[Free webinar] Sink or Swim? What we’ve learned after four years of PDGM

Ken BellClient News, Home Health, Training6 Comments

If you have issues registering for the webinar, please contact simple@ntst.com.

NEW DATE & TIME:
WED, APR 24 | 12 PM CT

Protecting your PDGM revenue is more important than ever...

Evidence shows that home health agencies understood the nuances of the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) at different speeds. As this reimbursement model spread throughout the industry, conventional wisdom from prior to PDGM was debunked and new strategies emerged.

The move to PDGM is one of the biggest changes for home health agencies in over two decades. Protecting your revenue is more important than ever. During this webinar, you will see what the data says about optimizing clinical outcomes and achieving the best financial results, simultaneously.

This webinar will help you:

  • Grasp the relationship between clinical and financial outcomes
  • Identify key benchmarks under PDGM
  • Understand potential solutions for improving under-performance
  • Gain insight to the advocacy work happening in Washington, D.C.

[Webinar] Sink or Swim?

What we've learned after four years of PDGM

WED, APR 24 | 12 PM CT

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About your experts

Jeff Aaronson
Vice President, Advisory Consulting — McBee

Jeff Aaronson, Vice President of Advisory Consulting at McBee, assists post-acute providers toward achieving operational and financial excellence through maximization of technology, process redesign and analytics. Jeff has served as VP of Finance and other senior leadership roles within home health and hospice providers, in addition to years of experience working in healthcare IT. His significant financial management experience within the provider community gives him a wealth of knowledge and expertise focused on the operations of home health and hospice providers.

6 Comments on “[Free webinar] Sink or Swim? What we’ve learned after four years of PDGM”

  1. This webnar will be beneficial for me because I will have vailable information that will help me manage the financial aspect of my responsibilities related to staffing.
    Thank you

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