Resources about Home Health
PDGM: What We’ve Learned So Far
With the Patient-Driven Groupings Model now in effect, many agencies are wondering what the new normal looks like across the industry.
Home Care and Hospice Regulatory Update 2020
Watch NAHC President, William A. Dombi, reflect on the current status of home care and hospice and give a prognosis of the future.
OASIS Simulation: Assessing at the Start of Care
This simulation will guide learners through scenarios designed to provide an opportunity to practice analyzing patient assessment data for OASIS-D items.
To help your organization maintain compliance with PDGM, we have put together a resource toolkit that contains more than 5 white papers, webinars, guides, and more.
How PDGM and Medicare Advantage Will Evolve Home Health and Home Care
Download this white paper to learn how to leverage the new technology demands of PDGM and analyze your case mix to prepare for change.
PDPM and Staff Training: The Intersection of Payment Reform and the Requirements of Participation
Watch this webinar to understand how PDPM may change your resident population and how that ties into staff skills.
Preparing for 2019: OASIS D and CoP Update
Get an overview of changes in the interpretive guidelines for comprehensive assessment and care planning along with a deep dive into OASIS D changes.
HHCoPs: CMS Interpretive Guidelines Released
Watch this on-demand webinar with industry leader NAHC, to learn important insights into CMS’s Interpretive Guidelines for these new regulations.
A Step Above: Providing Dementia Care in Home Care and Hospice
Watch this on-demand webinar with Teepa Snow, the leader in dementia training, as she discusses best practices for providing dementia care in a home and hospice setting.
Teepa Snow Library
Normal Aging or Dementia? Before you start assuming that symptoms or behaviors you see in someone who is changing are due to the effects of dementia, it's important to get things checked out.
Advance Care Planning
Healthcare providers are increasingly recognizing that communication about goals of care is one of the most important elements in achieving clinical excellence.
Keeping up with HH CoPs
CMS issued the Final Home Health Conditions of Participation (HHCoPs) which are effective January 13, 2018. These HHCoPs contain the, ....
Understanding and Preparing: The Revised Home Health Conditions of Participation
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services published an expected update to Home Health Conditions of Participation (CoP) on January, ....