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CoPs Overview Webinar Webinar 1 of 7: Overview The first session will address the regulatory changes that will require amended policies, procedures, and forms by the July 13, 2017 effective date, with special focus on the following major new provisions: quality assessment and performance improvement plan, policies, and procedures; infection control plan, policies, and procedures; patient rights requirements; and, written patient instructions. Webinar 2 of 7: Patient Care & Organizational Environment  This session will address changes to CoPs subparts B (patient care) and C (organizational environment), which cover: compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations related to health and safety of patients; emergency preparedness; organization and administration of services; clinical records; personnel qualifications; basis and scope; and, release and reporting of patient identifiable OASIS information. Webinar 3 of 7: Patient Rights This session will address 484.50, which covers all of the new patient rights notice forms, policies, processes, and tools that home health agencies need in order to be compliant. Webinar 4 of 7: Assessment and Care Planning Requirements This session will address 484.55 and 484.60, which cover new assessment and care planning requirements Webinar 5 of 7: Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement This session will address 484.65, which cover quality assessment and performance improvement requirements, tools, and guidance. Webinar 6 of 7: Infection Control This session will address 484.70, which covers infection control program requirements and how to implement in an agency. Webinar 7 of 7: Job Descriptions This session will address 484.75 and 484.80, which cover skilled professional services and home health aide services Read More

You know that the Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Model is expected to improve coordination and health outcomes in home health, and that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) demo has been underway in Florida since January 2016. But, do you have all the information you need to transform your organization into a high performing agency under VBP? Prognosticators anticipate the continued transition away from fee-for-service payment models toward value-based purchasing under President Trump. Beginning March 1 through April, HCAF will host six webinars presented by national experts in Medicare billing, OASIS, and outcomes enhancement to help you obtain incentives for providing quality care with greater efficiency. Topics covered range from bathing to bed transferring and discharging to drug education. As a series, these webinars focus on high priority improvement areas that impact VBP goals.​ Webinar 1 of 6: Preventing Unplanned Hospital Care​ Webinar 2 of 6: Bed Transfers/Bathing/Ambulation​ Webinar 3 of 6: HHCAHPS/Communicatio Webinar 4 of 6: HHCAHPS/Specific Care Issues Webinar 5 of 6: Oral Medications, Dyspnea and Pain Webinar 6 of 6: Drug Education/Vaccines Read More

Do you have the same challenge facing most home care agencies - your Home Health Aides are working for multiple agencies?  Are you finding you are not always the first pick when you are trying to staff cases? Do you find yourself asking: How do I get a home health aide to pick my company as a new employee versus another agency? How do I decrease turnover? Are you experiencing these challenges in Private Duty?  This webinar is for you!   Ashley will go over proven techniques to engage potential new hires and also engage existing staff to accept assignments when you are trying to staff cases. Read More

The home care industry is in a state of flux with the recent decisions by federal regulators to delay the Medicare Pre-Claim Review (PCR) Demonstration and new Medicare Conditions of Participation (CoPs). The upcoming Spring District Meeting presents the perfect opportunity to hear from industry experts so you are prepared to be compliant and in-the-know on what's ahead once the delay has been lifted. Read More

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

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