According to the CMS, 117 million adults have one or more chronic health conditions, and treating chronic conditions accounts for a staggering 86 percent of the nation’s healthcare costs. But the good news is that Innovative Care Models are being successfully implemented to improve outcomes, while reducing costs and spending. So how can home health be a major player in this? And how can your agency transform its practice by targeting this huge chunk of the patient population that is draining our healthcare system?
Join J’non Griffin in this webinar and find out why chronic care management is the future of healthcare – and how your agency can capitalize on this great opportunity. Catch up on the latest stats and trends, and learn about the top three home health chronic health conditions that lead to re-hospitalization. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has identified chronic care management in the innovation solutions projects to reduce hospitalizations. Understand what is driving the change, learn about the social determinates that make up a large percentage of the chronic care population, and find out how you can target this population to transform your practice. Griffin will instruct you on how to implement your plan, do your documentation, and get paid. Plus, she will discuss utilization and teach you how to monitor outcomes.
After attending this session, you will walk away with ideas on how to implement and document your agency into a chronic care management agency.
Here’s a taste of what you will learn:
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J’non Griffin is a full service consultant for home health and hospice agencies across the country. She has almost 30 years of home health and hospice experience, and has served in many positions with large and small agencies. She has served as a field nurse, supervisor, Corporate compliance, and Chief Operating Officer. J’non has experience in operational analysis, clinical compliance, including coding and OASIS review and ADR appeals....
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