Home Health PPS Proposed Rule 2019, Pre-Claim Reboot and OASIS D: Are We Having Fun Yet?
There are many regulation changes coming in 2019. Be informed to remain compliant.
March: CoPs – Reality Based Interdisciplinary Care Coordination
A crucial part of compliance with the new Conditions of Participation (CoP's) is the demonstration of consistent interdisciplinary care and communication. Learn how to implement this standard in your agency.
Feb: CoPs – Emergency Management
The Emergency Preparedness Requirements for Medicare and Medicaid Participating Providers and Suppliers Final Rule became effective on November 15, 2016, with an implementation date of November 15, 2017.
January: CoPs – QAPI in Action
This session will demonstrate key data elements and provide strategies for effective and efficient QAPI programs.
2018 Webinar Learning Series
We are excited to offer our monthly learning series. We pride ourselves in ease of use and access. You can use our recordings again and again to train staff and new hires.
November: How Alternate Payment Methodologies are Shaping Care Delivery in HH
Payment reform is coming. We do not yet know the shape it will take but the time is now to become capable of navigating the change that is inevitable.
August: PPS-2018 Proposed Rule – A Call to Action
Take this opportunity to discuss the changes proposed to our payment rules and structure. We will provide pertinent info for commenting to CMS in a timely fashion.
September: Elements of Compliance – From Soup to Nuts
Consistent with CMS’s preemptive approach, under the health reform law, home health agencies across the nation will also be required to take a preemptive approach to preventing fraud, waste, and abuse through the adoption and implementation of compliance and ethics programs. - excerpted from Section 6102 and Section 6401 of the Health Reform Law.
June: IMPACT Act of 2014 & the Demand for Care Redesign
We must re-evaluate our way of providing care in home health as a larger piece of post acute care delivery. The impact of the IMPACT Act began in home health this year with the addition of items to the OASIS C2 data set. Join us for more strategies to prepare to meet the demands of the IMPACT Act.
May: Having a Voice in Policy-Making
It is very important that every home health provider stand up and be heard when it comes to the policies that CMS imposes on home health. We will assist you in organizing your voice and helping your agency be relevant in current and future regulations.