Maximize Your Educational Opportunities
The concurrent breakout sessions will feature educational programs from industry experts across the Nation, addressing critical topics in home health and hospice. Attendees have the opportunity to earn up to 11.75 continuing education contact hours.
Ohio Council for Home Care & Hospice is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91) (OH -157, 4/1/2019). The Ohio Council for Home Care & Hospice is an approved provider for The Accountancy Board of Ohio (number CPE.122).
After the conference, audio recordings will be made available to attendees at no additional cost.
|Management Uses of HHA Medicare Cost Report, Common Problems and Sneak Preview of “NEW” Upcoming Cost Report Forms||Dave Macke
|Patient Care and Financial Success in the PDGM Payment World||Chris Attaya and Sue Payne|
|Managing Your Future Budget and Cash Flow Projections In The New PDGM Era||Rob Simione|
|PDGM – Revenue Cycle Management Changes!||Melinda Gaboury|
|Review the Impact of ICD-10 coding under PDGM||Melinda Gaboury|
|Hospice Eligibility Documentation:||Melinda Gaboury|
|Hospice 2021 Final Payment Rule & Election Statement Update||Melinda Gaboury|
|Medicare Updates||Beth and Kathy|
|Substabce Use and Infection Control||Terry Pope|
|Trama Informed Care||Kathy Royer|
|Home health and/or hospice revenue cycle operations with specific emphasis on PDGM/COVID-19||BKD|
|PDGM key performance indicators||BKD|
|Where are we now with COVID-19 financial/cash flow impact from CARES Act/PPP/accelerated advance payments||BKD|
|The Balancing Act: Stratifying Length of Stay through Referral Sources||Wellsky|
|Managed Care||Joe Russell|
|Strategies For Managing Reimbursement During A Pandemic||Yolanda Riley