Medicare’s new Home Health Conditions of Participation (CoP) take effect on January 13, 2018. It has never been so crucial for agencies to have measurable, effective Quality Assessment Performance Improvement (QAPI) programs in place. Medicare’s Program for Evaluation Payment Patterns Electronic Report (PEPPER) can be the very foundation of a compliant QAPI program. PEPPER provides the perfect data source to create a compliant QAPI program before the date of January 13, 2018.
Home health agency scrutiny is only set to increase, with no relief is in sight. And compliance has so many elements: how do you gather data and where do you start? Which compliance elements carry the most weight? Once you enter the data specific to your agency into the PEPPER tool, you can see how your program’s practices/statistics may expose you to risk of improper billing in Medicare’s view.
Join this session by expert speaker Beth Noyce where you will learn how Medicare’s PEPPER can be the foundation of a compliant QAPI program. You will learn how to interpret these valuable, yet free-to-you reports and leverage them to your agency’s advantage. You will be able to use data already aggregated for you to develop or build upon your agency’s QAPI program as required in the CoPs effective January 13, 2018. Even if you already have a great QAPI program, learn how using PEPPER data can strengthen evidence of your compliance with the new CoPs.
Surpass your peers through compliance based on a QAPI program that begins with data Medicare has already gathered and sorted for you, right down to how your agency compares with others in your state, payment jurisdiction, and the nation. Be ready when surveyors come by, and when payment auditors request your documentation, to show your agency is following the rules.
Who Should Attend
Medicare’s PEPPER Home Health Compliant QAPI Program with CMS DataAgency quality managers and personnel
Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.
- Beth Noyce
- Beth Noyce
- Beth Noyce
- Melissa Abbott
- J'non Griffin
- Sharon Litwin
Beth Noyce, RN, Home Health and Hospice Consultant, mentor, and educator, BSJMC, HCS-D, HCS-H, AHCC advising board member, UHPCO/UAHC Executive Director Elect, UHPCO Education Chair Beth Noyce provides education & consulting services to hospice & home health agencies, drawing on her varied leadership and patient-care hospice & home health experience.