CHC, CMAC, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer
Ronald Orth, RN, CMAC, CHC  obtained a nursing degree from Milwaukee Area Technical College in 1985 and a B. A. in Health Care Administration from Concordia University in 1996. Mr. Orth possesses over 30 years of nursing experience with over 20 of those in the Skilled Nursing industry. Mr. Orth has extensive experience in teaching Medicare regulations to healthcare providers both in the US and internationally. Mr. Orth is currently the Post-acute Care Curriculum Designer and is certified in Healthcare Compliance through the Compliance Certification Board (CCB). Ron has also successfully completed the Infection Control Officer training through the AHCA and is an AHIMA approved ICD-10-CM trainer. Disclosure: Ron Orth RN, CHC, CMAC, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
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