MDS 2023 Updates – Medication Reconciliation and High-Risk Medications
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Course Description:

The 2023 MDS Updates include a focus on medication reconciliation. Ineffective medication reconciliation can result in unintended consequences. Medication discrepancies are common, and residents in skilled nursing facilities are often prescribed 10 or more medications. The MDS 3.0 includes the provision of current reconciled medications at discharge. Plan to attend this session and discover elements of an effective medication reconciliation process. All attendees will receive a useful tool related to medication reconciliation.

Targeted Audience:

Leaders, MDS Coordinators, Nursing Supervisors, Interdisciplinary Team members.

Continuing Education Credits:

1 Nursing CE


Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to:

1. Discuss medication reconciliation expectations in the discharge process.
2. Review the elements of reconciliation
3. Examine the MDS guidelines to code section N.

Course Length:

This course takes approximately 1 hour to complete.

Louann Lawson, BA, RN, RAC-CT, Certified INTERACT Champion - Master Trainer
Clinical Reimbursement Team Leader/Clinical Education Manager