Webinar

Industry Trends - What The Numbers Say About Home Health and Hospice

10/23/2018 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

Presenter: Sharon Harder President, C3 Advisors, LLC

Being in the Home Health and Hospice industry is a whirlwind.  Keeping up with the latest regulations, payment reforms, HR laws and the best clinical practices is hard and time-consuming.  It is critically important to take a breath now and again to understand what the numbers say about what is going on in this important healthcare segment.

Register Today and learn about the most recent trends and also receive a synopsis of the home health and hospice markets.

 

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When: 10/23/2018

Time: 2:00 PM EST

Duration: 01:00:00 minutes

Cost: $0.00 per person

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Description

*This is sponsored by Excel Health Group 

Being in the Home Health, Hospice and Private Duty industry is a whirlwind. Keeping up with the latest regulations, payment reforms, HR laws and the best clinical practices is hard and time-consuming. It is critically important to take a breath now and again to understand what the numbers say about what is going on in this important healthcare segment. 

Register Today and learn about the most recent trends and also receive a synopsis of the home health and hospice markets.

 

Education Overview

All too often, as providers become deeply immersed in the avalanche of regulatory details and changes coming from CMS, we miss opportunities to better understand emerging growth opportunities coming from an ever changing marketplace.  Join us for this webinar as we focus on how the youngest baby boomers will influence post-acute care in the future and how industry trends show a bright future for providers who are ready to take advantage of the expansion opportunities that are coming.  Attendees will learn: 

  • Why Medicare Advantage enrollment will continue to expand and what providers need to do to be able to take advantage of that growth.
  • Why younger Medicare beneficiaries may be less likely to move into traditional retirement communities, opting instead to stay in their current community and homes.
  • Why home health utilization will likely increase under post-acute payment reform that will affect SNFs in October 2019.
  • Why hospice providers should be working with physicians to help patients better understand end of life planning and how physicians can directly benefit from having those patient conversations.
  • Why an ability to access data and focused analytics is an absolute must for success as the marketplace evolves.

 

About the Educator – Sharon Harder, Operations, Revenue Cycle and Compliance Leader 

Sharon works with post-acute healthcare providers to improve compliance and bolster sustainable growth in an era of declining reimbursement and escalating regulatory scrutiny. By developing strategic, common sense approaches to handling operational, financial and regulatory challenges our clients are far more likely to achieve long term success. 

Sharon specializes in home health and hospice financial and revenue cycle management, process improvement, regulatory compliance, turnarounds, acquisition due diligence and post-acquisition integration. She is an expert in Federal and State regulation of home health and hospice with over 20 years of executive management and post-acute consulting experience.

About the Educator – Matt Garcia, MHA, Solutions Engineer, Excel Health Group

Mr. Garcia started his career in healthcare over 10 years ago. Matt has held various analytical, financial, operational, and implementation roles working for both providers and vendors in the Dallas - Fort Worth metroplex. Matt also has is Masters in healthcare administration.

About the Sponsor – Excel Health Group 

Excel Health Group delivers critical healthcare analytics to positively impact every care path in America. 

Excel Health’s mission is to enable every agency to thrive in the new paradigm of value-based care. With access to complete Medicare Part A and Part B data, 90 days old, (over 1.25 billion claims annually), Excel Health has one of the most current, comprehensive, and robust medical databases in the world powering its Home Health and Hospice portals. Our goal is for care networks to be constructed and providers selected based on care efficacy (superior outcomes) and care efficiency (reduced utilization). The potential of our suite of on-demand, cloud-based data solutions to profoundly impact healthcare and patient lives is immediately evident.

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