- International Classifications of Functions
November 12, 2015
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
- Person Centered Patient Engagement
November 19, 2015
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Home Health Therapy Resources
Part 1: International Classification of Function (ICF)
Part 2: Person-Centered Patient Engagement
2-part Webinar Series
Thursdays, November 12 & 19, 2015
Health care delivery is moving towards a value based purchasing system that will share risk between Medicare and health care providers including home health. Home Care Agencies must be proactive in making clinical practice and process changes to improve outcomes in order to thrive in the new marketplace. The International Classification of Function, Disability and Health (ICF) is a useful tool that has the power to assist clinicians in determining barriers and facilitators towards helping patients/clients improve their health. The ICF tangibly moves clinicians towards a patient-centered model of care and engagement to achieve improved outcomes.
International Classification of Functions (ICF)- November 12, 2015
- Incorporate the bio-psychosocial model into care planning
- Use the ICF as a common language for the interdisciplinary team
- Incorporate the ICF framework into the documentation system to justify care provision
Person-Centered Patient Engagement- November 19, 2015
- Describe Self-Determination Theory ( SDT); Health Coaching (HC); Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Trans-theoretical Model of Change (TTM)
- Integrate patient engagement techniques into daily practice
- Identify barriers and facilitators to leverage for effective health behavior change
Dr. Kenneth Miller, PT, DPT, CEEAA, has been an educator, physical therapist and consultant for the home health industry for over 20 years and serves as a guest lecturer, adjunct teaching assistant and adjunct professor in the DPT program at Touro College in Bay Shore, New York and has presented at the Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the Educational and Leadership Conference of the American Council of Academic Physical Therapy and Education Section of the APTA and the Annual Conference of the National Association for Home Care and Hospice on a variety of topics including: objective testing, professionalism, interdisciplinary team modeling, osteoporosis, differential diagnosis of dizziness, documentation, patient engagement, student program development and home health regulations.
Laurie Page, PT, DPT, COS-C is the owner of Advantage Therapy Consulting, LLC, a reviewer for the QA team at Quality in Real Time (QIRT) and is a treating PT for various skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities as well as at the Westbrook VNA. She is an advisor for “Vital Rock”, a patient engagement platform to improve patient outcomes, and has co-authored Providing Physical Therapy in the Home, a 3rd edition guide to PT practice in the home, jointly written by a task force of the Practice Committee of the Home Health Section of the APTA. Laurie is a passionate, lifelong learner and a zealous contributor to the physical therapy profession both at the state and national level.