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Picture of the productBrown Bag Lunch and Learn: Hospice Controlled Substances

Grab your lunch and join the Illinois HomeCare & Hospice Council for this Brown Bag Lunch & Learn event to hear the most up-to-date information about recent changes to federal law which permit hospice employees to handle and dispose of controlled substances in the homes of hospice patients. Liz Vogt, IHHC Director of Government & Regulatory Affairs, and Katie Wehri, Director of Home Care & Hospice Regulatory Affairs for the National Association for Home Care & Hospice will give a detailed overview of these provisions which were signed into law by the President in October 2018 as part of the comprehensive opioids legislative package. The overview will be followed by ample opportunity for Q&A and open discussion.

IHHC’s monthly Brown Bag Lunch & Learn series is designed to provide IHHC members the most up-to-date information on the most pressing issues of the day-- all over the course of a lunch break. Attendees are strongly encouraged to join in the discussion, ask questions, collaborate and share ideas and best practices with colleagues. This is a FREE IHHC member benefit.


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Picture of the productCare Planning for VBP HHGM Success

How are you generating your plan of care? Do you know the interventions and goals you are using are effective? Is it taking you 2-3 days to create it?

In the proposed 30 day episode, we cannot wait until 25% of our episode is over to initiate our care. In this presentation, we will show you how to shorten the plan of care process, ensure your interventions are appropriate, and improve outcomes all allowing your agency to take better care of your patients and met the requirements VBP/HHGM will require.

Learning Objectives
  • Understand why care planning is vital to outcomes and patient care
  • Understand the difference between volume care planning and value care planning
  • Be able to evaluate your agencies care planning
  • Ability to find and use evidence based practice for care planning
  • Understand where co-morbidities fit in care planning
  • Be able to use care planning to meet population needs



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    Picture of the productCommon Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make in VBP HHGM

    Margins in home care continue to be reduced every year. Additional therapy reimbursement is soon to be a thing of the past. Showing good outcomes has never been more important.

    Getting your OASIS correct at the SOC is the key to your agencies success. In this session, we will review the most common mistakes we see agencies making around the country, and show you how correcting them will help ensure success in VBP/ HHGM.

    Learning Objectives
  • Understand why getting the SOC right is so important to your agency
  • Understand how the changes the HH industry have made in the last 5 years are actually part of an industry payment model change
  • Understand the new metrics for HH success
  • Understand medical necessity and homebound status in the OASIS
  • Understand how clinicians are missing the mark with data
  • Understand how OASIS data sets risk adjustment for your agency
  • Understand common OASIS mistakes



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    Picture of the productHome Health 101

    Home Health 101 will cover regulatory compliance and reimbursement basics for Medicare-certified home health agencies operating in Illinois.

    The Illinois HomeCare and Hospice Council is offering this program for individuals who may be in a new role within an agency, new to home health or working for a new employer. It is also appropriate for those who simply want a refresher course in the basics. The fast pace of recent regulatory and reimbursement change has made it difficult to keep up with the requirements. Home Health 101 presenters will take you to the source documents to bust myths, review the basics and get you up to speed in a rapidly evolving industry. The session will also provide attendees with links and resources, so you know where to go for information and assistance.

    Purpose: To review basic regulatory and reimbursement frameworks and requirements for operating a Medicare-certified home health agency in Illinois.

    Objectives:
  • Describe the major state and federal laws, rules and regulations applicable to Illinois home health agencies.
  • Describe the Medicare home health benefit and eligibility standards.
  • Discuss the Medicare home health payment system.
  • Discuss Medicare claim filing requirements and other financial management requirements for operating a home health agency.
  • Describe the purposes and importance of OASIS and quality reporting data.
  • Identify what an organization must do to participate as a Medicaid provider in Illinois.


  • Target Audience: RN, OT, LSW/LCSW, PT, NHA and SLP


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    Picture of the productHospice 101

    IHHC is offering a review of regulatory compliance and reimbursement basics for those new to hospice, working in a new position or for a new employer or simply in need of a refresher course.

    Hospice 101 will cover state and federal regulations, Medicare hospice reimbursement and recent changes to compliance and payment.

    Purpose: To review regulatory and reimbursement basics relevant to operating a Medicare-certified hospice agency in Illinois.

    Objectives:
  • Describe state and federal laws, rules and regulations that apply to Illinois hospices.
  • Describe compliance issues related to the Hospice Conditions of Participation.
  • Outline the Medicare hospice benefit, including eligibility standards.
  • Describe the processes of Medicare certification and state licensure.
  • Identify Local Coverage Determinations.
  • Describe the hospice payment system and requirements for filing claims.
  • Discuss the significance of quality reporting in hospice.


  • Target audience: RN, OT, LSW/LCSW, PT, NHA and SLP


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