Home Care 100 Sessions

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Consumers As Our True North

February 21, 2024 Lincoln Intelligence Group

Home Care Consumerism is a movement that cultivates the relationship with- patients and their families, our employees, and upstream partners - based on their individual preferences and needs in support of your strategic goals for better outcomes, greater efficiency, higher volume, and more engaged staff. Kathy Gramling, Americas Consumer Industry Markets Leader, EY, a 25-year consumer products and retail veteran, will share how to identify the sources of value for our consumers, and the business case for shifting operations to streamline both the employee and patients journey. Omer Gajial, EVP, Health & Chief Digital Officer, Albertsons Companies, is a leading innovator in adapting to improve experience for customers, employees, and partners with their person-centered engagement approach. Glean lessons learned from their journey of transformation.

The MA Experience and Why It Matters

February 15, 2024 Lincoln Intelligence Group

CMS thinks MA plans should focus more on member experience, so they’re making it a much more important part of a plan’s five-star evaluation. In this session, we’ll explore what this means for the payer-provider relationship; how plans expect providers to help manage the member experience; what exceptional provider-driven member satisfaction looks like; and what – if anything – plans are willing to do to reward providers that can move the needle on member satisfaction, plan reputation and, ultimately, member renewal.

Revolutionizing Hospital & Physician Referrals

February 15, 2024 Lincoln Intelligence Group

Discover a game-changing evolution in post-acute home health care as BrightSpring Health and VNS Health redefine the value proposition for hospitals. Explore the fundamentals of this paradigm shift and strategies to amplify your relationships with all referral partners.

Redefine the Hospice Experience

February 15, 2024 Lincoln Intelligence Group

Accent Care, Agape Care Group, and Bristol Hospice are challenging outdated public perceptions, systemic biases, and traditional hospice relationships. These organizations are leveraging various techniques to move their "sphere of influence" forward in their understanding of end-of-life via increasing education and accessibility for all. Engage in this dynamic discussion to spark innovative ideas for influencing your own stakeholders and walk away with prioritized, tangible tactics for your organization.

The Key to Home Care Growth: Effortless Experiences

February 15, 2024 Lincoln Intelligence Group

24 Hour Home Care realized it could not sustain the high-cost high-touch experience it was providing to clients and caregivers. They turned to Challenger, whose research showed that focusing on a single dimension – low-effort interactions and experiences – is what matters for both client and caregiver loyalty and retention. Hear about the method, how it’s applied, and how you can put it into action in your business.

The Latest from Washington

February 15, 2024 Lincoln Intelligence Group

Joanne Cunningham, CEO of the Partnership for Quality Home Healthcare, will provide an update on pending legislation and current advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill.

CEOs Charting The Course

February 15, 2024 Lincoln Intelligence Group

BAYADA, FirstLight, Empath Health, and Unity Point at Home top leaders are navigating radical transformation with fresh approaches to operations efficiency, adopting new models, engaging employees, patients and clients, and using data to tell a story that forges meaningful partnerships with referral sources and payers.

Innovate or Stagnate, Hospices at the Vanguard of Change

February 15, 2024 Lincoln Intelligence Group

Trailblazers into value-based care - Gentiva, Compassus, and Infinity Hospice – are bravely standing up new business lines to meet ongoing changes in the payer landscape. Three case studies will showcase the strategic rationale and business impact of their respective approaches in developing risk-based programs to extend palliative care and hospice benefits.

Creating Clinical Capacity by Building Your Workforce Pipeline

February 15, 2024 Lincoln Intelligence Group

We need to sell our profession more effectively to new entrants, young adults, and foreign-born workers. BrightStar Care and The New Jewish Home have achieved unusual success in recruiting and retaining these cohorts (including high schoolers!) via unique curriculum, apprenticeship, and onboarding programs. Each will provide an overview of their program, including the role of Chamberlain University, the nation’s largest nursing school, followed by a discussion outlining the keys to success and ultimate value.

Innovative Approaches With Operations

February 15, 2024 Lincoln Intelligence Group

Is exponential productivity possible today? Pinnacle Home Health has implemented a process that is boosting clinical capacity. Experience their journey with Live QA resulting in a 50% reduction in admission time to an impressive 75% using Voice AI and the Clinical Assistant. This game-changing approach leverages technology, operations improvement, and clinical expertise.

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