HHVBP Webinar Series

Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP) is coming. We know what data will be used, how the Total Performance Score (TPS) will be calculated, and the potential impact of the HHVBP Model. What is the clinician’s role, and what can the clinician do to ensure the HHVBP Model positively impacts patients and the agency?

CE-ACCREDITED: In partnership with MedBridge, these webinars are approved for Continuing Education for Nurses and Physical Therapists.

This activity is provided by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners Accredited Provider #2308024TX and meets continuing competence requirements for physical therapist and physical therapist assistant licensure renewal in Texas. Your state board may accept continuing education courses approved by organizations such as another state physical therapy board or a states APTA chapter.

This webinar is offered through CPTA. MedBridge is a CPTA Approved Provider of continuing education. CPTAAP-30. Your state board may accept continuing education courses approved by organizations such as another state physical therapy board or a states APTA chapter.

MedBridge is accredited with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Release date: 11/13/2022 Expires: 11/12/2025.


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Session 1: Claim-based Measures (1 CE Hour)

Pricing: $75.00

Continuing Education: 1 hour for Nurses and Physical Therapists

February 16, 2023, 12:00 - 1:00 pm CST

Description: Prepare for the transition of Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP) with certified solutions from experts at MHA.  Increase your quality of care as you enhance reimbursements and deliver better outcomes for your patients. Uplift your HHCAHPS scores, cut down readmissions, and expand your OASIS accuracy with our expertise. 

Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, the learner will:

  1. List the components of the HHVBP model
  2. Recognize how the clinician impacts the claims-based measures of the HHVBP model
  3. Identify strategies to reduce emergency department visits
  4. Identify strategies to prevent acute care hospitalizations

Instructor(s):

  • Kimberly Mulquin-Shumway, MSN, MBA, RN, CPHQ, DNS-CT, LSSMBB 
    Kim brings 30+ years of professional healthcare experience, specializing in quality improvement, patient safety, risk management, and infection control. Her development of leadership programs, patient-centered care awareness compliance accountability, and reimbursement maximization strategies, has enabled organizations to achieve Joint Commission, NCQA, and AAAHC accreditations without deficiencies as well as State and Federal surveys including an Operational Site Visit with no citations. Kim is also a dedicated healthcare education specialist with 10+ years of experience as a Lead Nurse Planner, encompassing a wide variety of professional development programs including continuing medical and nursing education.
     
  • Eddie Vetter, BA
    Eddie is responsible for driving client relationships and supporting MHA's exceptional finance consultants as they provide insight into RCM operations and EMR setup, best practices, and actionable advice. Please reach out for a discussion on how we might help you adapt to evolving revenue and billing challenges, or to make sense of RCM processes that need an update. We can also perform a quick assessment to identify specific challenges and offer a path forward.

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Session 2: OASIS-based Measures (1 CE Hour)

Pricing: $75.00

Continuing Education: 1 hour for Nurses and Physical Therapists

March 2, 2023, 12:00 - 1:00 pm CST

Description: Hospice providers face several challenges amid healthcare's disruptive environment. Uncertain regulations, staff turnover, and shrinking margins all put hospices at risk. Receive a rapid assessment today to optimize your operational, technological, regulatory, clinical, and financial processes.

Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, the learner will:

  1. Recognize how the clinician impacts the OASIS-based measures of the HHVBP model
  2. Identify two strategies to improve the three stand-alone OASIS questions
  3. List two strategies to improve the Self-Care OASIS questions
  4. Choose two strategies to improve the Mobility OASIS questions

Instructor(s):

  • Kimberly Mulquin-Shumway, MSN, MBA, RN, CPHQ, DNS-CT, LSSMBB 
    Kim brings 30+ years of professional healthcare experience, specializing in quality improvement, patient safety, risk management, and infection control. Her development of leadership programs, patient-centered care awareness compliance accountability, and reimbursement maximization strategies, has enabled organizations to achieve Joint Commission, NCQA, and AAAHC accreditations without deficiencies as well as State and Federal surveys including an Operational Site Visit with no citations. Kim is also a dedicated healthcare education specialist with 10+ years of experience as a Lead Nurse Planner, encompassing a wide variety of professional development programs including continuing medical and nursing education.
     
  • Leigh Massey, JD, RN, CHC, CHPC
    Leigh is a Registered Nurse with a passion for quality-of-care delivery in home health. A seasoned healthcare professional with a quest towards life-long learning, she has obtained certifications in home health and wound care. Leigh also has a Doctor of Jurisprudence with a concentration in Health Law, and subsequently earned certifications in Risk Management, Compliance and HIPAA Privacy. Her focus is to help make home health operations more compliant, flow more efficiently and ensure patient safety and best practices.
     
  • Jodi Bourdin, PT, COS-C
    Jodi has been a physical therapist for over 28 years, with experience in home health, hospice, acute care, outpatient services, and as a supervisor at a skilled nursing facility. She elected to make in home health services her professional career choice early on and has been a clinical staff educator and OASIS instructor since 2004. Jodi has maintained a Certificate for OASIS Specialist-Clinical (COS-C) designation since 2007. Knowledgeable in home health and hospice regulation compliance and has experience in quality review of policies, procedures, guidance materials, and other educational resources.
     

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Session 3: HHCAHPS Survey-based Measures (1 CE Hr)

Pricing: $75.00

Continuing Education: 1 hour for Nurses and Physical Therapists

March 16, 2023, 12:00 - 1:00 pm CST

Description: Health care's approach to palliative care remains severed. With MHA's effective practices, providers will have the necessary tools to provide quality care to patients all within the confines of the current system.

Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, the learner will:

  1. List the components of the HHCAHPS survey
  2. Recognize how the clinician impacts the HHCAHPS Survey-based measures of the HHVBP model
  3. Recall two strategies to improve the five CAHPS survey question used in the HHVBP model

Instructor:

  • Kimberly Mulquin-Shumway, MSN, MBA, RN, CPHQ, DNS-CT, LSSMBB 
    Kim brings 30+ years of professional healthcare experience, specializing in quality improvement, patient safety, risk management, and infection control. Her development of leadership programs, patient-centered care awareness compliance accountability, and reimbursement maximization strategies, has enabled organizations to achieve Joint Commission, NCQA, and AAAHC accreditations without deficiencies as well as State and Federal surveys including an Operational Site Visit with no citations. Kim is also a dedicated healthcare education specialist with 10+ years of experience as a Lead Nurse Planner, encompassing a wide variety of professional development programs including continuing medical and nursing education.