The IMPACT Act is directly affecting Home Health Care in America. Get the details on this post-acute care act and how it is affecting the home health industry. From payment models to measures for success, this presentation will help your agency understand how the industry is changing. We will look at past success metrics and what is needed for continued success in the future.
Additional Documentation Requests. They just won’t go away! Homecare and Hospice are under more scrutiny by CMS and other payers than any other time in our industry’s history.
Understanding the ADR timeliness, review and response process will enable your agency to respond quickly and efficiently to the requests. In this presentation you will not only learn WHAT to do when you receive an ADR, but HOW to prevent them in the first place!
Improving patient outcomes is a focus area for many Home Health Agencies - but HOW does one actually do that? Understanding reports, such as CASPER and Star Ratings, are key to improving patient outcome measures along with OASIS accuracy and consistency among clinicians. This session will assist in analyzing and interpreting your agency reports and provide clinicians with OASIS item-specific guidance such as item intent and response instructions.
If you need clarity on the QAPI CoP and assistance using the right data to manage the new CoP - this is a webinar for you. The seventh session in this series, led by Kristi Bajer, RN, MSN and Michael McGowan of OperaCare, provides education on how to ensure that your agency has the correct knowledge and processes in place to ensure compliance with the new Conditions of Participation.
Care Coordination, Time Management, Resource Allocation, Episodic and Regulatory Compliance, Teaching Skills and Documentation Best Practices are just some of what are required of Case Managers. It is hard to be good at some of this – much less all of it! With outcomes-based reimbursement becoming more and more of the norm, Case Managers are the key lynch-pin in driving the clinical and financial health of an agency. This education will enable these individuals to not just be good at what they do, but to truly achieve Greatness in how they manage their patients’ care.
In the final installment of the Clinical Documentation Series, our focus turns to the Aides. Unlike many of the other disciplines who provide care in the home, Aides many times are present the most, but have the smallest amount of actual documentation to do. However, there are skills that need to be developed by the Aide to enable them to work closely with their Supervisory nurse, and communicate what is happening with their patients.