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The home health industry and change—not that unusual, but this year we have the first major change in our payment system since 2000. It is important to keep the basics, such as documentation, homebound, and Plan of Care requirements in line while preparing for PDGM.
Hungry Hungry Hippo Hungry for info? Sometimes there is just too much to remember. Eligibility, coverage, homebound criteria, F2F, recertification statement, CoPs, OASIS guidance, claims processing manual, skilled care and more! What‘s the newest? What is what? Where do I find it? All will be answered. 8:30 – 10:00
Risk Pre-claim review, Targeted Probe and Educate, ZPIC, UPIC. Texas, Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, and Illinois will have a “choice” between 100 % post-claim review, 100 % pre-claim review or a 25% reduction of payment. Learn what is involved in Pre-claim review and how to prepare for increased scrutiny. 10:15-12:15
Chutes and Ladders Just when you think you have successfully climbed the ladder and have the elements on wounds down pat, they change the rules and down the chute you go because coding doesn’t match. Get the latest on wound guidance including correct OASIS responses and correct coding, plus details on the Wound Clinical Grouper. 1:00 – 2:45 3:00 – 3:45
Scattergories There are 5 categories of diabetic codes and multiple manifestations. Get new information on coding diabetes and ensure that you understand the “with/in” conventions. Lots of practice and new information will be presented. 3:45 – 4:30 8:30- 9:45
AGGravation The biggest headache in OASIS is the GG items. The GG items do not match the M1800 legacy items. When direct observation is not possible, items can be scored based on patient/caregiver interview but what is the timeframe. More OASIS changes effective January 1, 2020. 9:45 – 10:15 10:30- 11:15
Monopoly The Patient Driven Grouper Model is the latest in the challenges to home health care. Ensure you understand the complexities of the different moving pieces of the PDGM, including episode periods, the importance of accurate coding, inpatient vs community referrals, and the removal of the therapy utilization payment. 11:15 – 12:15 1:00 -4:00
NEW skills, NEW training tools and NEW topics to ensure you don’t get hustled into the same old predictable education.
Day 1 6.75
Day 2 6.25
There are many hotels in the area all conveniently located right off I-35 this hotel has a negotiated rate
Fairfield Inn & Suites Negotiated rate of $99/ night
2900 W University Dr, Denton, TX 76201 (1.7 miles away)
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