Private Duty Conference Spotlight: Education Session on Operational and Compliance Challenges
December 10, 2015 01:57 PM
The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is holding the 2016 Private Duty Home Care Conference in Charleston, South Carolina, on February 1-2, 2016. NAHC Report is highlighting education sessions at the Private Duty Conference, including interviews with faculty and experts, as well as previews of the key takeaways that participants will gain.
The 2016 Private Duty Conference will include an education session titled, “Meeting Operational and Compliance Challenges.” The lead faculty for the session will be Pat Drea, Chief Operating Officer of Visiting Angels in Tega Clay, South Carolina.
“We will review regulatory changes and requirement details, discuss the sources of these new developments and formulate compliance protocols,” said Drea regarding the session.
“The current issues this session will address are the pressures and ever-changing regulatory developments, governmental and medical policies and updates, contract classification and audit dynamics,” she said. “It will benefit everyone, especially CEOs, COOs, marketing staff, operations staff, and HR managers.”
Following is a course description for the education session:
Meeting Operational and Compliance Challenges
Developments in regulations are forcing home care agencies to adapt. Companionship, live-in, and white collar exemptions are only a few of the many changes our facet of the industry faces. Updates with the Family Medical Leave Act, contractor classification, and auditing dynamics are also putting pressure on home care agencies. Adopting a fluid model of adjusting to changes is the best way to make sure your agency stays afloat.
Review regulatory changes and requirement details
Discuss the sources of these new developments
Formulate compliance protocols
Faculty: Patricia Drea, RN, BSN, MPA
Course Level: Intermediate; 1.25 nursing CEs; 1.25 CPEs (NASBA/RE)
To register for the 2016 Private Duty Conference, click here.