The trainer, Dorothy Colby, is a Certified Positive Approach to Dementia Care (TM) Trainer and national mentor, with more than 20 years of professional and personal experience caring for people with dementia. She is Administrator for Hale Ku’ike Memory Care Home in Nu’uanu, where she also trains staff. Positive Approach to Care (TM) seminars, developed by occupational therapist Teepa Snow, provide essential information for families and care partners on how to have a positive and meaningful relationship with loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia throughout their journey.
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Sometimes the source of someone’s suffering is that they continue to live – also called “existential suffering.” Can you recognize existential suffering? Has your team determined how to address this dynamic? Sedation (whether palliative, controlled, total, or respite) is a process that is often uncomfortable for team members to contemplate. The conflicting mandates of controlling suffering and “do no harm” may be difficult to reconcile. This webinar will delve into the challenges and dynamics existential suffering brings, including patient/family requests that present personal, professional, and ethical struggles.
New and experienced hospice billers periodically need a review of eligibility requirements. This session will examine eligibility and Notice of Election requirements under recent regulatory time limits. It will walk through the Late Notice of Election and the exceptions process of appeal.
Maya Angelou said, “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.” While this may sound simple enough, chaplains and social workers tend to become personally and emotionally vested in issues such as boundaries, self-care, and supervision, which often leads to burnout and/or compassion fatigue. Personal and professional commitment to producing specific outcomes can be the source of our own suffering when we perceive a lack of control. This webinar will discuss ways to address these challenges and feelings when they arise.
There have been numerous changes to Medicare hospice billing regulations in recent years. This webinar will take billers step-by-step through these changes. It will also provide examples of how hospices have successfully dealt with these changes and are effectively conducting physician billing. The most recent reimbursement changes will be addressed, including high/low routine homecare rate reimbursement and Service Intensity Add-On (SIA).
Key issues that hospice billers regularly deal with include face-to-face requirements, how they affect hospice billing, and the aggregate CAP self-reporting requirement. A review of specific physician billing codes for palliative care will also be addressed to expand your agency’s knowledge of a possible new program. In addition, the current HIS transmission requirements and the impact of noncompliance on reimbursement will be covered.
Join the Safe States Alliance and fellow injury and violence prevention professionals this fall in beautiful, historic Charleston, South Carolina for Safe States 2018: Renew. Resolve. Realize. This year’s Annual Meeting will provide opportunities to Renew passion, Resolve to strengthen, and Realize goals related to injury and violence prevention.