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Hospice Outcomes: A Focus on the Future

  •   Webinar
  •   2/13/2018
  •   Heather Calhoun, RN, BSN, HCS-D, COS-C, HCS-H

This webinar is an in-depth review of the many outcome reports that are now available to hospice. Reviewing and understanding the results of these outcomes are eventually going to have an impact on hospice reimbursement. Incorporation of these outcomes on a local, state and national level will align your agency to be the leader in the hospice industry.

 

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Healthcare Intelligence Delivered

  •   Webinar
  •   1/16/2018
  •   John Kiehl, MBA

With margins shrinking and competition growing, it’s critical to utilize industry-wide and agency specific data, not generalized assumptions to identify agency strengths & weaknesses as well as areas for growth & improvement in both sales activity and financial outcomes. Using current and historical trended data agencies can develop a plan to decrease operating costs, identify key areas of margin improvement and focus on specific tasks to impact change. 

If you would like a sample Market Intelligence County Profile, please contact us for pricing.

 

As part of your registration, you will receive a County Profile market intelligence data sample of the county of your agency!  Normally it would cost well over a thousand dollars for this, but it is included in your Registration Fee for this webinar (for non-subscription customers).

Subscription customers need to Contact Us to obtain this profile.

 

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Hospice Quality Programming: QAPI and HQRP

  •   Webinar
  •   10/16/2017
  •   Katie Wehri, CHPC

This session explains the differences between QAPI and HQRP and then delves into the five standards of the QAPI condition of participation, the key regulatory compliance components of the condition, how to implement these components into daily operations and how to have a Medicare survey-ready QAPI program. 

Specific areas of focus for this education are to identify and explain the differences between HQRP and QAPI, list and explain the requirements of the five components of the QAPI condition of participation, explain how to incorporate QAPI concepts into daily operations, and share tips and provide suggestions for how to be ready for QAPI compliance to be assessed during a Medicare certification/recertification survey.

 

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Episode 26: Tracey Moorhead of Elevating Home

  •   Podcast
  •   5/16/2017
  •   Tripp Matthews, Tracey Moorhead

 

Tracey Moorhead, President & CEO of Elevating Home, joined me for a conversation about Elevating Home, the new national advocacy organization for Home & Community Based Services.  This is a very informative discussion about how Elevating Home was formed, WHY it was formed, and what they are going to do in order achieve their mission of making Patient-Centered Care in the Home a fundamental pillar of our national healthcare structure. 

 

We do learn more about Tracey, and how she got to where she is today, and what the plans are for this group now and in the future. 

 

It is an ambitious and great thing Tracey and her group aim to do. 

 

Links:

 

Elevating Home - http://www.elevatinghome.org

 

Curaport – http://www.curaport.com

 

VNAA – www.vnaa.org

 

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Elevating Home: Raising the Bar for Patient-Centered Care at Home

  •   Article
  •   5/16/2017
  •   Tripp Matthews

In April of this year, a two-year project came to fruition with the formation of a new National advocacy organization for the Home Health Care arena:  Elevating Home.  This article is an editorial perspective on this group, as well as an interview with the President & CEO of Elevating Home, Tracey Moorhead. 

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Episode 25: Aaron Little and Raymond Belles of BKD

  •   Podcast
  •   5/9/2017
  •   Tripp Matthews, Aaron Little, Raymond Belles

Aaron Little and Raymond Belles of BKD sat down with me at the NHPCO conference in Washington recently to discuss the recent happenings in the Home & Community Based Services arena.

We discuss the "pause" in the Pre-Claim Review initiative (which is a somewhat controversial part of this discussion) as well as the delay in the implementation of the new Conditions of Participation for Home Health.  Raymond also discusses some of the new Alternate Payment Models that are emerging for Homecare - and what that means moving forward.

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