2023 Continuing Education

State LicensureNursingPT
Value-Based Purchasing—Road to Success Healthcare ManagementX
Thursday, May 18, 2023:
Opening Keynote: From Stuck to Empowered…
Behavior Management Techniques
General Session: Updates from the StateInformation on the Licensing Standards for the Agency 
Hiring with the New Staffing ChallengesStaffing Methodologies & Oversight of Scheduling 
OASIS-E Master ClassRisk Assessment & ManagementX
Emergency Preparedness PlanningRisk Assessment & ManagementXX
Medicaid Class B Roundtable 2023Risk Assessment & Management
Luncheon Program: The Process, The Journey, and the TransitionCommunity ResourcesX
Best Practices for Progressive Discipline and TerminationDevelopment & Implementation of Agency Policies
Coming Together: Managing Caseloads and Preventing Field Staff BurnoutStaff Training & SupervisionXX
Regulatory Updates and Hospice OutlookInformation on State & Local LawsX
The Wrap-around Impact of Revenue Cycle Management on the Home Care Agency MissionFinancial ManagementX
Leading with C.A.R.E.Skills for working with consumers families and other professional service providers
How to Avoid Common Billing Rejections for HH and HOS BillingFinancial managementX
Solutions to Pay for High Cost of Long-Term CareFinancial ManagementX
Cleaning Out the Home Health Closet – Operational Metrics…Healthcare ManagementXX
Make Your Hospice Quality Program Rock!Staff Training & SupervisionX
Virtual Care and the Future of In-home CareHomecare OverviewX
Friday, May 19, 2023
Audits and Survey Trends from 2022 and Preparing for 2023Risk Assessment & ManagementXX
Inflammaging’s Impact on the Brain, Body & BalanceNeeds of the Fragile, Ill & Physically DisabledXX
Hot Topics in Home Care PanelRisk Assessment & Management
A How-to Guide to Building a Successful Home Health QAPI ProgramQuality ImprovementXX
Clinical Leadership DevelopmentConsumer rights, governing body and administrator responsibilities…  XX
Elements in Your Home Health Chart that Affect Your ReimbursementHomecare OverviewXX
Setting and Holding Professional Boundaries in Private Home CareLimitations of Personal Care Versus Health Care Services 
Closing Keynote: The Science of Business BuildingMarketing
The Power of 3rd Party PayorsFinancial Management
Understanding and Avoiding the Top Homecare Employment Law MistakesInformation on State & Local LawsX

How to Redeem Your CE Credits Online

  1. All sessions will have their unique code that was given out at the end of every session. You will need this code for your session evaluations. Codes are not case sensitive.
  2. Go to the HHAC Learning Center, here: https://hcac.mclms.net/en/ and login. Your login credentials are the same that you use to login to the HHAC website. If you attended the conference, you have your own login. If you do not know your login, please email us to get this information.
  3. Once logged in, navigate to the dashboard, and find the package called “2023 HHAC Conference CE Redemption”
  4. Find the session that you attended in the list and click on it
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the session page and take the session survey and enter in the CE code. If you successfully complete the survey, you will be able to retrieve your certificate from the ‘My Account’ feature at the top right and click on ‘My Certificates’. You should also be emailed a copy. (Check spam/junk folders)
  6. If you need PT CEs, you will need to complete and pass the Session Quizzes with a 100% before you will be able to access those certificates.
  7. You will be able to redeem in person session CE’s until June 19, 2023. After this, they will not be available.


For the HHAC conference, each 1 hour session counts for 1 hour of CE. At the end of every session a volunteer announced a session CE code word. All CE’s will be redeemed online this year through the learning management system. Please reference above for instructions on how to redeem your CE Certificate. 


For the HHAC conference, each 1 hour session counts for 1 hour of CE.  Certificates will be emailed to attendees for each day that you signed in and out, and included your nursing license number. If you didn’t sign in/out each day or you didn’t put your license number, you will not receive these CE’s.
“Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP16091, for 10 contact hours” 


For the HHAC conference 1 contact hour = 1 point.  Up to 9 CEs for PT can be received. Individuals that attended the conference and are needing PT CEs, please reference chart above for the sessions that were approved for PT credit. Click on those sessions in the LMS and complete the session quiz. Once you pass the quiz with a 100%, your certificate will be emailed to you as well as available in your “My Certificates” in the LMS.