Physicians and other healthcare providers are increasingly focused on Patient Engagement and Education. What effect does your patients' knowledge and participation in their own care have on provider quality reporting? Are you taking the time to educate your patients on the importance of being engaged in their care? This education session will enhance your efforts in improving your patients’ consumption of your care.
Stephanie Koehn of Successful Health & Wellness Solutions presents this education focusing on defining Health Literacy, how low health literacy effects your quality reporting, and what you can do engage your patients in their care.
The Penalty Box is our new monthly webinar series on the latest compliance and regulatory issues facing home health. This series is produced in partnership with OperaCare, a software and services company that focuses automating the quality assurance process for home health.
How are you generating your plan of care? Do you know the interventions and goals you are using are effective? Is it taking you 2-3 days to create it. In the proposed 30-day episode, we cannot wait until 25% of our episode is over to initiate our care.
The third session in this series, led by Kristi Bajer of Operacare, provides an in-depth look at how to ensure that your process for generating Care Plans are what they should be with these new models in mind.
Myra Varnado of Corstrata is back to provide education on Lower Extremity Wound Care. This session provides an introduction and differentiation of the most commonly seen lower extremity (LE) wound etiologies. The key components of performing a focused lower extremity exam, as well as appropriate management strategies are discussed.
The Penalty Box is our new monthly webinar series on the latest compliance and regulatory issues facing home health.
Margins in home care continue to be reduced every year. Additional therapy reimbursement is soon to be a thing of the past. Showing good outcomes has never been more important. Getting your OASIS correct at the start of care (SOC) is the key to your agency’s success. The second session in this series, led by Michael McGowan of Operacare, takes a close look at the most common mistakes made by Home Health Agencies when completing OASIS assessments.
Home Health Agencies are already learning about what the new Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) program means for their business. The new requirement for QAPI is to include an organizational wide approach to performance improvement. Referral and Resource Management is an integral part of an organization ability to grow and meet the needs of the community.
In this third session of a four-part series on the new QAPI initiative, Diane Link of BlackTree Healthcare Consultants teaches how to assess your agency’s intake process and provides information on how to make improvements that will benefit the referral source and your agency.