In an excellent and in-depth session on Wound Prevention, Myra Varnado of Corstrata presented this webinar. It is commonly held that providing the best level of Wound Care for Home Health patients is an expensive and daunting task. Or is it? Pressure injuries can be a painful and debilitating experience for patients, for sure. But this education session provides foundational information for establishing an effective pressure ulcer (injury) prevention program in the home health and hospice setting.
One of Curaport's favorite educators, Katie Wehri, has joined a new firm. Healthcare Provider Solutions, Inc. proudly announces the addition of Katie Wehri as Director of Operations Consulting. Katie is certified by the Health Care Compliance Association in health care privacy compliance. She has been working in the hospice, home health, private duty, and palliative care industries for 25-plus years and has held executive level positions in these arenas.
Chad Whitefield, of Advance Rehabilitation Management Group leads this webinar that provides insight into incorporating any of 40 metrics into your therapy program. The course focuses on benchmarks in all 4 key result areas - operations, compliance, satisfaction (client and associate) and outcomes. Chad also introduces instruments that allow managers to collect and analyze key therapy related metrics as well as tools for use in hiring and creating job descriptions.
Michael McGowan of Operacare delivers this education on understanding why your claims are being denied. CMS states more than 50% of home health claims are billed in error. Ninety-five percent of Home Health Agencies routinely submit data and claims that cannot be defended during medical review. Yet after spending thousands of dollars on Quality Assurance activities each month, most HHA’s still don’t know why their claims are being denied.
Claiming your patients are sicker than other agencies around you; 40-50% of you are at risk for insolvency, audits, and failure in the forthcoming payment models. Value-based payment models, 5-star ratings, and Pre-Claim reviews are all impacted by this myth and lack of understanding of the data available to Home Health Agencies.
This webinar focuses on the importance of appropriate end-of-life conversations for patients, families and our healthcare system. Carleen Rogers, a veteran hospice clinician and executive will discuss the Why, When, and How regarding these important yet difficult converasations with your patients.
About a month after the National Association of Home Care's Annual Conference, Matt Hughes of ACHC joins the podcast. We discuss the experience at NAHC, as well as delve into the services that ACHC offers to the Home Care industry.
A good conversation with a good guy about a great company.