AHHC Home Care Summit 2020

The importance for a home care agency to understand laws and rules for reporting client abuse, neglect, exploitation and other offenses committed by a client’s personal caregivers or by home care agency staff cannot be overstated. This year’s Summit will have a speaker from the NC Division of Aging and Adult services (DAAS) to discuss adult protective services laws and rules, and a speaker from the NC Division of Health Service Regulation (DHSR) Health Care Personnel Investigations(HCPI) unit to provide information on reportable offenses committed by agency staff. NC Medicaid staff will be speaking to provide an update on NC Medicaid Managed Care and Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) and what is known at the time of the Summit. We will wrap up the day with a legislative update from Tracy Colvard, AHHC’s VP of Government Relations and Public Policy.

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$119 Before 12/31/2019
$139 After 1/1/2020

A representative from the NC Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) will discuss general principles of Adult Protective Service (APS) laws, recognizing abuse and neglect of a person, and other reportable offenses to guide a home care agency in understanding the mandatory requirements for reporting related to a family/ personal caregiver of a home care agency client.

A representative from the NC Health Care Personnel Investigations (HCPI) unit at the Division of Health Service Regulation (DHSR) will review HCPI laws related to reporting reportable allegations (i.e. abuse, neglect, etc.) of home care agency unlicensed staff.

Sabrena Lea, Associate Director NC Medicaid, LTSS and team will provide an overview of Medicaid managed care from a policy standpoint, an overview of Electronic Visit Verification (EVV)  progress in our state and an overview of the Community Alternative Program (CAP) waiver changes for CAP/DA and CAP/C. 

Tracy Colvard, AHHC’s VP of Government Relations and Public Policy will provide a look back at this past legislative session and will look ahead to the possibilities of 2020 in relation to legislation affecting home care providers. 

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The Association for Home and Hospice Care of North Carolina is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the North Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
1/22/2020 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Axxess Home Care & Hospice Conference Center AHHC Office Raleigh 27609 UNITED STATES
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