Using HADS to complete and send an MDS report
To ensure participants are confident they understand:
- The components of the HADS program: Service, Client, Administrative, and Report writing elements;
- Recording service provision;
- Reducing the administrative burden of MDS reporting, and
- Send MDS reports from HADS.
At the end of the day, participants should be able to set up a new Service, know the meaning of the four different status a client may have, how to complete an ongoing record of individual clients’ service and how to forward this report to ADHC.
Time: 1.00pm – 4.30pm
Venue: Northside Community Forum, St Leonards
Cost: $20 HACC service workers, $60 Non-HACC service workers, Free HACC Volunteers
Event Info : Afternoon tea provided
For further information
|Contact Name||:||Shirley Choi
|Organisation||:||Northside Community Forum
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