Join SHP and Devero for a webinar where we will share the latest insights on Hospice Quality Reporting (HQRP). We will review the latest HIS 2.0 data and trends in Hospice CAHPS data.
We hope to see you in Long Beach for the 2017 National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo. SHP will be at booth #822 ready to show hospice and home health professionals how our solutions can help improve quality and increase revenue.
SHP will be attending and presenting at the Ohio Council for Home Care and Hospice Annual Conference & Tradeshow, a premier event for senior and emerging leaders of home-based care providers across Ohio.
Over 1,500 hospices already use SHP to automate quality data tracking, support QAPI requirements, and to manage CAHPS® Hospice surveys. We invite you to find out why in this free 45 minute webinar.
Over 4,500 home health agencies use SHP’s comprehensive, real-time data solution to improve their performance, and we invite you to find out why.
SHP will be at booth #408 at the TAHCH 48th Annual Meeting this year, excited to show hospice and home health professionals how our solutions can help improve quality and increase revenue. SHP's Chris Attaya will also be presenting "A Deep Dive into the Data Behind Hospital Readmissions: Helping Agencies Reduce Rates Further". He will analyze the different characteristics and agency profiles behind hospital readmissions using data from the SHP database. If you are attending you won't want to miss it!
In this SHP webinar, Mark Sharp from BKD will present findings of the annual SHP and BKD joint benchmarking project as they study the financial indicators of the agencies consistently in the top 25% for quality and financial performance. Please join us in this presentation as we combine financial, clinical, operational, and HHCAHPS data to identify the characteristics of top performing agencies.
SHP will be exhibiting at booth #312 this summer at the The HCAF's 28th Annual Conference and Trade Show. Be sure to stop by and ask how our solutions can help your agency improve performance and patient satisfaction, all while maximizing revenue. Also mark your calendar for SHP's Chris Attaya co-presenting: HHVBP 2.0: Achieving Success in the Medicare Pilot Program on Monday July 24th.
SHP is exhibiting at booth #205 at the 2017 NAHC Financial Management Conference and Exposition. If you are attending don't miss SHP's Chris Attaya presenting with Gina Mazza of Fazzi Associates and Tony Gupton of 3HC about Home Health Value-Based Purchasing first year perspectives.
As has been previously announced, SHP will be releasing a new Hospice Scorecard reporting suite that will be made available to all hospice organizations that utilize the SHP for Hospice solution. In order to prepare your organization to best utilize this powerful new tool, we invite you to join us for an educational webinar as we review the features available on these new reports and explain how they can be used to drive performance improvement and accountability at your organization.
SHP is looking forward to attending the 2017 Homecare Homebase Users Conference in Dallas, TX this year. If you are attending, be sure stop by booth #25 to speak with SHP representatives and learn how our solutions can help you improve quality and increase revenue.
Having a structured performance improvement plan targeted at boosting your Star Ratings, HHVBP scores and referrals has never been more important to Home Health providers. Part of this process involves using incentives to motivate your staff and managers and align improvement plans with your quality goals. In this webinar, Atrio Home Care will share insights regarding how they successfully used SHP tools to motivate their staff with a compensation incentive program and improved their star rating from 3.5 to 5! This is a can’t-miss webinar for any organization that is looking to improve performance through accountability.
Over 120 home infusion pharmacies already use SHP’s real-time data solution to improve quality and patient satisfaction. We invite you to find out more about how the SHP for Home Infusion solution can help you improve your performance. In this webinar we'll explore how the SHP for Home Infusion product can help your pharmacy stay competitive and support your patients.
Home Health offers hospitals one of the best strategies to reduce 30-day readmissions, but are we living up to the challenge? SHP, in collaboration with Optima Healthcare Solutions are presenting a webinar on May 24th. Using data from the SHP database, they will analyze the different characteristics and agency profiles behind hospital readmissions. The data provided during this session will help agencies focus and refine efforts that lead to better performance.
SHP will be attending the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) Annual Conference & Exposition this year in Orlando, Florida. If you plan to attend, visit SHP representatives at booth #618. They will be ready to show home infusion pharmacy professionals how our data analytics and benchmarking tools can help improve performance and patient satisfaction.
SHP will be at booth #206 ready to show you how our solutions can help you improve quality and increase revenue. SHP’s Chris Attaya will be presenting with Sue Payne of Corridor Group about the state of Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP) and first year perspectives on May 18 at 12pm.
SHP will be at the historic Washington Hilton in DC for this year's NHPCO Management and Leadership Conference. If you are attending stop by booth #323 to speak with SHP representatives. They will be ready to show you how SHP can help your hospice manage and improve quality performance.
This webinar will explore the insights learned on the Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP) program changes and trends in performances across the first 12 months. Join Chris Attaya of SHP and guest presenter Sue Payne of Corridor, as they share the operational/clinical best practices and lessons learned from agencies within HHVBP states.
SHP will be attending and presenting at the National Leadership Conference in San Diego. Stop by booth #303 to visit with SHP representatives. Don't miss SHP's Chris Attaya and VNAA's Danielle Pierotti speaking about current trends in hospice quality data on Thursday, April 20 at 4:15pm.
Join SHP’s Zeb Clayton and Doug Balser as they discuss everything you need to know about the upcoming HIS 2.0 implementation, changes made to the SHP for Hospice reporting suite, and other hospice updates SHP has planned for 2017.
If you are attending the Association for Home & Hospice Care of North Carolina's 45th Annual Convention & Expo, join us at SHP's presentation on Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP). SHP's Chris Attaya will be joined by Sue Payne of the Corridor Group to share insights learned on the HHVBP program changes and trends in performances across the first 12 months. During the session, the speakers will share operational and clinical best practices and lessons learned from agencies within NC and from other HHVBP states.
We hope to see you this year in Las Vegas at the fourteenth annual MHA Business Summit, a premier event for long-term care, infusion and specialty pharmacies. Stop by booth 503 to learn how SHP's data analytics and benchmarking tools can help you improve your home infusion pharmacy's performance and patient satisfaction. We are also showcasing our SHP for Home Infusion solution at 3:15pm on March 29th in the session titled "SHP: Using Real-Time Data to Improve Quality and Referrals in the Home Infusion Market".
If you are attending the 2017 Illinois Homecare and Hospice Council Annual Conference and Exposition, be sure to attend Chris Attaya's presentation: "A Deep Dive into the Data Behind Hospital Readmissions". He will analyze the different characteristics and agency profiles behind hospital readmissions. The data provided during this session will help agencies focus and refine efforts that lead to better performance.
Christiana Care VNA identified an opportunity to reduce Acute Care Hospitalization (ACH) with the medically complex patient. Case conferences have been used as an effective solution to coordinate the plan of care among all disciplines, however, case conferences in the home care setting have been a challenge. Join Chris Attaya, VP of Business Intelligence at SHP, along with SHP guest faculty, Marybeth Glasheen-Wray, PT, MMSc., Rossana P. Tocci, MSN, RN, and Naomi R. Stump, as they share their experience in "working as a village" to develop an efficient, patient-centered, goal-driven case conference model, all while reducing ACH.