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The new Medicare discharge planning rule should be an eye opener for many home health providers. Outcomes have always played an important role in the process, but now hospitals will have to report your agency’s care outcomes to prospective patients. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) believes that this policy change will improve transitions of care, increase a patient’s ability to access their health care information in a timely manner, and complement and align with efforts to improve interoperability across the care continuum. CMS also believes this supports patientcentered care and focuses on the patient as the driver of their health care, while simultaneously supporting the patient’s right to make their own health care decisions. Hospitals and home health agencies will need to comply with the new discharge requirements before November 29, 2019. Join Home Health Solutions CEO J’non Griffin next Friday, November 8 for a webinar presentation on this new requirement. During this presentation, attendees will find out why institutional referrals are more important under the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM), and how providers must adapt to the changes and be the patient’s provider of choice. In addition, attendees will learn what new discharge planning requirements home health providers are responsible to carry out in order to be in compliance.    Course Author: J'non Griffin  Read More

The Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) dramatically impacts agency operations, processes, and performance. This full-day workshop will provide the strategies and processes to prepare. Topics will focus on best episode management and process improvement practices, including referral, intake, and scheduling processes to help you more tightly manage care within the shorter 30-day payment period. Speaker/Course Author - Melinda Gaboury, COS-C  Read More

Before prospective clients consider your company, they almost always check out your online presence first. A website is a key marketing tool for doing business nowadays, especially for the new generation of decision makers. However, not all websites are created equal and some can even negatively impact a business’ credibility and perceived quality, ultimately leading to a loss in revenue. In today’s fast paced world, it takes only 50 milliseconds or .05 seconds for most visitors to form an opinion of a website and decide whether to explore it further or just leave. Unfortunately, many busy professionals still put their website or even the idea of having an online presence on the backburner. In this webinar, we will discuss what it takes to make that first good impression. Whether you are looking to build your first website, or if your current one needs revamping because it is not receiving the level of traffic or generating the number of leads you hoped for, this webinar will explore strategies necessary for a well-performing website. Your company website should not only attract visitors and educate them, but it should convince them to want to conduct business with you. Course Author: Lynn Lobit Read More

The Home Health PPS Regulation for implementation January 2016 has brought about changes to the PPS System, but most importantly more cuts in reimbursement. The billers and collectors are extremely important to agencies thriving in the current system so do not miss this needed education! Be the first to be current on all Medicare billing regulations implemented in 2016. This webinar series will lay a concrete foundation for home health billing, as well as, financial staff by giving billers a more effective approach to the Medicare PPS regulation, conducting Medicare verifications and understanding adjustments. We will discuss Medicare verifications on patients with HIQH/HETS screen examples & review adjacent episode calculations - field by field on claim forms. We will review the process of auditing a pre-bill for final claim purposes, both Medicare and Non-Medicare Payers, and review the details of billing for Non-Routine Supplies using billing guidelines. More and more scrutiny of agency records has been taking place in the form or ADR and RAC reviews. The webinars will outline the current risks and outline steps to manage that risk. If you are part of the revenue cycle in your agency these webinars are a must! Course Instructor - Melinda Gaboury Read More

The Home Health PPS Regulation for implementation January 2016 has brought about changes to the PPS System, but most importantly more cuts in reimbursement. The billers and collectors are extremely important to agencies thriving in the current system so do not miss this needed education! Be the first to be current on all Medicare billing regulations implemented in 2016. This webinar series will lay a concrete foundation for home health billing, as well as, financial staff by giving billers a more effective approach to the Medicare PPS regulation, conducting Medicare verifications and understanding adjustments. We will discuss Medicare verifications on patients with HIQH/HETS screen examples & review adjacent episode calculations - field by field on claim forms. We will review the process of auditing a pre-bill for final claim purposes, both Medicare and Non-Medicare Payers, and review the details of billing for Non-Routine Supplies using billing guidelines. More and more scrutiny of agency records has been taking place in the form or ADR and RAC reviews. The webinars will outline the current risks and outline steps to manage that risk. If you are part of the revenue cycle in your agency these webinars are a must! Course Instructor - Melinda Gaboury Read More

You could spend a lifetime mastering any one of the changes facing the health care industry today. But don’t. As soon as you master the crises du jour, another one will take its place. Instead, learn how to engage during change so you can effectively lead no matter what challenge and transition you encounter. People look to leaders and others for answers when the ground starts to shake from the latest implementation, funding crisis, or regulatory mandate. Are you prepared to engage yourself − and then others − so you can succeed regardless of any obstacle? Learn key lessons found in positive psychology about how to engage. Speaker/Course Author - Scott Carbonara Read More

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