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Mastering Compliance: Home Health Virtual Event - On-Demand

Mastering Compliance: Home Health Virtual Event - On-Demand

An effective compliance plan prevents survey deficiencies and promotes quality

You’ve created a compliance program, but are you getting the most out of it? A home health agency that fosters and supports a culture of compliance is more likely to thrive in these challenging times.

The Association of Home Care Coding & Compliance (AHCC) invites you to our first virtual event for home health compliance professionals. Learn everything you need to know to master the seven elements of a compliance plan and help your agency succeed.

Now more than ever, compliance professionals need to come together to share solutions for maintaining the highest level of compliance while also responding to the public health emergency.

Mastering Compliance: Home Health Virtual Event - On-Demand training can be accessed from any location and will connect you with some of the nation’s top home health compliance experts to share established processes and lessons learned.

Sign up today and you will get a front-row seat for:

  • Establishing compliant documentation practices
  • Creating effective policies and procedures
  • Managing a visit from surveyors
  • Conducting an effective compliance audit
  • Best practices for disciplinary action
  • Engaging compliance training techniques


Educational session recordings will be available to attendees for 60 days from the time of purchase.

Agenda

Opening Remarks and Welcome
Dee Kornetti, MA, PT, HCS-D, HCS-C, COS-C, and Jan Milliman
Join Dee Kornetti and AHCC Director Jan Milliman as they kick off this entertaining and educational three days of speaker presentations and Q&As.

Session 1: Elements of Compliance: Select a Compliance Officer and Committee and Conduct Regular Training
Lori Apple, RN, CLNC, HCS-C
Your compliance program is a bulwark against fines and survey deficiencies, but it’s only as strong as the weakest link in your organization. Establish an everyday culture of compliance to keep your agency safe from costly audits and fines. Learn how to designate the best compliance officer and committee members (Element 1 of a compliance program), and the requirements for conducting regular and effective staff training and education (Element 3).

Session 2: Compliant Documentation From Start to Finish: Know What to Record From Intake to Discharge
Arlene Maxim, RN, HCS-C
Defensible documentation begins at intake. From reporting diagnoses that are acceptable under PDGM to confirming eligibility, your intake staff is responsible for demonstrating compliance from the start. And under the new discharge planning Condition of Participation, your responsibility for accurate documentation doesn’t end with your agency. You must be prepared to provide additional necessary clinical information to other providers. Learn how to establish processes that keep your agency running smoothly.

Session 3: Elements of Compliance: Written Policies and Procedures and Standards of Conduct
Dee Kornetti, MA, PT, HCS-D, HCS-C, COS-C
No agency wants to face charges of fraud or violations of home health regulatory guidelines. Written compliance policies, practices, and standards of conduct will help demonstrate your commitment to compliance and prevent issues. Learn how to develop and implement policies, procedures, and standards of conduct that are specific, compliant, and enforceable (Element 2 of a compliance program).

Q&A and Speaker Panel
Lori Apple, RN, CLNC, HCS-C, Dee Kornetti, MA, PT, HCS-D, HCS-C, COS-C, Arlene Maxim, RN, HCS-C, and Jan Milliman

Session 1: Current Trends in Compliance
Sandy Decker, RN, BSN
From changes in regulation to PDGM, get all the latest compliance developments. Plus, learn the most common reasons for claims denials and gain an understanding of where those issues are outlined in the regulations.

Session 2: Be Prepared: What to Know When a Surveyor Comes Calling
Robert W. Markette Jr., JD, CHC, HCS-C
Don’t let a visit from a surveyor, the DOJ, or the DOL catch you off guard. Taking the time to prepare now will lead to a better outcome for your agency.

Session 3: Are You Making These Documentation Mistakes?
Sharon Harder
Compliant documentation is essential to your agency’s success. From demonstrating eligibility to recording the skilled care your patients require, documentation is the key to safeguarding reimbursement. Learn steps you can take to avoid the top documentation pitfalls.

Virtual Gala and Discussion
Sandy Decker, RN, BSN, Robert W. Markette Jr., JD, CHC, HCS-C, and Sharon Harder

Session 1: Elements of Compliance: Communication and Disciplinary Action
Robert W. Markette Jr., JD, CHC, HCS-C
Your compliance plan must include a communication plan for receiving and responding to complaints (Element 4 of a compliance program). An effective compliance plan must also include disciplinary guidelines and procedures for enforcing disciplinary action (Element 5). Learn best practices for receiving complaints and setting effective standards for consequences.

Session 2: Top 10 Survey Issues in Home Health and Hospice
Arlene Maxim, RN, HCS-C
Be prepared when surveyors come calling. This rundown of the most common home health survey issues will give you advanced warning on what surveyors are targeting and how you can avoid deficiencies.

Session 3: Elements of Compliance: Conduct an Effective Compliance Audit
Sharon Harder
An effective compliance audit nips smaller issues in the bud before they turn into big problems for your agency. Learn how audits can help monitor compliance and reduce issues (Element 6 of a compliance program). Then, discover how to implement and measure the effectiveness of your audits. Finally, learn how to develop compliant policies for corrective action (Element 7).

Panel, Q&A and Wrap-Up
Robert W. Markette Jr., JD, CHC, HCS-C, Arlene Maxim, RN, HCS-C, and Sharon Harder

About AHCC Membership

AHCC members support the association’s mission by earning and encouraging professional credentialing, participating in or sponsoring continuous professional education and training activities for skills maintenance, and participating in advocacy activities to help increase the visibility of the integral role post-acute care plays in the care continuum. Members include:

  • Home Health Nurses
  • Coders & Coding Managers
  • QA & Compliance Managers
  • Therapists
  • Clinical Supervisors
  • Compliance Officers


Premium Level Member Benefits Include:

  • Resources library
  • CEU quiz (12 annually)
  • Career center
  • Discounts on AHCC events
  • Forum
  • Quarterly journal w/CEUs
  • Quarterly “best practices” papers
  • Quarterly town hall calls
  • And more …

Continuing Education

This program is preapproved by the Board of Medical Specialty Coding & Compliance (BMSC) for the following CEUs:

  • 9 HCS-C
  • 4 HCS-O