Home Health Rehabilitation - Summit Professional Education

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 Chattanooga, TN- March 28, 2015
 Alpharetta, GA - March 29, 2015
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 Atlanta, GA - March 30, 2015
Setting and Implementing Effective
Goals and Interventions in
Home Health
Rehabilitation
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Benefits to Attending
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•• Current updates from Medicare
•• OASIS accuracy for functional ADL scoring
•• Learn effective exercises for falls prevention with practice video
High Impact, Live Workshops for Continuing Education
Setting and Implementing Effective
Goals and Interventions in
Home Health
Rehabilitation
Improving OASIS Accuracy and Plans of Care
Meeting Documentation Requirements
Workshop Dates
Chattanooga, TN
March 28, 2015
Alpharetta, GA
March 29, 2015
Atlanta, GA
March 30, 2015
Karen Yong, MA, PT, is a licensed physical therapist with thirty years of clinical and management
experience in home health, acute care, skilled nursing facility (SNF) and outpatient settings. Ms. Yong
is the owner/director of HOME Rehab Services where she provides home-based physical therapy,
occupational safety, management/consultation and educational services.
Benefits to Attending
•• Current updates from Medicare
•• Strategies for reducing re-hospitalization rates
•• OASIS accuracy for functional ADL scoring
•• Learn effective exercises for falls prevention with
practice video
•• Documentation and assessment strategies to justify
skilled need and medical necessity
•• Valid objective measures that are short, fast and
effective
•• Quantified effective intervention/goal examples
to improve quality outcomes and ensure
reimbursement
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•• Strategies for reducing re-hospitalization rates
•• Documentation and assessment strategies to justify skilled need and
medical necessity
•• Valid objective measures that are short, fast and effective
•• Quantified effective intervention/goal examples to improve quality
outcomes and ensure reimbursement
Who Should Attend
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Physical Therapists
Physical Therapist Assistants
Occupational Therapists
Occupational Therapy Assistants
Speech-Language Pathologists
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Home Care Nurses
Case Managers
Social Workers
Home Health Managers
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Workshop Dates
Chattanooga, TN
March 28, 2015
Alpharetta, GA
March 29, 2015
Atlanta, GA
March 30, 2015
Home Health Rehabilitation
Dates & Locations
Chattanooga, TN
March 28, 2015
Hilton Garden Inn Hamilton Pl
2343 Shallowford Village Dr
Chattanooga, TN 37421
(423) 308-4400
Alpharetta, GA
March 29, 2015
Embassy Suites
5955 North Point Pkwy
Alpharetta, GA 30022
(678) 566-8800
Atlanta, GA
March 30, 2015
Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta
Midtown
97 10th Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 524-4006
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While Medicare and healthcare insurers look for ways to shorten hospitalization and maximize recovery of patients in their
homes, rehab in the home healthcare setting will continue to grow as our population ages. In addition, rehabilitation and major
joint & limb procedures have been listed as the top two most common reasons behind acute discharges to homecare. Financial
incentives that call for reduced re-hospitalization rates, quality outcomes and effective documentation will also impact home
health rehab reimbursement. Home health therapists across the nation need up-to-date knowledge and resources to provide
quantified effective interventions to their patients while optimizing patient satisfaction, improving quality outcomes and ensuring
reimbursement.
This important workshop is designed to provide rehab therapists and managers with the knowledge and tools needed to
establish an effective rehab program in the home health setting based on quality measures and documentation requirements
from Medicare. Topics include discussion of current Medicare regulatory changes relevant to home health rehab and managing
quality domains related to acute re-hospitalizations and falls prevention. Participants will learn OASIS guidelines for functional
scoring and documentation recommendations to maximize reimbursement. Gaining the knowledge and tools for setting up plans
of care will allow participants to be more effective as rehab professionals, and deliver quality care in the home health setting.
About Your Program Instructor
Karen Yong, MA, PT, is a licensed physical therapist with thirty years of clinical and management experience in home health,
acute care, skilled nursing facility (SNF) and outpatient settings. Ms. Yong is the owner/director of HOME Rehab Services where
she provides home-based physical therapy, occupational safety, management/consultation and educational services. Her
passion for homecare, rehab management and injury prevention is exemplified in her twenty years with Kaiser Home Health
as a Rehab Manager and with Kindred (formerly Vencor) as an Area/Rehab Manager. Ms. Yong has implemented and managed
injury prevention programs, assisted in the formation and certification of a home health agency (HHA) as well as developed
and managed the rehab services for several HHAs. She has hired and trained more than two-hundred therapists and is known
for her clinical excellence, leadership, management, and program development expertise. In addition to leading seminars for
healthcare professionals, certified home health aides and patient groups, Ms. Yong has published articles related to stroke
rehab in SNFs as well as home safety for patients going home from post-acute settings. Ms. Yong has been an ancillary advisor
for the California Association for Health Services at Home and has served on several home health professional advisory boards
including her current role with the city and county of San Francisco’s HHA. Ms. Yong received her BA in Physical Education from
the University of California, Berkeley and her MA in Physical Therapy from Stanford University. She is a member of the American
Physical Therapy Association and the Home Health Section.
Learning Objectives
1. Discuss current Medicare regulations and changes relevant to home health rehab.
2. List strategies to reduce re-hospitalizations.
3. Identify Medicare definitions to improve OASIS functional scoring.
4. Initiate an effective falls prevention exercise program for Home Health patients.
5. Utilize documentation requirements and goal writing to maximize reimbursement.
6. Administer resources and skills for objective testing in functional mobility, balance and strength measures.
7. Cite examples in documenting quantified effective interventions relating to falls/home safety, gait, transfers and
home exercise programs.
Workshop Outline
Continuing Education Credit
I.
Medicare Update
»» Conditions of Participation (COP) including Face to Face, Homebound
status, new COP proposal
»» Current changes: CMS rulings, DME, functional reassessments, maintenance therapy
»» ICD-10 overview
»» Common questions regarding rehab eligibility
Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists - This program is offered for 0.6 CEUs
(Intermediate level, Related Area).
II.
Reducing Re-Hospitalizations
»» Quality reporting requirement
»» Home health re-admission conditions
»» Acute care statistics and risks
»» HH strategies to reduce re-admissions
III. OASIS Changes and Accuracy for Functional Scoring
»» OASIS updates and changes
»» OASIS conventions and general guidelines
»» Definitions and strategies to improve functional scoring
»» Resources for additional training
LAB
R PRACTICE
Practice
Lab
IV. Falls Prevention and Home Safety
»» Fall injury statistics
»» Evidenced-based summary guidelines
»» Effective home exercise programs for falls prevention
»» Home safety recommendations and resources
»» Falls and home safety intervention example
V.
R PRACTICE
Practice
Video VIDEO
Plan of Care Development
»» Clinical considerations
»» Goal writing elements
»» Objective measures and resources
»» Timed Up and Go Test, 4 Stage Balance Test, 30 Second Chair Stand Test
»» Discussion of other tools and measures
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REGISTRATION, CONFIRMATION & CERTIFICATES
Confirmations of registration will be sent via email. A copy of your registration confirmation will serve as
Physical Therapists - AL: not available. GA: As per policy #7 (f) of the Continuing Competence
Policy of the Georgia State Board of Physical Therapy a program approved by another state board
qualifies for class I approval. This course has been reviewed and approved by the Arkansas Board
of Physical Therapy, 6.0 hours. NC: As per North Carolina Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
regulations if this seminar is approved by another state PT Board or APTA chapter it is accepted
by the NCBPTE. This seminar has been approved by the Arkansas State Board of Physical Therapy,
6.0 hours. TN: As per the General Rules Governing the Practice of Physical Therapy, Rule 1150-1.12 of the Tennessee State Board of Physical Therapy, workshops attended by the licensee which
have been approved for continuing education units (CEUs) by another state licensing board
qualifies as course approval. This course has been approved by the Arkansas Board of Physical
Therapy for 6.0 contact hours.
Social Workers - Summit Professional Education, provider # 1201, is approved as a provider for
social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.
org, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Summit Professional Education
maintains responsibility for the program. Social workers participating in this course will receive 6.0
clinical continuing education clock hours.
Case Managers - This program has been pre-approved by The Commission for Case Manager
Certification to provide continuing education credit to CCM® board certified case managers.
The course is approved for 6.0 CE contact hour(s). Activity code: S00010965. Approval Number:
140000980.
LAB
R PRACTICE
Practice
Lab
VI. Documentation Guidelines and Requirements
»» General principles of utilization
»» Justifying skilled need and medical necessity
»» Admission/evaluation elements
»» Subsequent visits
»» Functional reassessments
»» Discharge summary
»» Physician orders
Home Care, Rehabilitation and Other Professionals - This seminar qualifies for 6.0 continuing
education hours as required by many national, state and local licensing boards and professional
organizations. Save your course outline and certificate of completion, and contact your own board
or organization for specific filing requirements.
Nurses - 6.0 contact hours
VII. Documenting Effective Quantified Interventions
»» Home Exercise Program (HEP) elements
»» HEP instruction intervention
»» Functional mobility elements
»» Gait training Intervention
»» Transfer training Intervention
»» Other examples
»» Clinical summary: Painting the picture
VIII. Q & A; Additional Resources; Open discussion
Please bring notebook and pen for class notes.
Dress comfortably for labs.
Workshop Schedule
Occupational Therapists - Summit Professional Education is an AOTA Approved Provider of
continuing education - provider #5873. This course is offered for 0.6 AOTA CEUs (6.0 contact
hours). The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content,
products, or clinical procedures by AOTA. GA: This workshop meets the requirements for Georgia
State Board of Occupational Therapy amended rule 671-3-.08(5) and (10) Renewal of License,
Penalties, Continuing Education Requirements. This workshop is offered for 6.0 hours.
Your instructor will break
for 15 minutes in the
morning and afternoon at
appropriate times.
7:30am – Registration & Breakfast
8:00am – Workshop Begins
11:30am - 12:30pm – Lunch On Your Own
3:30pm – Workshop Adjourns
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FEID Number: 47-1189590
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Tennessee Nurses Association, an
accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
This event contains intermediate level content.
SATISFACTORY COMPLETION
Participants must pay tuition fee, sign in, attend the entire seminar, complete an evaluation
and sign out in order to receive a certificate of completion. Participants not fulfilling these
requirements will not receive a certificate. Failure to sign in or out will result in forfeiture of credit
for the entire workshop. No exceptions will be made. Partial credit is not available.
WORKSHOP HANDBOOK
Included with your registration you will receive a comprehensive manual compiled by the
instructor.
DISCLOSURES: Guidelines exist whereby all speakers must disclose any relevant relationships.
Karen Yong is compensated by Summit as an instructor, as an Associate for The Corridor Group
(TCG) and as the owner of HOME Rehab Services. She has non-financial relationships with the SF
County HH/HO Health at Home and the California Association for Health Services.
SCOPE OF PRACTICE: Workshop content is not intended for use by participants outside of the
regulatory scope of practice of their license(s). You are responsible for knowing what lies within
and without your professional scope of practice.
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