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With a major payment model change barreling toward the home health industry, are your marketing efforts ensuring your agency is positioned for success? Hear from home health sales and marketing expert Melanie Stover on ways to strategically position your agency ahead of PDGM through relationship building and partnerships. Understand the mix of providers and the types of patient referrals that your agency should target to best survive and thrive under the new payment model.  Speaker/Course Author - Melanie Stover, OT  Read More

<!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> More than half of U.S. states have legalized medical marijuana in some form and this number is on the rise. Have you established a Drug-Free Workplace? Do you know how to protect your agency when you encounter patients or staff who are using medical marijuana? Do you have appropriate policies in place to address such issues? This is one legal snafu that will only continue to grow as the legalization of medical marijuana grows. Do not get blindsided; join industry expert Grant Kindrick, Esq., as he guides you through the legal ins and outs related to medical marijuana in the home health setting. Speaker/Course Author - <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> Grant Kindrick Read More

With pressure ulcer prevalence rates between 2.9% and 19.1% in home care, managing wounds efficiently and effectively has always been a priority. With the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) on the horizon it is even more critical to your success to have a strong understanding of how to manage these patients with an outcomes driven mindset. In this session you will learn how together we can adequately manage wounds while generating positive patient outcomes in a cost-effective manner. Amy Cassata, Vice President of Clinical Services at Swift Medical, has implemented hundreds of wound care programs and she will share her best practices from over the years, including clinical best practices, technology recommendations, and change management techniques. Speaker/Course Author - Amy Cassata, RN, WCC Read More

With Medicare's Patient-Driven Groupings Model coming in 2020, compliance plays a critical role now more than ever. Reimbursement changes will enhance the need for better documentation as it relates to the diagnosis codes assigned on the claim. Therapy is still important yet costly to agencies, and it is crucial to understand the best methods to provide quality care that meets patient needs while staying financially viable. Agencies must ensure that clinical documentation supports the primary diagnosis and is focused on medication management, teaching and assessment, neurological and muscular rehab, complex nursing interventions, wounds, or behavioral health. Agencies must also ensure that documentation supports all co-morbidities listed on claims and that the co-morbidities are addressed in the plan of care and interventions. Speaker/Course Author - Dawn Cheek Read More

<!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> With the growing Medicare Advantage population, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has finally added non-skilled in-home care such as personal care and housekeeping as a benefit. This historic long-awaited decision by CMS recognizes the importance of non-skilled home care and how it can bridge the gaps in home care. Learn how home care provider, SeniorBridge, is teaming up with Humana, one of the leading health care companies in the country, to provide high-quality home care to our most vulnerable population. Speaker/Course Author - <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> Ruthi Farrago Read More

There are so many factors to consider when taking on a new patient. And the prospect of the Patient-Driven Groupings Model has only heightened the burden! From intake information, coding, medical doctor certification, face-to-face documentation…all of the parts and pieces have to mesh in order to have a proper referral and admission. If one, or more, of the parts are missing or are incorrect, agencies set themselves up for complaints, denials, Additional Documentation Requests and a host of other things we’d all rather avoid. By understanding the factors and documentation necessary for a proper referral and admission, agencies can better manage their patients and revenue flow from intake through discharge. Speaker/Course Author - Apryl Swafford Read More

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