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Various dates to July 13, 2019
Each live webinar runs from 3 to 4 p.m. A recording of each Webinar is accessible for 30 days following the live event.
Provide your home health and hospice aide staff with the benefits of webinar-based education that is convenient, cost-effective and with no limit on the number of participants through your registered site connection. Here are the next three webinars in this 12-part series (see the full brochure for all webinars in the series):
- December 13, 2018: The Aide’s Role in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (registration deadline is December 7): An estimated 8% of Americans, or 24.4 million people, have PTSD at any given time. Learn the risk factors related to PTSD, how to best work with your patients who have PTSD, and strategies to help promote their best quality of life.
- January 10, 2019: The Aide’s Role in Ethical Issues Facing Nursing Assistants (registration deadline is January 4): In this webinar, commonly accepted principles of health care ethics will be discussed. This program will help the learner explore examples of difficult situations and how to put these principles into practice and make ethical decisions in the home health care environment.
December 11, 2018
December 13, 2018
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
As OASIS D heads to implementation on January 1, 2019, this two-part webinar will discuss the changes, including items removed, items changed and new items. Special attention will be focused on the one-clinician rule, the new pressure ulcer/injury items and guidance. Plus, RNs, LPNs, PTs, SLPs and OTs will be eligible for contact hours.
This program is being offered in coordination with the Ohio Council for Home Care & Hospice.
January 22-24, 2019
As the saying goes, “there’s playing … and there’s playing to win.”
The 17th Annual Northeast Home Health Leadership Summit in Boston seeks to inspire and stimulate this play‐to‐win mindset among home care leaders.
You’ll get the information and perspectives necessary to navigate the policy, reimbursement and regulatory field of home care services, especially as a new political environment in Washington, post‐election, influences this framework. The Summit will also provide you with some tactics, tools and resources.
Join your colleagues from eight northeast states for learning, networking and inspiration at the 17th Annual Northeast Home Health Leadership Summit and Play to Win.
March 4-8, 2019
Valley Residential Services
323 Pine Grove Rd.
Herkimer, NY 13350
This five-day course from the Wound Care Education Institute (WCEI) is held at over 100 locations across the country including in Herkimer, New York on March 4-8. It offers an evidence-based approach to wound management to help clinicians stay current with the standards of care. The course consists of classroom training followed by a certification exam on Day 5. HCA members receive a discount rate of $2,697 using the discount code HCANYS. (The regular rate is $2,997).
HCA Education and Research, the education arm of the Home Care Association of New York State, is seeking engaging educational sessions on timely, innovative and relevant topics for home health, palliative care and hospice industry professionals. Throughout the year, HCA hosts several signature events including our Annual Membership conference, as well as an array of educational workshops, webinars. If you are an industry expert and have an education program to pitch or feel you have some insights you can present as part of HCA’s education programming, please download our Call for Presenters form below for details on how you can participate in HCA education.