One of the core values for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is the attention placed on Hospice quality care reporting. As a result, there are pending changes, updates and timelines that my impact a providers FY 2019 and subsequent years payments. In addition, the rollout of Hospice Compare, scheduled for the summer of 2017 will define your organization to the public. Learn what will be included in Hospice Compare and you can be proactive in positioning yourself as a provider of choice.
The Hospice Item Set (HIS) has several updates and important reminders that are on the horizon. Each Hospice organization should have a clear understanding of the most important components of HIS 2.0 and be prepared for the scheduled implementation. The biggest changes and timelines could put providers at risk for 2018 reimbursement. Join this session with expert speaker Gloria A Turner, where she will review the current information and the changes in the hospice item set that could impact your organization.
How should an organization best prepare itself? This session will explore the roots of HIS and will outline key item changes to forms and measures. Why is it more important than ever to ensure a provider has the right processes in place? This session will review the logistics, software capabilities and why, from a financial perspective, every organization must be compliant as quickly as possible. You will also get a global overview of several new regulatory issues that might be on the horizon for Hospice.
Who Should Attend
- Michelle Crowell Coleman
Gloria A. Turner has worked and dedicated herself to the Healthcare sector of Hospice and Home Health for over 25 years in both Operations and Business Development. In that time, she has successfully lead teams, analyzed cycles of growth and maximized opportunities for future growth. She has also implemented solutions to help deliver quality care and improve Hospice and Home Health organizations and designed development of strategies for...
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