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Educational Webinars


Creating a 21st Century Healthcare Office

Vincent Gianotti
Vincent Gianotti

Microsoft Office 365 is a top choice for businesses that want a cloud-based suite of productivity & collaboration applications. With Office 365, you get access to Microsoft Office solutions practically anytime, anywhere, on virtually any device. You can now build on your experience with Microsoft solutions while enjoying the flexibility of cloud-based delivery.

Whether you’re working in your office or on the go, you get a familiar, top-of-the-line set of productivity tools. Office applications —always the latest versions—let you create, edit, and share from your PC/Mac or your iOS, Android™, or Windows device with anyone in real time.

Join us and find out more. This is an opportunity to improve your office productivity, collaboration and communications at a cost that is more affordable than you could imagine.


Webinar Date and Time: August 4, 2016 2:00 PM EDT / 1:00 PM CDT

Examining Value – Based Purchasing (VBP)

Chris Attaya
Chris Attaya

Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) is a new CMS Pay for Performance program linking payments to improved outcomes that went into effect on January 1, 2016. Our experts will discuss with you the background and methodology of this new program based on the Home Health final rule for CY2016. VBP is challenging and we would like to share some insight as to how providers should prepare for these changes. Join us to learn more about being ready for value-based purchasing.


Webinar Date and Time (PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE): June 22, 2016: 1:00 PM CDT/2:00 PM EDT

Home Health Agencies Employing Utilization Review to Outstanding Results

Arnie Cisneros
Arnie Cisneros

As new care and payment models arrive from ACA reforms, Home Health has GREAT OPPORTUNITIES to reinvent programming. Home Health excels in flexibility, affordability, and patient preference; how can they refine their care model to achieve the goals of the ACA Alternative Payment Models? Clinical and Fiscal breakdowns of homecare programs identify the areas of opportunity for rewiring homecare episodes in terms of value rather than volume. Nursing assessments and programming, rehab protocols for value and safety, modifying care using clinical indicators, patient-centered care for clinical outcomes; all can be rewired for focus and efficiency to address the new care landscape. This progressive presentation outlines Providers who have successfully navigated care redesign, including case studies and clinical and fiscal outcomes while preparing for the ACA care demands of CCJR, VBP, and other value-based delivery models.


Webinar Date and Time: April 26, 2016: 1:00 PM CDT/2:00 PM EDT

How Re-Admissions and Reform Efforts Affect Home Health Nursing

Arnie Cisneros
Arnie Cisneros

Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, Medicare has placed significant focus on the reduction of the costly hospital readmissions. Though 30-day hospital readmissions rates have hovered around 25% for decades, post-acute Providers, including SNF and Home Health, have considered readmission of their patients to be sound, quality patient management. Upon re-examination, readmissions reveal another side of today’s in-efficient care continuum. The excessive costs of readmitting a patient to the hospital, combined with questions regarding how the system reinforces readmissions, reveal how readmits effect the entire healthcare system.

How do readmission efforts affect how Home Health is delivered today, and how will those efforts continue to affect how we deliver services to the home? All homecare clinicians will be affected, but nursing personnel will find unique challenges minimizing readmissions while patients return home sicker and sooner due healthcare reform. Learn how Home Health nursing may change in order to address readmission efforts from this progressive presentation.

For Fiscal Year (FY) 2015, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has estimated that total readmissions penalties will be approximately $428M, up from $227M in FY 2014.