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The Home Health Financial Intensive
We are all familiar with using various Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to acquire the directions we need to get where we want to go. A key to getting there is knowing from what point you are starting and where you hope to end up. Likewise, in home health and hospice, to move forward we need to know where we are now. Expert speakers will provide information to help your agency assess the financial outcomes of past/current impacts on home health and hospice and how your agency’s responses to those impacts have in turn affected your financial outcomes.
Is your agency able to determine the financial effects of the following over the last two years?
CMS Probe and Educate
Shifts in Market Share
New Models of Payment/Alternative Payment Models including Bundling/VBP/ACOs
Cuts in Medicare HH Reimbursement
Increased Managed Care
Emerging Population Health and Population Trends
Change in or Stagnate Patient Case Mix
Is your home health agency preparing prospectively for the coming impacts and trends? Drawing on a presentation given by Stephen Landers, MD, MPH, President/CEO of the VNA Health Group, Home Health Care 2024, the Ideal State, while the infrastructure of home health has been built around traditional Medicare services, there are innovations and new opportunities ahead that will require agencies to operate differently.
This may require rethinking our services and operations by considering care plan best practices and niche marketing; considering expanding services beyond traditional Medicare to include palliative care and/or private duty to enhance patient supports; and different ways of tracking and trending data and using information technology.
Attendees will walk away with a plan and tool for self-assessment as well as ideas for innovations centered around achieving the ideal Home Health State!
February 6 – Home Health Intensive Sessions
A Look at the Past, Current and Future Financial Landscape Using Self-Assessment
Cory Rutledge, Principal, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Gary R Massey, CPA, Director, Health Care, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Legislative Update on Impacts to Home Health Finances
Bill Dombi, Esq, President, National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC)
Securing Better Home Health Financial Outcomes via an Innovative Approach
Ed Buckley, CEO, Select Data
Home Health Innovation: BCBS Utilization of HH in an Innovative Oncology Program
Tabatha Dixon, BSN, MNL, Senior Program Manager, Blue Cross NC
Is Palliative Care an Option for Your Home Health Agency?
Chris Morrissette, VP Palliative Care/Operations, Teleios Collaborative Network
Christine Brown, Chief Marketing Officer, Teleios Collaborative Network
Home Health Data: What Drives Our Success
Raymond Belles, Managing Consultant, BKD CPAs & Advisors
See Program for Details
and join our networking event at 5:30pm! Location TBD
2/6/2018 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
3101 Industrial Dr. Suite 204 Raleigh, NC 27609 UNITED STATES
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