*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.
Driving patient admissions and revenue is the top priority for your sales team. Creating a system that quickly monitors production is key to keeping your agency on track for sustainable growth.
This webinar provides your agency with 3 ways to use your dashboard to get ahead (and stay ahead!) of your competition including key Sales & Marketing activities that impact growth, benchmarks for your Sales and Marketing team, and using your data to attract referral sources.
Your Hospice Agency will be surveyed soon. With all the changes that are constant in the world of Hospice, one thing that does not change is the importance of preparing well for a surveyor to walk through your door. How to prepare for and perform well in your next Survey should not be a secret. This webinar will teach you how to prepare for, survive, and dominiate your next survey!
Employers and HR managers have repeatedly expressed their dismay about missing out because their Work Opportunity Tax Credit applications weren’t handled professionally.
Home Health Care agencies are all looking for ways to increase their revenues. The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is the most overlooked mechanism for an improved bottom line in the industry. The Work Opportunity Tax Credit is a federal credit that allows companies to claim $2,400 to $9,600 for each eligible new hire. Completing a simple form for each new hire could earn your company hundreds-thousands of dollars in federal tax credits.
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.
If you gather together any group of people and ask about medical experiences, you will inevitably hear stories of friends or family members who experienced exceptionally aggressive care only to die shortly thereafter. The question that so often follows is “Why?”. Why did they die, despite such aggressive treatment? Why didn’t the treatment work? Why did they have to endure such pain? Why didn’t I know that they were so close to death?
This accredited education session will help you, your patients and families answer this question.