Leadership Seminar: “PDPM for Facility Leaders & Decision Makers”

“PDPM for Facility Leaders & Decision Makers”

As you are aware October 1, 2019, the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) will be implemented for Medicare Part A stays. Leadership and organization are key to successful implementation of PDPM.

GNYHCFA is pleased to offer Leadership staff a seminar to assist Owners, Operators, Administrators and Directors of Nursing to effectively operationalize PDPM. This Seminar will be presented by Marc Zimmet and Sheryl Rosenfield of Zimmet Healthcare Services Group and will provide leadership strategies and tools to promote your facility’s success clinically and financially. This session will include:

• Introduction to PDPM
• Reimbursement Management Strategies
• Non-Reimbursement Operational Considerations
• Last Minute Preparations

Speakers: Marc Zimmet, President, Zimmet Healthcare Services Group, LLC
Sheryl Rosenfield, Director of Clinical Operations of Zimmet Healthcare Services Group, LLC

When: Thursday, September 26, 2019
9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Where: Long Island Marriott
101 James Doolittle Boulevard
Uniondale, NY 11553

CEUs Applied for*



This event is for Member Facilities
Tickets are limited (limit 1-2 per facility)

*GNY is a Certified Sponsor of professional continuing education with the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long-Term Care Administrators (NAB). This educational offering has been submitted to the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Long-Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB).

Monitoring Patch Offers Up-To-Date Information

Dr. Scarpa of Vestra Care presented the Telistat technology at our seminar “Providing Integrated Healthcare and Improving Outcomes” on June 21, 2018. We wanted to share the latest innovation update for Telistat.

“This patch is quite literally, a life-saver, and it will allow our patients in skilled nursing facilities to dramatically reduce the amount of money, time, and energy expended to treat their chronic condition. Better yet, they will be able to stay home. They will be able to communicate directly with the ‘war room’ through their television, laptop, tablet or cell phone. It is a harbinger of medical care to come.”

This is an excerpt of the article “Monitoring Patch Offers Up-To-Date Information” Monitoring Patch Offers Up-To-Date Information posted on McKnight’s Long-Term Care News. Read the full article by clicking here.