Home Health Nuts and Bolts
December 14 & 15, 2021
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
(being held in partnership with the Association for Home & Hospice Care of North Carolina)
This program, developed and taught by Corridor, covers the Home Health Conditions of Participation in detail, including the Medicare benefit from a clinical perspective including eligibility, face to face and recertification. The PDGM payment model will be covered including common successes and failures. Throughout the program, focus is placed on the regulatory requirements surrounding clinical documentation and the importance of accuracy as it relates OASIS, 5-Star Ratings, and HHVBP.
Quality Assessment Performance Improvement will be covered in detail, including how QAPI and corporate compliance work hand in hand. Compliance and all aspects of compliance and risk will be covered, including details on enforcing agencies.
Objectives of Home Health Nuts and Bolts:
- Understand the basics related to the Home Health Conditions of Participation
- Identify documentation requirements regarding:
- Plan of Care
- Understand the PDGM payment model
- Describe the QAPI program and how it is related to Corporate Compliance
- Identify areas of Risk and the entities that enforce compliance
Annette Lee, RN, MS, HCS-D, COS-C
Annette is a registered nurse, with a Master’s in Health Care Administration, practicing since 1990, with the majority of her nursing experience in home health. For over a decade she worked with the CMS Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC) where she provided review of, and education on home health and hospice documentation. Annette then began providing outreach and provider education regarding Medicare reimbursement issues and effective documentation strategies, assisting providers with ADRs and appeals. Today she marries together her experience in the “real world” and the inside knowledge of Medicare to ensure providers can meet the requirements of CMS, and ensure compliant, efficient operations. She presents nationally on the Conditions of Participation, (COPs), OASIS, PDGM, HIS, LCDs, and documentation and coverage for both the home health and hospice benefits. Annette holds both the Certificate for OASIS Specialist-Clinical and the Home Care Coding Specialist-Diagnosis certification.
Registration includes one log-in connection to be used at one location. Additional log-in connections require separate/additional registrations.