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Intentional Management of Comorbidities: Strategies for Your Agency’s Rehospitalization Reduction Program – Session 2

Speaker(s): Speaker(s): Jennifer Osburn, RN, HCS-D, COS-C

Category: Home Care

Speaker(s): Speaker(s): Jennifer Osburn, RN, HCS-D, COS-C

About the Speaker(s)

Jennifer Osburn, Clinical Consultant with Healthcare Provider Solutions, Inc. (HPS), is a credentialed OASIS and ICD-10 expert with over 30 years of home health experience. Jennifer brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise which includes education and training, agency management, quality, clinical case management, and software technology.

Jennifer Osburn has led numerous seminars for state and national associations, accrediting bodies, and agency clients for the past 12 years. She frequently authors industry publications and has assisted home health software companies with Medicare compliant solutions. Jennifer enjoys translating technical guidance into easily deployed information to facilitate quality care delivery and payment. Her areas of expertise experience include OASIS, ICD-10-CM Coding, Case Management, Medicare Home Health Conditions of Participation, Billing Requirements, Documentation Compliance for Quality and Payment, Emergency Preparedness, Agency Operations, and PDGM.

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Intentional Management of Comorbidities: Strategies for Your Agency’s Rehospitalization Reduction Program – Session 2 Jul 17
10:00 am - 11:30 am CST
Hosted by
MHCA

About the Event

Session 2: Strategies for CHF Management
Rehospitalizations continue to be a focus of health care quality strategy programs, including Home Health Based Purchasing. The home health care industry serves patients with many risk factors for rehospitalization, including the aged population and those with multiple medical and social comorbidities. This five-part series will focus on how reduction of rehospitalizations in the home health space is monitored and incentivized through quality and payment programs and will include management strategies for some of the most common comorbid conditions in our patient population: Heart Failure (HF), Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Diabetes Mellitus (DM) and Mental Health Crises.