CONTINUING EDUCATION – 2021

State LicensureNursingPT
Pre-Conference:
Focus on Reducing Acute Care Hospitalizations
Theresa Northcutt
Risk assessment and managementX
Survey Readiness is NOT Optional: What Can Providers Do in 2021?
Sheila Salisbury-Sizemore
Information on the licensing standards for the agencyX
Monday:
When Life Gets Too Hard to Stand, Just Keep On Rolling
Meg Johnson

Behavior management techniques
X
CDPHE Hospice Perspectives (Home Health / Private Duty)
Dr. Steve Cox / Cheryl McMahon
Information on state and local laws applicable to the agencyX
The Final Rule 2022: Hospice Payment Rate Cap and Quality Measures Defined, Reviewed and Applied
Zaundra Ellis
Financial managementX
2022 Coding Updates (Hospice and Home Care)
Lisa Selman-Holman
Healthcare managementX
Apply, Interview, Train, Quit, Repeat. Make it Stop!
Tim Rowan
Financial managementX
Resilience and Self-Care for Individuals and Organizations
Jenn Flaum
Skills for working with consumers families and other professional service providersXX
Business MeetingCommunity resources
Expanding in-Home/Residence Care With Virtual Care
Pat Kelly
Staffing methodologies and oversight of schedulingX
Practical Guide to Home Health Competency Program
Irina Gorovaya
Staff training and supervisionXX
Restoring Health & Mobility: A Lifestyle Rx
Cate Reade
Needs of the fragile ill and physically and cognitively disabled in the community setting with special training and staffing considerations
State Survey Protocols (Hospice and Home Care)
Valerie Cornett
Information on the licensing standards for the agencyXX
CDPHE Hospice Perspectives (Home Care / Hospice Statistics)
Dr. Steve Cox / Cheryl McMahon
Information on state and local laws applicable to the agencyX
Oasis Timepoints
Teresa Northcutt
Financial managementXX
Data vs. Insights: How Business Intelligence Tools Improve Outcomes and Operational Efficiencies
Erin Vallier
Risk assestment and management
Emergency Management – New Rules New Scope
Donna Floyd
Information on state and local laws applicable to the agency
CGS Updates for Home Health & Hospice Providers (virtual)
Nykesha Scales, Cari Atkinson
Homecare overviewXX
Tuesday:
Vaccines, The Colorado Mandate and your agency: Where do we go from here?
Robert Markette
Development and implementation of agency policiesX
Breathing Life into Bereavement Services
Zaunda Ellis
Skills for working with consumers families and other professional service providersX
Why Aren’t Your PDGN Outcomes Better? Learn How HHProviders Rewired for Success
Arnie Cisneros / Kimberly McCormick
Quality improvementXX
Medicaid Class B Round Table
Alik Kassner
Healthcare management
The Role of Hospice in Tissue Donation: Bridging the Gap
Faith Haug
Ethics in healthcareX
The New Approach to Therapy with Virtual Care
Ryan Barry
Staffing methodologies and oversightX
REVEAL Aging: Contemporary Education to Engage and Retain Employees
Julie Boggess
Staffing methodologies and oversight of scheduling
Department of Health Care Policy and Financing and the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)
Colin Laughlin
Limitations of personal care versus health care services
General Session with
Bill Dombi
Homecare overviewX

STATE LICENSURE

For the HHAC conference each 1 hour session counts for 1 hour of CE. At the end of every session a volunteer will be at the exit passing out certificates to those that attended the session.

Please keep this certificate to verify your attendance at this course.

NURSING

For the HHAC conference each 1 hour session counts for 1 hour of CE. At the start and end of every day, please sign in and out at the registration desk.  After the conference concludes, certificates will be emailed to attendees for each day signed in and out.

“Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number 16091, for 10 contact hours” 

PT

For the HHAC conference 1 contact hour = 1 point. At the conclusion of each session approved for PT CEs, a session evaluation will need to be completed online to earn the CE.

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