Visit Fazzi Associates at Booth 717 and join our experts Gina Mazza, Tim Ashe and Cindy Campbell for their educational sessions.
If you would like to schedule an on-site meeting to learn more about how Fazzi services can help your agency improve quality, profitability, efficiency and patient satisfaction, please contact Peter Emmott.
Speakers: Gina Mazza, Director of Regulatory & Compliance Services at Fazzi Associates, Mary Carr, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs at NAHC, Mary McGoldrick, Infection Preventionist and Home Care and Hospice Consultant at Home Health Systems, Inc., Sharon Litwin, Senior Managing Partner at 5 Star Consultants, LLC
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued a final rule the implements significant changes to Home Health Conditions of Participation (HHCoPs). The rule expands the standards for patient rights, care planning, and care coordination, and includes two new CoPs — one for a quality assessment and performance improvement (QAPI) program and another for an infection control program. Many of the revisions will present significant process, operational and cultural changes for agencies.
Home health agencies (HHAs) must meet the Medicare HH CoPs in order to participate in the Medicare program. Agencies that fail to meet any of the HH CoPs are at risk, at a minimum, for the imposition of a number of sanctions and potentially at risk for program termination.
Mary Carr, NAHC’s Vice President for Regulatory Affairs, and a panel of experts will be leading an all-day, in-depth analysis of the new CoPs for Home Health. Learn how to be compliant with these updated health and safety standards.
This presentation will delve deeply into the results of the 2016-2017 National State of the Industry Study which is based on interviews with 751 agency leaders across the country. The intention of the study was to provide information and insight about home health and hospice operational practices and trends to help all agencies improve quality, profitability, efficiency and patient satisfaction.
The audience will learn about more than 30 topics of interest to agency leaders, from the use of telehealth and outsourced services to productivity, clinical team structure, employee engagement and much more. Additionally, they will learn which practices have the greatest impact on quality and profitability.
Learn how to leverage the skills of your home health and hospice skill set to enhance the outcomes you achieve for patients while increasing your staff’s job satisfaction and motivation to stay with your agency.