This final episode of 2016 is a look back on the previous year. Nick Seabrook, Brad Evanovich, and Eric Scharber - very much part of the A-team - are back and waxing philosophic about the past year and the lessons learned.
We also take a look ahead to 2017 and make some predictions about what is to come.
Ann Olson and Kathryn Roby of Qualidigm present on the significant regulatory changes that have recently been enacted. Home Health and Hospice providers are facing accreditation and certification surveys that are very different in content, approach, and expectation. This session will provide you with a 90-day roadmap to survey readiness, and establishing the right approach to maintain this readiness moving forward.
From the HCAF Conference, Arnie Cisneros and Kimberly McCormick of Home Health Strategic Management deliver an excellent session on new care and programming models outlined in the Affordable Care Act that have now arrived. Providers face new challenges that alter many of our historical community care delivery practices. VBP, CCJR, readmission efforts and Alternate Payment Models require a shift from volume to value. This presentation outlines the drivers that to elevate the value in your programs.
From the HCAF Conference: This session, led by Sarah Oliver of Benefits In A Card, will assist with ACA compliance, avoiding penalties, and understanding how to reap the benefits and maintain your bottom line through self-funded group insurance plans. Learn how to gain a competitive edge through employer benefit offerings and how to improve employee satisfaction and retention.
From the HCAF Conference, Bob King of Legal Nanny delivers an informative session that provides a comprehensive federal legal update for changes in 2016 and beyond in home care laws. Learn about overtime and the status of the companionship exemption; sleep and travel time; responding to Department of Labor aduits; and wage and hour issues.