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July 19 - 22, 2022
Join us at HomeCareCon the Home Care Association of Florida (HCAF) Annual Conference & Trade Show. At HomeCareCon, HCAF is convening the thought leaders and innovators who have the experience and insights to help frontline providers achieve economic prosperity and large-scale achievements in this new era for home-based care.
September 15, 2022
New York, NY
HRS is excited to attend FUTURE, the flagship event for Home Health Care News, welcoming some of the biggest names in home health and other executives that believe the future of health care is in the home. This conference will focus on big-picture thinking on trends shaping health care delivery to the home that executives need to consider as they develop their plans to invest and grow their businesses.
Featuring a Case Study on Beebe Healthcare
During the pandemic, hospitals across the country experienced severe nursing shortages, leading to high workloads and burnout among staff. Inpatient virtual care presents a significant opportunity for health care organizations to augment their team's workload in the face of workforce constraints.
Beebe Healthcare, a not-for-profit community health care system in southern Delaware, opted to implement an inpatient virtual care program at the end of 2021, with the goal of alleviating the burden on its staff. In this webinar, we’ll share key learnings from the implementation experience, preliminary findings from the first few months of the program, and tips to help you launch a similar program in your hospital. Find out how Beebe Healthcare’s inpatient virtual care program enabled it to streamline nursing processes, improve patient throughput, build long-term patient engagement and more.
Mastering the Pieces of Telehealth
Vision to Virtual is HRS’ biggest annual event, bringing together top healthcare executives, physicians, nurses, advanced practice providers, ancillary providers, telehealth program leaders, clinical experts, payers, and technology champions from across the country for two days of deep-dive learning around all-things telehealth and remote patient monitoring. Click below for more information or to register.
Using Hybrid Platforms to Create New Standards of Care
For this webinar, Health Recovery Solutions partners with a health insurance provider to showcase working examples of how to work past the problem above, and provide an inside look through the lens of a health insurance provider and beneficiary. Panel members will discuss how they deployed telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM), and use the program to support patients within the post-acute services segment. They’ll focus on transitions of care, serving health insurance providers to better manage utilization (ED visits, readmissions), and reducing length of stay.
A Deep Dive Into Hospital at Home Models with RPM
Doug Lang, VP of Client Growth at HRS took a deep dive into two models of Hospital at Home using remote patient monitoring (RPM): Emergency Department (ED) Diversion and Early Hospital Discharge. He discussed how patients can benefit greatly from the use of RPM and how providers can increase hospital capacity and reduce the length of stay.
HomeCareCon is HCAF Annual Conference & Trade Show and Florida's leading and largest home care industry event of the year. Every summer they bring together hundreds of professionals spanning home care leadership, clinicians and caregivers, state and national health care experts, and representatives from the legal, financial, operations, and technology sectors who serve the industry.
Getting Creative with Reimbursement Methods
This session explored how Androscoggin Home Healthcare + Hospice secured reimbursement for their telehealth program creatively. Panelists from Androscoggin discussed the unique reimbursement pathway for their telehealth and RPM. Attendees learned how they expanded and implemented billing codes for RPM, sought out CMS and private carrier reimbursements, and ensured billing codes were set up in their EMR.
Featuring a Case Study with Avera Health
During the webinar, you’ll hear from two leaders from Avera Health’s Avera@Home program: Rhonda Wiering, vice president, clinical growth and innovation, and Chad Thury, medical director. They’ll describe the success encountered during COVID-19 and the potential to utilize a similar virtual care-framework for other diagnoses.
Nascentia Health Home Care is currently using telehealth and remote patient monitoring to manage the care of patients with COVID-19, CHF, COPD, diabetes, and post-operative patients. Throughout 2020, Nascentia saw a 30%+ increase in the number of patients monitored with rpm per condition group. Nascentia Health joined Health Recovery Solutions to understand Nascentia’s innovative telehealth program.
Have you ever thought about where to start when implementing a telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM) program? What about enhancing or expanding an existing program? Ann Hall, RN, COS-C, Virtual Care & TeleMed Manager at 3HC joined Emily Clover, Client Success Manager at Health Recovery Solutions to discuss how to effectively leverage telehealth and RPM as tools to extend patient care.
HRS' Payer Series
Panelists discussed how remote member monitoring (RMM) and telehealth are being used as tools in health systems to address daily challenges. Finding the balance of telehealth and RMM between the payer and the provider can be tricky if you don't know where to start. Our panelists walked attendees through how to work together to achieve common goals such as ensuring cost savings, optimizing metrics, operationalizing your organization, and providing optimal patient care.
HRS' Payer Series
As the healthcare industry shifts from fee-for-service to value-based care, payers must adapt and innovate to meet members’ needs. Remote member monitoring (RMM) and telehealth give providers real-time, actionable data they need to deliver proactive, preventative care. HRS’ Vice President of Strategy, Value-Based Care, Sudeep Pisipaty, discussed how payers and providers can collaborate to integrate RMM into their workflows, ensuring preventative, proactive, care management.
The future of telehealth in 2021 (and beyond) is filled with opportunity—and for payers and providers who lean in on the future of telehealth, the possibilities are endless. In a cross-functional discussion, leaders in remote patient monitoring (RPM) and telehealth discussed what is next in the telehealth industry.