HCA’s upcoming Quality and Technology Symposium, on November 16 & 17 in Suffern, NY, is our signature conference geared for home care clinical managers, directors of patient services, quality improvement officers and strategic planners, including the executive teams at your organization who need to think big about the many quality and technology imperatives in home care.
BK Health Care Consulting chief Barbara Katz got rave reviews for her segment at one of HCA’s value-based payment programs last year, and we are thrilled to tap her unique expertise again for two exceptional sessions on November 16 and 17:
- An interactive seminar on clinician time and task-management to help you “climb out of chaos” and gain a “roadmap to sanity” while juggling constant change and running an effective operation; plus
- A segment on what is perhaps the biggest hot-topic in quality of care: meeting the new Conditions of Participation (CoPs) for implementing a Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement (QAPI) program.
These are just two of the ten sessions packed into this comprehensive program, which opens on November 16 with stage-setting by state Department of Health officials revealing all the state’s focus areas and directions in the quality arena.
You’ll also learn about “disruptive technologies” and other new competitive forces in the delivery of consumer-driven models of care that providers need to adjust to and be mindful of.
State regulatory officials will discuss the evolving “advanced home health aide” (AHHA) designation, with important insights about the quality-of-care procedures that providers must consider in deploying and overseeing AHHA services.
Plus, hear case studies on the use of disease-management platforms; how to integrate behavioral health into chronic care; insights for community-based sepsis interventions; the quality and value proposition for palliative care integration; and best-practices for quality managers.
Learn more by downloading the full brochure below, and register today online, by fax or by e-mail!