From the HCAF Conference, this presentation will help agencies develop a marketing plan that fits their business and assists in understanding the ins-and-outs of how, to whom, and when to market. Bob Roth's step-by-step marketing process teaches the best methods for developing a plan that fits their unique needs and sets up and delivers the most effective marketing budget.
Many patients that are discharged from the hospital for Home Health are at high-risk for rehospitalization, but yet little physician engagement to provide a coordinated care experience. Lisa Kidd, of Baptist Home Health Care provides education on how to develop a program that provides a safety net and true continuation of care across the different entities of the healthcare continuum: Health System, Physician, and all aspects of Home & Community Based Services.
Caregiver training is vital to the success of any private duty home care agency. Bob Roth, of Cypress Homecare Solutions, demonstrates how he and his team have set up their Caregiver Training Lab, and how it can impact your agency by enabling you to create the model caregiver for your organization and community.
Matthew Capell of FHS Seniorcare Payment Solutions discusses the many factors that are fueling the concerns that government-sponsored programs will not be able to sustain the rising long-term care costs of our rapidly aging population. In order to thrive in the evolving health care ecosystem, home care agencies must understand how these programs are changing and how newly emerging programs will alter the landscape dramatically. From the HCAF Conference.
Certified Home Health Agencies can learn a lot from Private Duty businesses. Gerry Fioriglio and Loretta Pigeon of Family Caregivers Network present this insightful session from the HCAF Conference. It is all in your midset: Certifed Agencies have Patients, while Private Duty Agencies have Clients. Learn about the other differences, and how to look, talk, operate and market your Private Duty Business.
From the HCAF Conference: Current home assessment tools utilized by health care professionals are limited in substance and outcomes - appearing mostly as audits or checklists. Carolyn Sithong leads this session about how these tools can limit environmental assessment capacity, while also understanding and overcoming the barriers that prevent patients from implementing home modifications that can help ensure their safety.