Driving Down into Operations (Home Health specific)
Overview: Home Health Providers seeking success must rewire traditional homecare operations to address the Volume to Value (V2V) transition under Impact Act reforms. By focusing on all elements of the V2V
Home Health Providers seeking success must rewire traditional homecare operations to address the Volume to Value (V2V) transition under Impact Act reforms. By focusing on all elements of the V2V conversion, we can address both the operational and culture changes necessary for success in the Value era. Reviewing the care programming models of Part A Providers outside of Home Health can guide us in the development of a value-based, patient-centered model that addresses all elements of the reforms. Rewiring the HH Operational model allows for us to addresses the traditional homecare method of retro-active care management as we switch to real-time care control. A demo of the operational rewire allows us to identify each value point in the HH model, assuring timeliness and efficiency are monitored in an ongoing manner for outcomes. A summary of the value-based Operational model employs case study demoes to illustrate its’ focus on reform requirements for success in the Value era.
- Address areas of the PPS model that must be addressed for HH reform success
- Identify how traditional HH operations fail under Value-based HH reforms
- Propose w rewired HH Operational model for the Value era
- Demo care production, delivery, and management processes for Value-based HH reforms.
Presenter: Arnie Cisneros, President, Home Health Strategic Management
Arnie Cisneros is the President of Home Health Strategic Management; he has 30+ years of experience as a Physical Therapist across the care continuum, and he serves as a Post-Acute Consultant for multiple Health Systems and HH Providers. He is renowned for his adaptation of traditional Healthcare operations to address ongoing CMS reforms.
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(Thursday) 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm CST