Diane Link of BlackTree Healthcare Consulting presents the second nursing documentation webinar. This session focuses on Hospice Nurses and the required documentation including tips for clinicians that will focus on documentation specific to hospice including documenting towards local coverage determination, using assessment tools in documentation and including HIS follow up documentation. Included are tips for documentation that will support the care provided and be defensible to surveys and audit.
Our world is becoming increasingly culturally diverse. This is not a political statement, but rather a reality that indeed impacts how care is delivered to patients. In this webinar, presented by the dynamic Dr. Gilbert Marez, you will learn to identify various cultural signs that may increase a clinician’s and support staff’s awareness about concepts and preferences of patients of different cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Come learn how to provide true care in a manner that can be appreciated by all people!
Very detailed and informative education from Carolyn Cuttino of Corstrata! Wound Care is not something that Hospice & Palliative Care providers have routinely focused on when providing care for their patients and families. Yet 30% of all Hospice patients have wounds, given the prominence of wounds at end of life, hospice providers must provide a holistic, evidence-based approach for symptom management - infection, pain, wound odor, exudate - and wound improvement for improving quality of life for patients and their families.
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.
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.
In this episode, we introduce Carleen Rogers of Medalogix. Carleen is a caring and earnest person who has spent most of her healthcare career in the Hospice world, and now provides education and consulting. Her passion for hospice comes through as she tells the story of her journey to Hospice care, and shares what Medalogix is doing to help further reduce the stigma of hospice in this country.