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Recorded Webinar

Home Health Value-Based Purchasing:
Utilizing QAPI Programs
to Drive Change

This webinar is part three in a three-part
series on Home Health Value-Based Purchasing.

Watch the rest of the series:

Part One: Preparing Your Agency

Part Two: Ensuring OASIS and Documentation Accuracy

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In early 2021, CMS announced its expansion of the Home Health Value-Based Purchasing model (HHVBP) beginning in 2022, while also increasing the maximum positive and negative payment adjustment to eight percent. To navigate the transition to the HHVBP model, agencies will need an effective Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) program to achieve and maintain a quality-focused culture that drives excellent outcomes.

During the final installment of our three-part recorded webinar series presented in partnership with Simitree Healthcare Consulting, Charles M. Breznicky Jr., RN, MSN, MBA, HCS-D, Director at SimiTree Healthcare Consulting, details how home health agencies can successfully navigate the transition to HHVBP, provides an in-depth look at how QAPI programs can be used to lead change, and explores the importance of regularly reporting and tracking data to identify areas for improvement. You’ll also learn strategies to remediate poor outcomes and keep clinicians engaged and performing at their peak.

This webinar is informational only and is not accredited.

Presenters

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Charles M. Breznicky Jr., RN, MSN, MBA, HCS-D

Clinical Director at SimiTree Healthcare Consulting

Charles M. Breznicky Jr., RN, MSN, MBA, HCS-D, has been part of SimiTree Healthcare Consulting since 2015 and has been a Registered Nurse since 2004. He obtained dual Master's degrees, Nursing Administration and Business Administration, from LaSalle University in 2014 and obtained his HCS-D certification in 2021. Prior to joining BlackTree he provided direct patient care in the acute care setting as well as working as a home health field nurse. Charlie has served in various roles in the home health industry including, Performance Improvement and Compliance Specialist, Clinical Manager, and Health Information Systems Manager. He is currently the Clinical Director with SimiTree and has assisted agencies to develop QAPI Programs, prepare for surveys, and adapt to the recent changes to the Home Health Conditions of Participation and the Patient Driven Groupings Model.

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