Webinar Series: Navigating MDS 3.0

09dec11:00 am3:00 pmWebinar Series: Navigating MDS 3.0

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3 Part Series: RAI Training for Nursing Facility Staff

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MDS 3.0 is a critical nursing facility assessment tool that can directly impact resident quality of care, survey outcomes, your publicly posted quality measures and your reimbursement. Make sure you and your staff know how to complete the MDS 3.0 accurately the first time!

This 3 part series webinar course is the most comprehensive MDS 3.0 training offered in
Oregon, and the only class that presents the provider’s perspective on this key assessment tool.


December 9, 11am-3pm CST
Chapter 2:
Using the RAI Manual
MDS / PDPM Schedule – Using a review of Section A of the MDS Changes of Condition
Chapter 3 – Item by Item Guide to MDS Completion
The BIMS, PHQ9 and Preference Interviews
Sections B, C, D, E, F, and G

December 10, 11am – 3pm CST
Chapter 3 – Item by Item Guide to MDS Completion
Sections GG, H, I, J, K, L, M, and N

December 11, 11am-3pm CST
Chapter 3 – Item by Item Guide to MDS Completion
Sections O, P, and Q
The CAA’s and Person-Centered Care Planning


Demetria (Demi) Haffenreffer, RN, MBA, has made Long-Term Care her profession since 1973, first as a Director of Nursing and for the last twenty-five years as a consultant. She is a past Director and Vice-President of the Oregon Health Care Association and has served as President of the Oregon Long-Term Nurses Association. She has been serving as a member of the American Healthcare Association (AHCA) Quality Improvement Committee since 2003. She has served as a Master Examiner on the Board of Examiners for the AHCA’s Quality Improvement Award, an award granted to the top performing facilities in the Nation.

Demi is known as a dynamic and interesting presenter. Her thorough knowledge of the regulations combined with her extensive hands-on experience provide for practical, everyday solutions to the challenges facing the care giver and facility. She has taught workshops nationally and internationally on a variety of subjects pertinent to Long-Term and Community Based Care, has authored numerous policy and procedure manuals, and has published articles in Provider Magazine. She has been a guest speaker for State and National healthcare organizations. Her depth of knowledge, breadth of experience and her communication skills have made her a sought after resource and advocate for facilities facing regulatory disputes, as well as for expert review and testimony for attorneys facing litigation in the Pacific Northwest and nationwide.


Registration for this webinar is per connection needed at a facility. This allows multiple staff members to participate in the education using one connection. Prior registration is required to ensure connection information and applicable materials are distributed prior to the webinar. The registration fee for this webinar is $249 per SDAHO Member facility /$299 per non-member facility.


(Wednesday) 11:00 am - 3:00 pm