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Every business owner wants to increase revenue and long-term viability. But as a home care business owner, you face unique challenges and decisions regarding scalability and profitability. You must decide what service lines to offer; how to expand territory and market share; and how to operate compliantly and cost-effectively in a complex regulatory environment. Some key considerations include: • Your exit strategy or end goal • Expansion via a satellite office or separate agency • Skilled vs. private duty service lines Read More

This session will address 484.70, which covers infection control program requirements and how to implement in agency. Course Instructor - Glenda Burke Read More

Emergency Preparedness for Licensed-Only Agencies: Now's the Time to Update Your Plan! This session will review and explain AHCA regulations as they pertain to the Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan. Topics covered include specific regulations and scenarios for agency Adminstrators to consider in the event of a mandatory evacuation Read More

This session will address 484.75 and 484.80, which cover skilled professional services and home health aide services Read More

America is facing an unprecedented challenge: nearly a quarter of our population is reaching retirement age. Americans are living longer and with more chronic conditions, which means greater cost to the healthcare system. In essence, the gap is growing between the number of aging Americans needing home care and the available resources and programs to fund their care. In order to thrive in the evolving healthcare ecosystem, private duty agencies must understand how these programs are changing and how newly-emerging programs will alter the landscape dramatically. Read More

Many of us in the home care industry continue to diligently work for a delay or repeal of the Pre-Claim Review Demonstration (PCR). However, as we continue to work toward that goal, providers must also fine-tune internal processes to be spared much of the pain and suffering that has occurred in Illinois. Before PCR kicks off in Florida on April 1, the Home Care Association of Florida invites Medicare home health care professionals to attend a local, half-day, in-person workshop to get ready for what’s on the horizon. We cannot stress enough that this program is not an overview and is not for beginners who have not already started to prepare for PCR. This event has been designed to act as a tool for the analysis and tweaking of the processes you have already established. PCR was created to reduce fraudulent health care expenditures by requiring third-party contractors to ensure claims are valid before submission of final claims. Lack of education for providers and physicians, confusing submission procedures, and administrative burdens have hurt providers and patients alike, yet no evidence supports that the PCR is achieving its goals. Industry advocates will continue to work feverishly to delay/repeal PCR, but providers cannot be complacent and assume the program will not take effect in Florida on April 1! Join us in March so that you can know without a doubt that you are ready, or learn what needs to be done so that you will achieve affirmation rates greater than 90 percent right from the start! <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> Read More

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