RAC-CT Certification Virtual Workshop 8/9/2022 RKL
Includes a Live Event on 08/09/2022 at 8:00 AM (EDT)
Increase your knowledge of clinical assessment and care planning, completion of the MDS, the regulations surrounding the RAI/MDS process, and managing the PDPM by attending an AAPACN Resident Assessment Coordinator-Certified (RAC-CT) certification workshop. Having the RAC-CT credential behind your name shows you are a knowledgeable and capable MDS professional. RAC-CT certification is the nationally recognized gold-standard in resident assessment in the long-term care nursing profession. By earning this credential, individuals have shown their expertise in skilled nursing facility prospective payment system and minimum data set (MDS 3.0) assessment.
Your registration includes three days of online instruction from a Master Teacher covering the ten courses of the RAC-CT program, access to the online materials used during the workshop, and access to the ten certification exams required to earn the credential.
This workshop will be hosted online, through a virtual platform.
This workshop will take place over the days listed below. All times are listed in Mountain Standard Time (MST). If you are unsure what time this workshop will begin where you are, please use this link as a quick reference: www.worldtimebuddy.com
- Days: August 9-11
- Time: 6 am - 3 pm (MST), daily
Access additional program and workshop information (including CEs and cancellation policy) here.
Hosted by: RKL
Tracy B. Montag, BSN, RN, RAC-MT
With over 25 years of clinical experience in long-term care; Tracy has extensive expertise in the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) process, staff training, reimbursement systems, compliance and operational performance analysis. Her in-depth knowledge is concentrated in state and federal regulations, operations and reimbursement. Prior to joining RKL, Tracy held various positions in the long-term care field since 1990.
Tracy has participated as an instructor/speaker on health care topics at various seminars and conventions for state and national level health care organizations. She has worked as an independent contractor for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) participating in educational videos titled: MDS 3.0 and the Interdisciplinary Team and the MDS 3.0 and Facility Leadership. She is a Master Teacher for the AANAC RAC-CT program.
In 2006, Tracy was the co-leader for the State of Pennsylvania in the MDS 3.0 Pilot Project functioning as a Gold Standard Nurse, responsible for the research, data collection and site training piece of the project. Pennsylvania was one of only eight states that participated in this pilot project. Tracy is acknowledged as an expert in Long Term Care by CMS based on her contribution in the development, testing, writing, formatting and ongoing review and maintenance of the MDS 3.0 RAI Manual, MDS 3.0 data Item Set, and MDS 3.0 Data Specifications.