SESSION HANDOUTS

101. Using Hospice Best Practices for Home Health Team Conferencing

102. Evidence-Based Practices for Advanced Cardiac Patients

103. Finance and Clinical/Operational Collaboration: Upper Management

104. The Medicare Audit Appeal Landscape

105. Safety for the Mobile Workforce

106. Medicare Administrative Contractor Palmetto GBA

107. Partnering with Health Systems and ACOs: Home Care and Primary Care Clinics

108. Review Choice Demonstration: Get the Inside Scoop from Illinois!

109. Decoding Your Therapy Documentation

110. Hospice Cost Reporting Essentials

111. PDHCA Open Forum

201. Financial and Clinical Management Strategies Using a Data Driven Approach – Part 1

202. Leading Complex Change

203. Disaster Preparedness in Reality

204. Episode Management: Psychiatric Nursing in Home Health

205. Assuring Successful Transitions of Care: TOC Standards for the Care Continuum

206. Palmetto: The Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) for Home Health Services

207. Hospice Risk Management and Fraud: Beyond Surveys and Compliance

208. Developing a Winning Home Health Targeted Probe and Educate Medical Review Strategy

209. Managing Behavioral Health Virtually

210. Retention and Mentorship: Onboarding and Staff Engagement

301. Financial and Clinical Management Strategies using a Data Driven Approach – Part 2

302. QAPI as a Factor in Fostering Clinical/Operations and Financial Collaboration

303. Hospice Quality Reporting

304. Home Health Updates from Your MAC, CGS

305. Clinical Practice Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care, 4th edition

306. Creative Strategies in Patient Engagement

307. HHGM and Payment models in Home Health: What's Next?

308. The Uberization and Automation of the Home Health Industry

309. Telehealth: Telemonitoring and Virtual Wound Care

310. Leading Effective Changes in Quality Improvement and Infection Prevention in Home Health

401. Episode Management: "Defensible Documentation"

402. Analyzing Claims, Cost Reports, and PEPPER for Quality Improvement

403. Risk Management in Hospice and SNF Relationships

404. Hospice Updates from Your MAC, CGS

405. Preventing Discrimination and Harassment in the Workplace

406. Mergers, Acquisitions, and Consolidation in the Industry – Part 1 of 2

407. Best Practices for Patients and Families at End of Life

408. Making Your Private Duty Agency the First Choice of Caregivers

409. Bringing Remote Care Services into Your Agency

410. QAPI and Measuring the Patient Experience: Beyond HHCAHPS

501. What's in Store: A Hospice Regulatory and Policy Update

502. Perspectives on Partnering with Health Systems, ACOs, and Health Plans

503. Evidence-Based Practices for Staff Education in VBP and Quality Ratings

504. Revenue Cycle Improvement through Process Improvement: Finance and Clinical/Operational Collaboration

505. The Marketing Culture Shift: Mix Sales and Marketing with Measurement

506. Mergers, Acquisitions, and Consolidation in the Industry – Part 2 of 2

507. Interpreting Financial Statements and Dashboards for a Private Duty Program

508. Wage and Hour in Private Duty

509. Technology Adoption and Staff Education to Streamline Operations and Financials

510. Quality Improvement Insights: Internal and External Communication of Outcomes

601. Home Health Regulatory Roundup

602. What's Your Organization's Cultural Profile?

603. Key Financial Benchmarks Every Hospice Should Have

604. Home Health CoPs Survey Deficiencies and Everything You Should Know

605. Government Scrutiny and Your Hospice: Addressing Common Risk Factors Before the Government Comes Knocking

606. Case Study in Care Transitions: The Data Driven Approach of a Community-Based Hospice

607. Alternative Payment Models in Home Care

608. EVV Technology Revolutionizes Mobile Delivery of Home Health and Personal Care Services

609. Caring for Our Patients and Staff During Disasters…. Disaster Preparedness Lessons

610. Myth-Busting Therapy Roles in Home Health

701. How the Home Care Industry is Moving Away from Silos

702. Compensation Models for Employee Motivation and Performance Monitoring

703. Patient and Provider Perspective on 28 years of Home Infusions and Catheter Maintenance: Handout Part 1 and Handout Part 2

704. Episode Management and Conquering the ADR Dilemma

705. Visit Utilization: Balancing Quality Patient Outcomes and Cost Per Beneficiary

706. Connecting the "Whys" in Hospice Quality Reporting and What You Can Do to Support Your Clinicians

707. Meet Your Medicare Contractor: National Government Services (NGS)

708. Palliative Care Programs: Three Perspectives on Reimbursement and Operations Modeling

709. An Innovative Journey to Value Based Care Using APMs and Partner Relationships Supporting VBP

710. Want Top Talent? Get Top Talent. Secrets Disclosed on Building Culture, Developing Leaders and Motivating Staff!

801. Strategies and Tips to avoid deficiencies seen from Surveys under the new CoPs

802. CMS Interpretative Guidelines for the Home Health CoPs

803. Evidence-Based Internal and External Insights on Hospice QAPI

805. Succession Planning: Successfully Managing Senior Leadership Changes

807. From NGS (Medicare Administrative Contractor): Targeted Probe & Educate Medical Review Activities

808. HHFMA Open Forum

Elements of Leadership

H3IT International Conference on Home Healthcare, Hospice, and Information Technology

Leading Gracefully: How to Own Your Strengths for More Impact

NAHC 2.0: A New Era of Leadership

The Happiness Advantage: Linking Positive Brains to Performance


POSTER SESSION HANDOUTS

Semi Hoarding–Signs of Fear and Anxiety

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Protect and Produce Revenue System™(PPRS) Positively impacting more patients through the collaboration of Home Health, Hospice, Private Duty and Referral Sources

Creating a Person -Centered Home Health Experience 

REACH FOR THE STARS! For Your Patients with an Ostomy! UOAA Ostomy and Continent Diversion Patient Bill of Rights: Making an Impact in Home Health and Hospice Care

Creating a Culture of Engaged Employees

Mapping Community Palliative Care: A Project of the Center to Advance Palliative Care

Evidence-Based Care Transitions: It Takes a Team  

Utilization Management and Wound Care

Organizational Transformation = $$$,$$$ to the Bottom Line


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