- September 26, 2019
12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Join us for the most recent information on home health’s new payment model, PDGM.
Success in home health requires the capability of managing care in order to maximize patient outcomes at lower cost. While the PDGM guidelines have been available for a year, CMS has recently proposed revisions to that may impact many workflows in your agency.
Utilizing the appropriate services, meeting the regulations and remaining efficient is not only best practice, it is also imperative for the success of your organization! This session will discuss and share best practices to assess patients and implement care using the most efficient and effective care team and work flows.
*This is an advanced training session. Participants at this workshop should have completed the NAHC webinar series or attended one of the PDGM National Summits last spring.
- Identify the key changes and new insight from the 2020 proposed rule
- Discuss key service utilization strategies, including LUPA management
- Discuss case management strategies, such as frontloading and use of significant change in condition
The proposed rule and recent billing guidance include new insight and some changes to RAPS, payment and process.
Don’t be left behind on this!
Prerequisite: Participants should have completed the NAHC webinar series, attended the PDGM National Summits or similar programming
There will be 4 contact hours offered for the workshop. Contact hours are rewarded after completion of evaluation
New England Employee
15 Chenell Dr # 1, Concord, NH 03301
About our Presenter: Gina Mazza, BSN, RN, CPHQ, Senior Vice President Regulations and Compliance
In Gina’s role at Fazzi, she is responsible for the operational consulting and regulatory and compliance services. She manages one of the largest OASIS and compliance groups in the country, has spearheaded a number of Fazzi’s national best practice initiatives, serves as the clinical expert on Fazzi’s National State of the Industry Study, has published white papers on the realities and implications of regulations on service delivery and, has served as the clinical content expert for Fazzi’s presentations in VBP states and now, PDGM. Gina is a national speaker with depth of knowledge and real-world experience on the current issues facing our industry. She combines strong clinical and regulatory expertise with the realities of being a senior executive in both free standing and hospital-based agencies.