6/28/2018 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Eastern Standard Time
Presenter: Diane Link, RN, MHA Senior Clinical Consultant, BlackTree Healthcare Consulting
COP. QAPI. PIP. CMS. The new and revised Medicare Conditions of Participation (CoP’s) have been in effect for six months now, and it can all feel a bit like acronym salad. How is your agency doing with the new CoP's? Before you and your agency go six months further into this new world order in Home Health - the time to evaluate your agency’s compliance with these CoP’s is now!
Time: 2:00 PM EST
Duration: 01:30:00 minutes
Cost: $99.00 per person
This course is approved for 1 contact hour(s) of Continuing Education for: Nursing
*This education session is approved for one (1) contact hour of Continuing Education for Nursing
The new and revised Medicare Conditions of Participation (CoP’s) have been in effect for six months. How is your agency doing with them? Before you and your agency go six months further into this new world order in Home Health - the time to evaluate your agency’s compliance with these CoP’s is now!
Diane Link of BlackTree Healthcare Consulting will be presenting education session. In this webinar, she will instruct your team how to analyze the effect of your CoP process changes as well as providing tips and tutorials on how to create or modify your Performance Improvement Plans (PIP) to ensure continued success and compliance.
.The specific Learning objectives for this webinar are:
Educational Materials to be provided with this education:
About the Educator – Diane Link, RN, MHA
Diane has been a RN for over 25 years. She currently lives in Gettysburg PA and is a Senior Clinical Consultant for home health and hospice with BlackTree Healthcare Consulting. Diane has a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration from Mount Saint Mary’s University in Maryland and maintains her RN license in Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She has a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma.
Diane is president of the board for the Maryland National Capital Home Care Association. She has received awards from the MNCHA over the years for her leadership and health care policy advocacy. Diane has published the Emergency Preparedness Manual for Home Care Providers in Maryland.