Achieving regulatory competence throughout the hospice by making certain that everyone within the hospice; front line clinical staff, administrative staff, volunteers and board members – is taught and held responsible for having and applying regulatory knowledge commensurate with the duties of the position.
What does The Prudent Hospice™ focus on?
Join expert, Susan Balfour, RN, for this 60-minute audio event where she will walk you through a step-by-step plan to put in place and "The Magic Table" - an easy reference guide to who needs to know what
Everything will run more smoothly with a well-thought through education and monitoring structure in place.
Plus: Get 1 year subscription of Eli’s Hospice Insider monthly newsletter.
Eli’s Hospice Insider will give you all the latest information about new quality data reporting requirements, so you can avoid reimbursement reductions and low scores. We’ll also be there to help you prepare for coming reimbursement changes, from wholesale payment reform to legislative rate reductions. Plus, the MACs are cracking down on certain types of claims with medical review — long-stay patients, residents of nursing homes, and non-specific diagnoses to name a few. Learn how to protect yourself regarding the review hot spots and ward off costly denials.
Who should attend? CEOs, clinical managers & supervisors , administrators, education, HR, risk management, compliance
- Gloria A. Turner
Susan Balfour, BA, RN has a hospice career spanning 25 years that includes tenure as an executive director of a community-based hospice agency and Director of Regulatory and Clinical Affairs with the Carolinas Center for Hospice and End of Life Care. A regular presenter on a variety of topics, she is committed to helping hospices develop deep regulatory competence and avoid the unnecessary costs of over-compliance.
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