Improving Care Quality Focus of New E-book
Posted On: February 16th, 2016
Territory Vice President, Sales, McKesson
As an executive, clinician or therapist at a home care organization, your mission is to provide quality outcomes for your patients. For patients, those outcome goals may be modest: recovery from a painful wound; using a walker to go to the restroom unaided; maybe even simply walking.
You’re in this business to help people age in place. It’s a true calling, but federal, state and private payers increasingly want more evidence that we are actually delivering for our patients.
That’s the focus of our latest e-book, “Central Focus of Home Care Regulations: Improving Care Quality.” This 24-page e-book is compiled from past posts of the McKesson Homecare Talk blog. And although it is separated into home health and hospice categories, you and your staff will benefit from reading the entire e-book.
Home care regulations have been changing at a furious pace over the past few years – a trend that shows no signs of letting up. This e-book will help you better understand the current regulatory landscape and prepare for the future from clinical, agency management and technology standpoints.
Increasingly, reimbursements are being tied to outcomes. Ensuring patient safety and engaging them effectively in their care are components of emerging regulations. New quality initiatives for both home health and hospice are transforming how organizations should be working and caring for patients. Ongoing technology initiatives underscore the need for a comprehensive clinical and agency management software solution to help meet future quality and reimbursement environments.
“Central Focus of Home Care Regulations: Improving Care Quality,” will help you:
- Learn how Star Ratings can impact future reimbursements
- Discover common themes seen in Homecare Conditions of Participation
- Recognize trends that affect patient safety
- Find out how to improve CAHPS Hospice Survey scores
Proving the effectiveness of the care your home care organization provides has never been greater. Read our new e-book, “Central Focus of Home Care Regulations: Improving Care Quality,” to better understand how current and upcoming regulations will affect operations from clinical, agency management and technology standpoints.