Medicare Patient-Driven Groupings Model: A Revolution in Medicare Home Health Payment
The Patient-Driven Groupings Model will be the most consequential change to affect home health in decades, and it’s coming in 2020. Are you ready? Agencies must prepare immediately for PDGM’s radical regulatory changes. They will affect virtually all aspects of payment methodology.
The PDGM National Summit in the Rockies on Feb. 13, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency in Aurora, Colorado, offers sessions on clinical services, financial management, operations, business analytics, and technology.
“PDGM will revolutionize how home care operates,” says NAHC President William A. Dombi. “Every Medicare Home Health Agency must carve its own path to the new payment model and attending one of these very special seminars is the absolute best way to make the transition to PDGM smooth and successful. An agency not prepared for PDGM is not prepared for the future.”
Faculty for this one-day program will be leading experts from top home health consulting firms who will provide you with the tools and knowledge to:
- Gain a better understanding of what PDGM means for you and your agency
- Identify key threats to the home health industry and how to overcome them
- Strategically develop a process to lessen the impact of PDGM on your HHA
- Discuss the steps NAHC, HCAC and other associations have taken, are taking, and will take in the future to address areas of concern
By attending this summit, you will be fully prepared to successfully navigate these radical changes coming to home health care. You cannot afford to miss it!
Preparation Starts Now: Home Health Agencies must initiate significant organizational and operational changes in early 2019 to successfully transition to the Patient-Driven Groupings Model.
Why You Should Attend?
It is critical for you to have the new tools and knowledge necessary to understand and adapt your business to these important changes. This in-depth program will cover all facets of managing change to PDGM – operations; clinical; financial; data analytics; and technology. Faculty drawn from the top home health consulting firms in the nation will provide you with the skills you need to smoothly and successfully transition to PDGM.
Who Should Attend?
Home Health Agency Owners
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