The not-for-profit National Readmission Prevention Collaborative will host a free online workshop to preview the new Certified Care Transitions Fellow (CCTF) program to include information on meeting the needs of the hospital in the Coronoavirus era and beyond. The hospitals needs have changed, are your adapting? The workshop is designed for post acute providers including nursing home administrators, home health Directors, assisted living, home health professionals, hospice and palliative care providers and non-medical home care owners and teams on critical updates and legislative changes impacting home based care - including various insurers now paying for non-medical homecare.
Once complete you can utilize the Certification seal and initials on your business cards, website, email signature and brochures. The program includes information on best meeting the needs of the hospital in the Coronoavirus era and beyond. The hospitals needs have changed, are your adapting?
Key topics covered include:
- How the Coronavirus pandemic has changed the hospitals needs for post acute providers
- Which post acute providers hospitals are partnering with almost exclusively and why
- What will post pandemic regulations relating to discharge planning and transitional care look like
- Increase referrals by becoming the preferred post acute provider
- Why care transitions are such a critical element in the post pandemic era
- How the September 2019 new CMS discharge planning rule will impact providers
- New low cost resources being used to improve are transitions without disrupting operational flow
- Best practice case studies and resources to improve care transitions
This certification program is designed for healthcare executives, case managers, social workers, community health workers, home care franchise teams and utilization review directors on critical updates and legislative changes impacting care transitions. It is also recommended that post-acute providers including nursing home administrators, home health Directors, assisted living and non-medical home care owners and teams participate to stay current on critical issues impacting hospitals. CEU/CME and contact hours are available for those who enroll in the certification program.