2023 Home Health CoP Compliance Series
StreamedMay 9, 2023
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A solid understanding of the Medicare Home Health Conditions of Participation is the cornerstone of your compliance program.
This informative series will cover agency and clinical requirements, QAPI, the survey process and prep, and so much more.
HOME HEALTH COP COMPLIANCE SERIES TOPICS
60-minute webinars – available live or on-demand
- Home Health CoP 101: Understanding Organizational Requirements
- Home Health CoP 201: Clinical Requirements & Survey Prep
- Home Health CoP 301: QAPI & the Survey Process
Listen to the key takeaways from Diane's new series:
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Compliance is essential when it comes to a well-run agency. This jam-packed series will take a deep dive into the Home Health Conditions of Participation (CoPs). Understanding and meeting CoPs can be daunting. Industry expert Diane Link will tackle this overwhelming task by breaking down the lengthy and somewhat vague CoPs into manageable sections that build off each other. The first webinar will review compliance basics and organizational requirements. The second will cover clinical requirements and preparing your agency for survey. Lastly, the third webinar will address QAPI and the survey process.
THIS SERIES WILL BENEFIT THE FOLLOWING AGENCIES:
- Home Health
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The first webinar in this series will focus on the need-to-know information for administrators and staff, plus clinical records and emergency preparedness. Each section will focus on how to document compliance and what surveyors will expect to see:
- The administrator and staff component will cover the responsibilities of the governing body, administrator, and clinical manager. RN, PT, OT, MSW, and home health aide requirements for hiring, competencies, and orientation will also be addressed. The webinar will emphasize the documentation needed to support each position’s requirements.
- The clinical records section will cover discharge/transfer summaries and all things related to clinical records, including record retention.
- The emergency preparedness segment will focus on documentation for initial and ongoing training and testing of the emergency plan.
The second webinar in this series will focus on the requirements for patient rights, comprehensive assessment, care plans, coordination of care, and supervisory requirements. Each section will focus on how to document compliance and what surveyors will expect to see:
- The patient rights component will address what needs to be contained in your patient rights, how staff can best educate patients on their rights, documentation requirements, and what is required in the patient home folder.
- The comprehensive assessment segment will review the difference between initial and comprehensive assessment, meeting homebound status documentation requirements, effective medication reconciliation, and documenting the patient’s strength, goals, and care preferences.
- The plan of care portion will cover preparing a plan of care that addresses topics from comprehensive assessment and goal writing to meet the CoP, verbal order requirements, and updating the plan of care.
- The coordination of care and supervisory requirements section will explain who needs supervision, documentation elements, and effective coordination of care with the entire home health team to meet CoP documentation requirements.
The third webinar in this series will focus on the QAPI program – which is more than just a requirement. The goal is to not only meet the requirements, but to have a program that improves quality, patient outcomes, and agency success rates. This session will review the governing body role related to the QAPI program. Data is the foundation of an effective QAPI program. Learn how to gather, organize, analyze, and interpret the data to guide your activities year-round. It will take a deep dive into Performance Improvement Projects, including how to choose a PIP, team members to include, and what to document. Discussion of each QAPI requirement will also include an emphasis on how to present your program during a Medicare survey.
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