OASIS. Possibly the most spoken word, or acronym, in the Home Health industry. And just when you get to grips with the current version, the next set of changes are coming up before you know it in the form of OASIS-D. In this webinar, you will gain an understanding of the significant changes to OASIS-D and how to ensure consistencies and accuracy within your agency.
Register today and get ready for this education. This is education, not just the relaying of information.
Care Management is both under-utilized and misunderstood. Care Managers are becoming their clients’ true partners in health for life. Care Management aims to improve a person’s experience with the healthcare system by enhancing coordination of care, eliminating duplication, and helping patients and caregivers effectively manage health conditions.
Register for this education session, and learn more about the emergence and importance of Care Management.
The Medicare home health pre-claim review (PCR) process implemented in 2016 created extensive operational challenges and payment delays and was eventually “paused” in 2017. A new threat to operational efficiency and cash flow has been proposed to replace PCR in the form of the Review Choice Demonstration (RCD). This proposed demonstration project has far reaching implications to all home health providers in the Palmetto GBA jurisdiction and providers must be prepared for the challenges RCD will have on operations and cash flow.
Home Health Agencies are constantly improving their Survey Preparation Protocols. Task forces are created, processes put in place, I’s are dotted and T’s are crossed. Yet as long as humans are involved, there will be issues and there is a good chance you will at some point receive some Deficiencies – or are perhaps even dealing with them right now!
Come learn from the Home Health experts of Home Health Solutions as they teach you and your team how to address these Deficiencies – and how to analyze the reason(s) a Deficiency was cited.
*Fresh with updates from the Final Interpretive Guidelines
Being survey ready is an ongoing process that doesn’t occur weeks or months before the survey opportunity window. Agencies need to be aware of high risk areas and survey focus items. This education session reviews the top survey deficiencies areas identified in 2018 and what agencies can do now to be in a constant state of survey readiness.
In this episode, Nick Seabrook of BlackTree Healthcare Consulting educates me on the new Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM). He outlines the "new" elements of this major shift in Home Health reimbursement, how it will impact agencies, and touches on what agencies can do now to get ready for this.