Quality, compliance in post-acute care services becoming fundamental for post-acute care facilities

Published on March 10, 2014 at 7:42 AM · No Comments

Considering the ever-expanding life span of Americans, quality and compliance in post-acute care services are becoming fundamental for post-acute care facilities, as well as patients who require assisted-living services or who are recovering from a major health condition. The facilities are increasingly adopting electronic health records and using mobile phones for e-prescribing, documentation and sharing of information with patients and family. In all this, it is imperative for them to keep their facility updated about the Feds newest compliance policies and traps.

Post-acute care facilities are always dealing with major challenges like MDS compliance, quality of care measurements and electronic health record. Whether the challenges are new or old, AudioEducator have the tried-and-tested strategies that can boost your facility's revenue and plug your compliance pitfall. Conquer your toughest trouble spot and improve the level of post-acute care services in your facility with AudioEducator's online training programs. The conferences are specially designed for the professionals working in post-acute care centers and will help them overcome the challenges of documentation, billing, coding and other compliance related issues.

A Sneak Peek of Upcoming Conferences:

1. Medicare Part B: Program Development in the SNF
Join Keri Hart, MS, CCC-SLP, RAC-CT in this audio session on Thursday, March 20, 2014, where she will give an overview of the impact of Medicare Part B Guidelines, Part B Caps, and Manual Reviews will also be provided with this session.

For registration, visit webinar page - http://www.audioeducator.com/nurse/medicare-part-b-03-20-14.html

2. Government Scrutiny Is Increasing: Home Health And Hospice Compliance Is More Important Than Ever
In this session on Wednesday, March 26, 2014, Robert W. Markette, Jr., CHC, will review the most common risk areas for providers; discuss methods for preventing non-compliance, identifying non-compliance and steps to take when non-compliant activity is identified.

For registration, visit webinar page - http://www.audioeducator.com/home-health/home-health-hospice-03-26-14.html

3. Comprehensive Guìde To SNF Medicare Appeals
In this session on Thursday, April 17, 2014, Caroline Mullin, MS, OTR/L will discuss the various levels of Medicare appeal rights of the Providers, how facilities can thoroughly and timely manage the appeal process, and how facilities can participate in a successful ALJ hearing.

For registration, visit webinar page - http://www.audioeducator.com/nurse/snf-medicar-appeals-04-17-14.html

4. Functional Based Therapies
Keri Hart, MS, CCC-SLP, RAC-CT in this 60 minute audio session on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 will outline suggestions for how rehabilitation group members can strengthen the Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B programming in the nursing facility.

For registration, visit webinar page - http://www.audioeducator.com/home-health/functional-based-therapies-04-22-14.html

5. Face to Face - Impossible Task or a Silent Opportunity
Face to Face is a burden to most. Expert speaker Arlene Maxim on Thursday, April 24, 2014 will discuss the ways to guard your money, prevent on-going ADR's and denials while developing even stronger relationships with your physicians!

For registration, visit webinar page - http://www.audioeducator.com/home-health/face-to-face-04-24-14.html

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