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Preparation Starts Now!
Home Health Agencies must initiate significant organizational and operational changes in early 2019 in order to successfully transition to the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM).
To prepare for the biggest regulatory change in the industry in decades, join the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), in partnership with the NAHC Forum of State Associations, the Home Care & Hospice Financial Managers Association, and the Home Care Technology Association of America, for an intensive one-day summit that will prepare your Medicare HHA for the PDGM revolution.
Registration is now closed for the PDGM National Summits. Please visit http://www.nahc.org/pdgm today to learn more about upcoming PDGM educational events.
Here’s Why You Should Attend
It is critical for you to have the new tools and knowledge necessary to understand and adapt your business to these important changes. These in-depth, one-day summits will cover all facets of managing change to PDGM – operations; clinical; financial; data analytics; and technology. Faculty drawn from the top home health consulting firms in the nation will provide you with the skills you need to smoothly and successfully transition to PDGM.
Here’s Who Should Attend
- Home care and hospice agency owners
- C-Suite executives
- Management staff
Questions about Registration?
NAHC members are entitled to receive the discounted member rate at all of the events. If you are not a member of the state association where an event is being held, please contact NAHC at 202-547-7424 or email email@example.com to receive the coupon code.
PDGM Summit – Host States
If you are a member of one of the state associations hosting an event, please contact your state association directly to receive the coupon code to take advantage of the discounted rate.
Other State Associations
If you are a member of a state association, other than one of the states listed above, and not a member of NAHC you will need to contact your local state association to determine whether or not you are eligible to receive the discounted rate.