Individuals eligible to access their entitlement to hospice services have the right to receive those services in their primary place of residence. But for some, their residence is a nursing home. And if your nursing home doesn't know how to jointly offer hospice services, you could risk capsizing in some turbulent compliance seas. Not to mention, this joint relationship requires careful collaboration, coordination and planning.
Join expert speaker and healthcare attorney Ross P. Lanzafame, MA, JD, for this 1-hour audioconference where he'll share essential information for hospice and skilled nursing facility providers who jointly serve hospice patients who are residents of a nursing home. He'll give you a framework to structure your hospice/nursing home relationship that both promotes regulatory compliance and helps advance the mission of both the hospice and nursing home's service to the patient and his family.
Here’s a sampling of what you’ll learn:
Have additional questions? You have the floor with the speaker during an interactive Q&A!
Who should attend? Nursing home administrators, directors of nursing, directors of social work, medical directors, directors of finance, and counsel.
Your registration includes:
- Michelle Crowell Coleman
Ross P. Lanzafame, MPS (HHSA), JD, counsels clients with regard to business, corporate and government regulatory matters, and represents clients before a variety of governmental agencies, bodies, boards and commissions. He advises health care clients on federal and state regulations governing facility operation, financing, medical records and data confidentiality, patient accounts management, and reimbursement programs such as Medicare and Medicaid.
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