Please join Zeb Clayton, SHP VP of Client Services, and Doug Balser, SHP Education Development Manager, as they introduce our suite of new dashboard views designed to facilitate clinical performance monitoring and quality improvement workflows. These new features are designed to make it easier for home health agencies to identify focus areas and improve quality under publicly-reported measures and clinical composites for your staff members, teams, providers, referral sources, and more.
On-Demand Webinar: Join SHP's Chris Attaya and guest presenter Sue Payne from Corridor, as they review the latest updates from CMS and initial learnings now that PDGM has been implemented. Case studies are presented focusing on care of the patient under PDGM with specific primary diagnoses. Additional focus is on key clinical, operational and financial considerations to be successful under PDGM. Presenters also review real-time data of the latest benchmarks under the new PDGM payment world.
Join us May 27th to learn how SHP for Hospice can help you measure and improve quality in real-time, improve staff performance, manage CAHPS Hospice Surveys, and market your hospice to increase referrals.
Please join Zeb Clayton, SHP VP of Client Services, and Doug Balser, SHP Education Development Manager, as they unveil the powerful new Dashboard tools that SHP has developed to help your organization maximize revenue and quality opportunities by effectively monitoring alert utilization and key PDGM revenue metrics. We are confident that these new features will quickly become invaluable tools in your performance improvement arsenal!
Free, On-demand PDGM and COVID-19 cash flow webinar. Understanding cash flow impact and opportunities in today’s unprecedented times is critical for maintaining a healthy organization. The current public health emergency has significantly affected home health agency care delivery, operations and cash flow, while at the same time creating numerous financial opportunities for grants, stimulus dollars, and other financial support. This session will provide an overview of financial opportunities currently available to home health agencies and will provide insights into assessing the impact of PDGM on operations and cash flow by focusing on key performance indicators.
Nearly 5,000 home health agencies use SHP’s real-time data analytics and benchmarking software to maximize reimbursement, improve star ratings, increase referrals, gain staff oversight, and succeed under PDGM. We invite you to join us for a free, introductory webinar on Wednesday, April 1st to see for yourself how SHP can support your agency through these unprecedented and uncertain times.
Free PDPM webinar March 12th. The new Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) is the first major update to the Medicare skilled nursing PPS in two decades. In this discussion, industry leaders will share practical tools for providers and strategic insights to the latest trends since the implementation of PDPM.
SNF's in today's Value-Based Purchasing and PDPM environment need access to the data and tools that can set them up for success. SHP for Skilled Nursing is a real-time performance improvement platform built for today. Join us December 18th as we give an overview of this powerful program. You'll learn how SHP can help your SNF improve readmissions, outcomes, and win at PDPM.
Free PDPM webinar December 11th. The new Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) is the first major update to the Medicare skilled nursing PPS in two decades and went live just weeks ago. In this discussion, industry leaders will share what administrators need to know, primarily from a clinical and operational perspective, now looking back two months after going live. Session participants will hear from senior living CPAs & advisors on the top 10 tasks to check off your PDPM list as you look to succeed post-implementation.
SHP's Chris Attaya will be presenting at the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts 2019 Annual Financial Management Conference on December 10th. He'll be taking a deep dive into Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP) program data and trends over the last three years, especially as it pertains to agencies in Massachusetts.