In the first Homecare Roundtable episode, Eric Scharber of Exact Recruiting and Nick Seabrook of BlackTree Healthcare Consulting join Tripp for a 'friendly' conversation. The Homecare Roundtable will be a monthly episode featuring a rotating cast of characters that are friends as well as colleagues.
This conversation is about the happenings at the recent NHPCO and VNAA conferences, a discussion about how Homecare agencies are preparing for some of Medicare's new Alternate Payment Models; how agencies are trying to figure out the staffing models for these new APM's, a brief discussion about Chronic Care Management, and also about some of Curaport's Vendor Corner vendors and upcoming webinars.
Exact Recruiting: http://www.exactrecruiting.com
In this very educational episode, Erin Archer of Exclusion Screening, LLC and Ashley Hudson of Liles Parker PLLC educate me on Exclusion Screening - both the company and the Requirement. We discuss the difference between Exclusion Screening and a background check; what constitutes an exclusion; the perils of employing an excluded individual; and which individuals should be screened.
This conversation is a great primer for the webinar scheduled for late June, which will be led by these two attorneys.
This engagement was so informative that we are going to add this as a monthly podcast episode entitled "Legally Blonde" which will cover all aspects of Legal matters throughout the healthcare industry.
Exclusion Screening, LLC's website: www.exclusionscreening.com
Liles Parker's website: www.lilesparker.com
Curaport's website: www.curaport.com
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Tripp Matthews and Nick Seabrook of BlackTree Healthcare Consulting discuss March Madness, Healthcare Reform, Value Based Purchasing, and try to sound intelligent about the Affordable Care Act and what TrumpCare would look like.
In case you haven’t heard there are NINE states mandated to participate in the Value Based Purchasing Model program including: Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Massachusetts, Maryland, North Carolina, Nebraska, Tennessee and Washington. If your agency is in one of these states you MUST register a point of contact person with the Enterprise Identity Management (EIDM) system.