Maintenance Therapy In Home Health
A Five-Part (archived) Webinar Series
NAHC, in conjunction with Kornetti and Krafft, present an important five-part webinar series on an area of great need in home care: Maintenance Therapy.
Even before the case of Jimmo v Sebelius ruling, the issue of maintenance therapy was a component of the Medicare Part A Home Health Benefit. Still, home health agencies and their therapy staff have limited or no experience in addressing the issue of maintenance therapy.
Kornetti & Krafft Health Care Solutions frequently receive questions and concerns about maintenance therapy in the home health setting, particularly on issues like:
- proper beneficiary identification;
- supportive documentation;
- therapy utilization; and
- billing procedures.
This content is designed for 3 target audiences:
Leadership: There are many questions and concerns in the industry about the provision of maintenance therapy – which patients qualify, what would a care plan look like, what should the documentation contain and how is it paid for – to name a few. Our 90-minute session entitled: Leadership Orientation to Maintenance Therapy provides agency decision makers with the foundation upon which to build a successful and defensible maintenance program.
Clinicians: Maintenance Therapy: Effective Operationalizing of the Regulations
The content is divided as follows and each seminar is 90 minutes in length:
- Part 1: Regulations and Definitions
- Part 2: Assessments and Care Planning
- Part 3: Reassessments and Follow Up Visits
Reviewer: There are many questions and concerns in the industry about the provision of maintenance therapy – which patients qualify, what would a care plan look like, what should the documentation contain and how is it paid for – to name just a few. This 90-minute session is focused on ensuring documentation defensibility of maintenance therapy.
This webinar series will provide the learners with clear and concise information about the do’s & don’ts of home health maintenance therapy. Presentations will include guidelines for therapy documentation, utilization, proper billing codes, and patient scenarios.