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With the ever changing regulations regarding the provision of therapy services in home care and the push for electronic documentation, therapists struggle with how to adequately document the services that they provide in order to prove their case that the services provided were reasonable and necessary. This session will focus on the top reasons why therapy services are denied and how to avoid these mistakes. Attendees will also learn the critical elements contained in quality therapy documentation as well as how to engage your current therapy staff and contractors to tighten up their documentation, leaving little room for speculation by auditors and possible denial. Course Instructor - Deb Richardson Read More

The home health industry has not had a change in the Conditions of Participation in 3 decades. The changes to the CoPs are significant and go into effect Jan 13, 2018. Agencies must continue to train staff and revise their policies and processes to be compliant. Do not delay in making the necessary process, education and forms changes During this 4-part webinar series, you will learn the philosophy for the new CoPs, the CoP key changes , guidance on the final rules and responses from CMS as well as information from the Draft Interpretive Guidelines just released Nov 3. We will review the details of all Conditions and Standards, how to build a successful QAPI, infection control, emergency preparedness program, and tips to be successful in implementing these changes in your organization. The difficult Patient’s Rights and Care Coordination/care planning/quality of care chapters will be reviewed in detail as well as all of the other Conditions! Course Instructor - Sharon Litwin Read More

In 90-minutes, Valerie will share with you multiple case studies and the formula that LTC Expert Publications uses to acquire more home care leads and caregivers for their home care agency clients. This process works for non-medical private duty agencies, franchise agencies, independent home care agencies, registry models, and home health care agencies. Social media has grown over the last few years to include a wide array of age groups that respond well to aging-related content and advertising strategies. Tired of worrying so much about Google? Let’s move on to something that works even better! Read More

"Since the Jimmo v. Sebelius settlement over four years ago, providers are still left wondering how to appropriately provide reasonable and necessary skilled maintenance therapy to those truly in need of such services. With vague guidance from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Palmetto GBA, providers are worried they will be denied reimbursement when providing maintenance therapy services. This webinar will provide attendees with a better understanding of the standards governing the provision of maintenance therapy under the Medicare home health benefit as well as how to properly identify patients who are eligible to receive services under this benefit."​Course Author: Wendee Brosig OTR Read More

The Home Care Association of Florida invites home care professionals to participate in a three-part educational webinar series that will delve into the nuances of providing therapy in the home. Beginning in January 2018 and concluding in February, this series explores therapy practice management and administration, applicable federal and state laws and regulations, therapy assistant supervision, maintenance therapy, best practices, and other topics in order to show the broad and vital role therapy plays in the home care setting. Course Author: Joyce Boin PT, MA & Patti Heid, MSPT, COS-C Read More

"The home health industry has not had a change in the Conditions of Participation in 3 decades. The changes to the CoPs are significant and go into effect Jan 13, 2018. Agencies must continue to train staff and revise their policies and processes to be compliant. Do not delay in making the necessary process, education and forms changes During this 4-part webinar series, you will learn the philosophy for the new CoPs, the CoP key changes , guidance on the final rules and responses from CMS as well as information from the Draft Interpretive Guidelines just released Nov 3. We will review the details of all Conditions and Standards, how to build a successful QAPI, infection control, emergency preparedness program, and tips to be successful in implementing these changes in your organization. The difficult Patient’s Rights and Care Coordination/care planning/quality of care chapters will be reviewed in detail as well as all of the other Conditions!" Course Instructor - Sharon Litwin Read More

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