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On December 6, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recently released the final version of the Outcome Assessment Information Set Version E (OASIS-E), which goes into effect on January 1, 2023. The final OASIS-E All Items and time point versions of the instrument include 27 new items to standardize care across post-acute care settings. Among the most significant changes are the following from Chapter 3 of the manual: Section C: Cognitive Patterns Section D: Mood Section J: Health Conditions Section K: Swallowing/Nutritional Status Section N: Medications                                                                                                                                                                                           In this live online briefing, SimiTree's J'non Griffin will explain how the final instrument and manual differ from the draft version in a way that makes sense, resulting in faster implementation and compliance.    Speaker/Course Author - ​Lisa McClammy, BSN, RN, COS-C, HCS-D Read More

The Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) went into effect on January 1, 2020. This is the most significant change to the Medicare home health reimbursement structure since the introduction of the Prospective Payment System (PPS) in 2000. The new payment model has dramatically impacted agency operations, processes, and performance. January 2023 brings even more issues with rate changes for home health and the impending Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP) nationwide expansion. This four-part webinar series will discuss key areas, strategies, and processes in assisting an agency in staying ahead of PDGM-related changes and reimbursement rates. This program will focus on best episode management and process improvement practices including the referral, intake, and scheduling processes, timely documentation, and physician and patient communication strategies — all of which are required to more tightly manage care within the 30-day payment period.   Speaker/Course Author - Melinda Gaboury, COS-C  Read More

Due to the ever-changing nature of home care statutes and regulations, all care provided must be accurately reflected in the patient/client's record. Thorough documentation encourages better continuity of care for patients/clients and lays the foundation for more effective care plans in the future. This webinar is intended to assist home care agency leaders in implementing processes and practices that will help optimize caregiver documentation.   Speaker/Course Author -Mabel Gonzalez, Esq Read More

The Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) went into effect on January 1, 2020. This is the most significant change to the Medicare home health reimbursement structure since the introduction of the Prospective Payment System (PPS) in 2000. The new payment model has dramatically impacted agency operations, processes, and performance. January 2023 brings even more issues with rate changes for home health and the impending Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP) nationwide expansion. This four-part webinar series will discuss key areas, strategies, and processes in assisting an agency in staying ahead of PDGM-related changes and reimbursement rates. This program will focus on best episode management and process improvement practices including the referral, intake, and scheduling processes, timely documentation, and physician and patient communication strategies — all of which are required to more tightly manage care within the 30-day payment period. Read More

This progressive, four-part webinar series for Home Health Administrators and Owners addresses Home Health challenges related to IMPACT Act reforms. Learn the effects of specific IMPACT Act reforms, and operational processes that address each reform to produce improved Clinical and Fiscal outcomes. Gain insight into the following areas: How the Patient-Driven Groupings Model(PDGM) outcomes can exceed PPS era results The why and how of Value-Based care programs Addressing the Home Health Culture Change required for success How VBP Expansion regulations are the natural enemy of Home Health recertification How to employ Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS)-E to better outcomes under the PDGMWhy the PAC PPS will alter Home Health Utilization for acute care episodes How the PAC PPS will modify all Home Health programming How to lead your referral sources through the changes   With a Value-Based Home Health platform as the basis of the rewired Acute Care Episode that goes into effect in 2025 under the PAC PPS, now is the time to transition your agency for success. Home Health Providers who successfully complete this transition learn how to replace home care volume practices with real-time clinical management, and they report improved employee satisfaction as a result. Make sure you attend this important webinar series and start your journey on the Value path required for Home Health success today.   Speaker/Course Author - Arnie Cisneros; Kim McCormick Read More

The Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) went into effect on January 1, 2020. This is the most significant change to the Medicare home health reimbursement structure since the introduction of the Prospective Payment System (PPS) in 2000. The new payment model has dramatically impacted agency operations, processes, and performance. January 2023 brings even more issues with rate changes for home health and the impending Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP) nationwide expansion. This four-part webinar series will discuss key areas, strategies, and processes in assisting an agency in staying ahead of PDGM-related changes and reimbursement rates. This program will focus on best episode management and process improvement practices including the referral, intake, and scheduling processes, timely documentation, and physician and patient communication strategies — all of which are required to more tightly manage care within the 30-day payment period. Read More

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