Tag: service

Change request addresses technical issues with NOA, calculating gaps in service

A CMS change request issued April 7, 2022, is addressing issues identified with a unique issue with the transition to the Notice of Admission from the Request for Anticipated Payment, as well as a revision to make sure gaps in care are calculated consistently. The CR 12657 corrects the NOA process so that an NOA […]

Apply to speak at our 2022 Private Duty National Conference & Expo

We are looking for home care agency leaders, consultants and attorneys to present fresh ideas that can spur growth, reduce costs and overcome the biggest regulatory challenges. The 2022 Private Duty National Conference & Expo will be held on Oct. 17-19, 2022, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Some of the hot topics are: recruitment […]

New toolkit available for Sepsis Awareness Month

The Sepsis Alliance initially designated September as Sepsis Awareness month in 2011. A Sepsis Awareness Month toolkit is available through Sepsis Alliance’s webpage. The Sepsis Alliance released a toolkit that provides agencies with handouts to spread the word about sepsis, fundraiser information, event hosting, Sepsis awareness SWAG, public service announcements, do-it-yourself sepsis community presentations and Sepsis […]

SNF Audits After the Pandemic

Expert Maureen McCarthy, president of Celtic Consulting, LLC, and CEO and founder of Care Transitions, LLP, a care coordination service provider, joins us to talk about what SNF audits may look like after the pandemic. Listen on soundcloud Listen on Apple Podcasts

Successfully Evaluate and Select Your EVV Vendor

By: Navin Gupta, VP, Home Health, Hospice & Private Duty, MatrixCare On January 1, 2020, new federal requirements for Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) went into effect. EVV systems, according to the mandate, must electronically verify: the type of service performed, the individual receiving the service, the date of the service, the location of service delivery, […]

Health Care Leadership: Why its Hard, Why Many Fail and What it Takes to Succeed

This blog post was written by Reg Hislop III, and reprinted by permission. The bulk of my work centers around gathering data, analyzing trends and working with the leadership of various organizations to implement strategy or more centered, strategies. The process is iterative, interactive and always fascinating. Throughout my career, I’ve worked within (virtually) every […]