Welcome to Home Health Survivor!
Four times per year, Tim Rowan invites the home care industry’s top newsmakers to join him in a thoughtful roundtable discussion about the day’s top stories. Your entire office may listen in on these conversations for only $199 per year.
EPISODE 7 – Bill Dombi and Dr. Robert Fazzi discuss CMS, MedPAC and the future of home health under Healthcare Reform. Whatever you think you know about 2012 Medicare payment rates, Accountable Care Organizations, reducing hospital readmissions and surviving the coming changes, you owe it to yourself to hear it directly from home care’s most respected voice on Capitol Hill and most-read researcher.
EPISODE 6 – “State Legislation Success Stories”.
The Home Care Association of Colorado has made national news over the last two years for its success writing legislation and getting it passed through the legislature and signed by the governor. As a consequence, Medicaid is now paying Colorado home care agencies to provide remote patient monitoring services with home telehealth systems.
How did they do it? What is the secret to guiding the creation of a law? As it turns out, there are many secrets to this multi-step process. Join HCAC Executive Director Ellen Caruso, past HCAC president Sonya Neumann and Oregon Home Care Association Executive Director Sarah Myers as they explain describe their successes, as well as lessons learned. There is enough detail here to give you a substantive process to follow in your own state.
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Episode 5: “A Conversation with Wendell Potter”. Wendell Potter sat down with Home Care Technology Report editor Tim Rowan and spoke his mind about the way insurance company abuses impact home health care and hospice providers and patients. In this interview, Tim Rowan asks Potter to bring his unique perspective to bear on the issues of Medicare Advantage, managed care, Medicare Part D and other problems facing home care and hospice providers.
- Episode 4: “A Washington Insider Discusses the Administration’s Plans for Home Care During Healthcare Reform” recorded July, 2010 at Allscripts headquarters in Chicago. CEO Glen Tullman and President Jeff Surges discuss their acquisition of Eclipsys and comment on Barack Obama’s lifelong interest in healthcare reform from their unique perspective as longtime basketball buddies.
- Episode 3: "How to Lower Hospital Utilization with Remote Patient Monitoring: A Conversation with Industry Leaders at the American Telemedicine Association Meeting" recorded May 17, 2010 in San Antonio, Texas with Jonathan Linkous, Dr. Randy Moore, Bonnie Britton, RN, and Ken Bleakley
- Episode 2: “OASIS-C: Experts Recommend Comprehensive Training Program” recorded November 9, 2009 in Wilmington, Massachusetts with Patricia Tulloch, David Merk and Andrew Braunstein
- Episode 1: “Medicare Revenue – How to Get It; How to Keep It” recorded September 1, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada with Jeff Lewis, Barbara Rosenblum and Michael McGowan
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