Leaders in healthcare are faced with making decisions every day. As you grow in leadership those decisions become more complicated and more frequent. Understanding the styles of decision making, strategies to making decisions and learning from past decisions is a key leadership trait.
Today’s leaders face changing regulations, changing pay models while also managing staff that have different work expectations. In this webinar we will look at different methods of holding staff and leaders accountable to perform at their highest level with the least amount of oversight.
Home health and hospice providers take care of the most vulnerable residents in our community. We need to be prepared and prepare out patients on how to respond during all types of emergencies. In this webinar we will review the CMS Emergency Preparedness Requirements with a focus on how to respond to the most common emergencies including weather emergencies, biological emergencies and man-made emergencies.
While many healthcare providers have established processes for rolling out changes and training team members accordingly, often times the process falls short. It’s often because team members’ behaviors were only superficially adjusted. Organizations will only realize lasting and positive change when they learn the secrets to transforming human behavior at its core. This webinar teaches how to manage and affect this change and ensure your clinicians are compliant.
Jennifer Maxwell, co-founder and president of Maxwell Healthcare Associates, works with the nation’s top home health and hospice providers through technology implementations, regulatory compliance initiatives, clinical efficiency evaluations and more. Ensuring success through these undertakings requires a formula to positively affect change.
Care Management is both under-utilized and misunderstood. Care Managers are becoming their clients’ true partners in health for life. Care Management aims to improve a person’s experience with the healthcare system by enhancing coordination of care, eliminating duplication, and helping patients and caregivers effectively manage health conditions.
Register for this education session, and learn more about the emergence and importance of Care Management.
Employers and HR managers have repeatedly expressed their dismay about missing out because their Work Opportunity Tax Credit applications weren’t handled professionally.
Home Health Care agencies are all looking for ways to increase their revenues. The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is the most overlooked mechanism for an improved bottom line in the industry. The Work Opportunity Tax Credit is a federal credit that allows companies to claim $2,400 to $9,600 for each eligible new hire. Completing a simple form for each new hire could earn your company hundreds-thousands of dollars in federal tax credits.