Care Coordination: Working Together Across the Care Continuum
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 Export to Your Calendar 2/12/2020
When: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
9:00am- 3:30pm
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Connecticut Hospital Associaiton
110 Barnes Road
Wallingford, Connecticut  06492
United States
Contact: Doreen Napoli
203-774-4941


Online registration is available until: 2/5/2020
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Care Coordination between licensed care settings is a regulatory requirement yet an ongoing challenge for Home Health, Hospice, Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs) and Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs).  The CT Association for Healthcare at Home is once again collaborating with the CT Assisted Living Association and this year with Leading Age to offer two half days sessions to review the Care Coordination regulations as well as engage the attendees in discussion of strategies to optimize care coordination when home health or hospice provides services in an ALF or SNF. 

  • The morning session will feature legal expert Heather Bercham (Murtha Cullina LLP) who will provide the foundation of the regulatory requirements (both federal and state) for care provision in an ALF by Home Health or Hospice. This will be followed by panel discussions to share best practices and address challenging scenarios. 
  • The afternoon session will focus on Hospice Care within the SNF setting.  Legal expert Maureen Weaver (Wiggin and Dana) will first review the regulatory requirements (both federal and state) and a panel discussion will follow to once again engage the participants in sharing of best practices and potential strategies to address care coordination issues.

Objectives:

  • Understand the federal and state regulatory requirements for Assisted Living Facilities, Home Health Care and Hospice Agencies
  • Utilizing panel provider discussions, learn ways to optimize care coordination across provider types.   
  • Address complicated care scenarios using examples offered by the participants. 

 

Who Should Attend: Management team members from the following care settings: Assisted Living Facilities, Home Health Care Agencies, Hospice Agencies and Skilled Nursing Facilities