Mar
11
Thu
2021
Learn About An Exclusive PAPR Purchasing Program for NAHC Members
Mar 11 @ 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Learn About An Exclusive PAPR Purchasing Program for NAHC Members

Thursday, March 11, 2021
2:00-2:30pm Eastern

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The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is pleased to announce a special opportunity for our members to purchase high-level personal protection equipment at a significant savings.

Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPRs) are being used increasingly within health care settings. As a relatively new solution for home care providers, PAPRs offer higher protection levels, improvements in interpersonal communication (affecting patient recovery), availability and supply benefits, etc. Their package is being offered at a decreased cost to NAHC members. Learn more about this product and its unique features during our webinar.

Read more about the PAPR here.

Here’s what one of our members had to say about the PAPR…

“Our clinicians trust these high-quality devices. We are thrilled at the customer support, responsiveness, billing options, and turnaround time. We have consistently received our shipments of PAPRs within three business days of placing orders.”

— Leann Sebrey, RN, MMsc, CPN, HN-BC, Chief Clinical Officer, Androscoggin Home Healthcare+Hospice

Faculty

  • Jeremy Kenimer, RPB Safety LLC
  • Daryl Hughes, X1 Safety, LLC

Registration is free.

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Mar
24
Wed
2021
NAHC COVID-19 Town Hall – Part III
Mar 24 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

NAHC COVID-19 Town Hall – Part III
Vaccine Hesitancy Among Caregivers

Wednesday, March 24, 2021
2:00-3:00pm Eastern

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NAHC has been at the forefront of COVID-19 education with our Town Hall series of webinars. Now that we have vaccines, it is critical to convince home care and hospice caregivers to take the vaccine to keep themselves and their patients safe. Once again, we’re calling upon the leaders and problem-solvers in our community to educate, inspire, and spread best practices.

We have invited experts Brent Korte and Denise Schrader to answer a series of tough questions about vaccine hesitancy among caregivers (see below) based on their first-hand experience.

  • How are you navigating vaccine hesitancy among your workforce?
  • Is your organization mandating vaccines?
  • If not, are you offering an incentive to vaccinate staff?
  • What are your plans if your clients/patients decline visits from unvaccinated staff?
  • How are you addressing with your staff online misinformation about the vaccine and historical mistrust of the medical system?
  • What is the vaccine uptake at your organization?
  • Have you had to counter erroneous rumors about serious side effects?
  • Are you administering shots by way of an external vaccination site or are you doing in-house vaccinations?

Faculty

  • Brent Korte, Chief Home Care Officer, EvergreenHealth Home Care
  • Denise Schrader, Vice President Care Continuum, MercyRockford Health System
  • Kassie Hodge, Director of Hospice, MercyRockford Health System

Registration Fees
Members: Free
Non-members: Free

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Mar
31
Wed
2021
NAHC COVID-19 Town Hall – Part IV
Mar 31 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

NAHC COVID-19 Town Hall – Part IV
Vaccine Hesitancy Among Caregivers

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
2:00-3:00pm Eastern

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NAHC has been at the forefront of COVID-19 education with our Town Hall series of webinars. Now that we have vaccines, it is critical to convince home care and hospice caregivers to take the vaccine to keep themselves and their patients safe. Once again, we’re calling upon the leaders and problem-solvers in our community to educate, inspire, and spread best practices.

We have invited clinical experts from the Johns Hopkins Home Care Group to answer a series of tough questions about vaccine hesitancy among caregivers (see below) based on their first-hand experience.

  • How are you navigating vaccine hesitancy among your workforce?
  • Is your organization mandating vaccines?
  • If not, are you offering an incentive to vaccinate staff?
  • What are your plans if your clients/patients decline visits from unvaccinated staff?
  • How are you addressing with your staff online misinformation about the vaccine and historical mistrust of the medical system?
  • What is the vaccine uptake at your organization?
  • Have you had to counter erroneous rumors about serious side effects?
  • Are you administering shots by way of an external vaccination site or are you doing in-house vaccinations?

Faculty

Johns Hopkins Home Care Group

  • Mary Myers, BSN, RN, MS, President/ CEO
  • Mitra Gavgani, Pharm D, Vice President, Pharmacy Services (Community, Infusion and Specialty)
  • Penny Carey, Senior Director of Respiratory Therapy/Home Medical Equipment
  • Dawn Hohl, PhD, RN, Senior Director of Transitions and Patient Experience

Registration Fees
Members: Free
Non-members: Free

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