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Initial Phase Two Curriculum for PvtDuty/PvtPay Provider Types
[PKG_PH2C]
$484.50

[PKG PH2C] Initial Phase Two Curriculum [16HRs] for PvtDuty/PvtPay Provider Types.

Subscription Type: Individual

Faculty: Varies by Program

This is a curriculum assembled for use by private duty/private pay provider types to satisfy TX §97.259( d ), the Initial 16 hour (post-designation) training requirement for new administrators and alternate administrators. Choosing this curriculum is an easy option for those who prefer not to select from our extensive list of A LA CARTE programs. The curriculum includes sixteen (16) programs produced by TAHC&H/HCIN and provides 16.15 hours of credit for new administrators and alternate administrators.

A subscription to this curriculum is valid for six (6) months of access. Programs in this curriculum can be viewed 24/7, from home or office, unlimited times prior to the subscription expiration. Successful completion of an online post-test generates a printable certificate that displays the registered individual's name, course number and title, reference to any applicable regulatory citation and date of completion.

FAX ORDER OPTION: If you prefer to fax your order, or need to mail your order along with payment, use this printable order form .

All programs listed below are included in the Initial Phase Two Curriculum for Private Duty/Private Pay Provider Types. Programs displayed above the double line address specific required topics, the regulatory citation is displayed in Education-Training Credits. All remaining programs can pertain to TX §97.259( d )(4) agency responsibilities.

View a regulatory crosswalk from program-to-regulation for this curriculum.


[395] Infection Control and OSHA

Faculty: K. Wilson

All home care agencies are required to be in compliance with the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) requirements that protect clients and employees. This session will identify the TX DADS regulations regarding infection control, discuss the Texas Health and Safety Codes, review CFR 1910.1030 related to impact on Home Care practice and discuss OSHA regulations.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.0 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate addressing TX §97.259( d )(8) infection control

[466] Staying Safe: Design a Blueprint for Compliance & Avoiding Fraud

Faculty: Dombi

Providing home care requires more than delivering high quality services. Today, home care agencies must be ever vigilant in their efforts to comply with the myriad of regulatory requirements. Anything less raises risk of allegations of fraud and abuse. This seminar provides a focused analysis of federal and Texas laws affecting Medicare and Medicaid home care services applied to home care specific activities such as claims, quality of care, cost reporting, patient referrals, and marketing practices.

This program is presented by Bill Dombi, JD, VP of Legal Affairs, National Association for Home Care & Hospice.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.2 Hrs HCSSA Administrator/Alternate addressing TX §97.259( d )(1) information regarding fraud and abuse detection and prevention

[468] Administrator Training: Initial Training Requirements

Faculty:Hammond

This program discusses the regulations required of home care agencies in order to comply with the rules and provide quality care. Topics covered include Advanced Directive law requirements, client rights and responsibilities, abuse, neglect or exploitation, complaints and infection control.

Presented by Rachel Hammon, BSN, RN, Director of Clinical Practice & Regulatory Affairs, Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice. Rachel Hammon is the Director of Clinical Practice and Regulatory Affairs for TAHC&H. Rachel has been in health care for 16 years with over 10 years of home care experience, including pediatric case manager, Medicare case manager, Administrator/DON and Corporate Director of Clinical Services, with the majority of her time focused on supervision and management of home care pediatric programs. At TAHC&H, Rachel provides clinical and technical assistance related to both federal and state regulations. She currently serves on the Nursing Practice Advisory Council for the Texas Board of Nurse Examiners.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 0.75 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate addressing TX §97.259( d ) (2,3,5,7 & 8) legal issues regarding advance directives; client rights, including the right to confidentiality; complaint investigation and resolution; abuse, neglect, and exploitation; infection control.

[1581] Emergency Preparedness: Developing a “Plan That Will Stand”

Faculty: Jones

Come fire, flood, wind or snow…develop an emergency plan that both meets regulatory requirements AND serves as a valuable tool when a disaster actually strikes. This session will include how to do an HVA, use a call script, assign actions and responsibilities to each level of staff for each phase of the disaster, develop a policy that will meet the regs and a procedure that will fit their specific circumstances. A demonstration of a process for conducting an after action review and the improvements that can be made as you learn will also be included. Emphasis will be on developing long term relationships with your communities’ other emergency response agencies and local emergency management officials.

Presented by Patricia R. Jones, RN, BA, CHCE, Director of Community Based Care, Memorial Health System of East Texas. Patricia Jones has over 28 years experience in home care as staff nurse, field supervisor, branch manager and agency administrator. She has served on a variety of community Boards who were involved in an area disaster plan. She is Clinical Coordinator for the special needs shelter for the city of Lufkin operating during Hurricane Lilly & Rita and the shelter nurses station for evacuees from the New Orleans Superdome.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.0 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate addressing TX §97.259( d )(6) emergency preparedness


[680] Leadership and Ethics

Faculty: Westrick

This program highlights the critical role that leaders play in encouraging ethical behavior among employees. It focuses largely leadership vision and values and includes several exercises to help participants identify the traits of successful, ethical leaders.

Presented by James Westrick, a nationally recognized motivational speaker affiliated with Rockhurst University's Continuing Education Center.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 0.5 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[720] Wage & Hour Law: The Companionship Services Exemption

Faculty: Gilliland

If your company offers homemaker services you need to view this program addressing the exemption of companionship services from wage & hour laws. John examines provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act pertaining to minimum wage and overtime pay for individuals providing these types of services. He explains in detail the requirements that need to be met to apply this exemption to your staff.

JJohn C. Gilliland II is a partner in the law firm Gilliland & Markette, LLP. For more than 25 years, Gilliand & Markette, LLP has advised home health, hospice, and private duty providers on a wide range of legal matters from employment and labor law to Medicare and Medicaid compliance. John is a frequent speaker concerning health law and labor/employment law subjects. He is also author of several manuals and handbooks and a frequent contributor to state and national home care association publications.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 0.6 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[732] Are You Managing SMART? Know How Your Agency is Doing at All Times

Faculty:Litwin

Sharon Litwin, President of Five Star Consultants, discusses the importance of on-going performance monitoring to successful home care agency management. She suggests a variety of clinical, financial and operational measures that can be put in place to monitor performance and avoid "surprises." Sharon also outlines the elements of an agency performance assessment.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.1 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[738] Opportunities in Private Duty Home Care

Faculty: Tweed

Private duty is home care's most rapidly growing market segment. In this program, Stephen Tweed examines the private duty home care marketplace and potential buiness opportunities arisng from the increasing number of elderly and individuals with chronic health conditions and disabilities. Stephen defines various private duty market segments and reviews trends that are contributing to rapid growth. He describes a proven model for growing private duty home care business, discusses specific customer wants and needs and provides guidance to businesses interested in entering or expanding their presence in this marketplace.

For the past 25 years, Stephen Tweed has served the home care industry as a business strategist, professional speaker, author and consultant.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.0 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[739] Strategic Planning in Private Duty Home Care

Faculty: Tweed

In this program, Stephen Tweed discusses the importance of developing a strategic plan to grow private duty home care business. Stephen presents a model for strategic thinking and reviews major forces and trends that are shaping the private duty home care marketplace. He describes a strategic planning process and then walks viewers through the process of developing plans to grow their business.

For the past 25 years, Stephen Tweed has served the home care industry as a business strategist, professional speaker, author and consultant.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.1 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[740] Marketing Private Duty Home Care

Faculty:Tweed

Marketing is essential to the success of any business. In this program, Stephen Tweed reviews research that his company, Leading Home Care, has done that will help private duty home care companies apply proven marketing techniques to grow their businesses. His focus throughout this program is on developing and implementing marketing strategies that will contribute to long-term business growth and success.

For the past 25 years, Stephen Tweed has served the home care industry as a business strategist, professional speaker, author and consultant.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.35 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[741] Sitting on the Sofa with The Customer: Selling Private Duty Home Care Services

Faculty: Tweed

In this program, Stephen Tweed focuses on specific tools and techniques that private duty home care companies can use to sell their services. Stephen discusses, in detail, the seven-step relationship selling process and reviews ways of approaching potential customers and building rapport that have proven most successful. He also coaches viewers on effectively presenting ideas and information on programs and services to prospects and the importance of persuasion.

For the past 25 years, Stephen Tweed has served the home care industry as a business strategist, professional speaker, author and consultant.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.35 Hrs HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[742] 22 Tips to Find and Keep Non-Medical Caregivers

Faculty: Tweed

In this seminar, Stephen Tweed addresses the staff recruitment and retention challenges faced by private duty home care providers, focusing specifically on non-medical caregivers. Stephen shares with viewers practical tools and tips, discusses the importance of finding and keeping non-medical caregivers and offers advice on preparing a recruiting and retention action plan.

For the past 25 years, Stephen Tweed has served the home care industry as a business strategist, professional speaker, author and consultant.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.1 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[748] Sales Management Skills: How To Lead a Sales Team to Legendary Results

Faculty: Ferris

Who you hire, how they are trained and how long they stay have a direct correlation with the growth of referrals. The better you are at sales management, the more effective your team will be. In this seminar, Mike shares with viewers the tricks to finding, keeping, coaching and mentoring top home care and hospice sales representatives. He focuses on:

  • Time Management
  • Coaching
  • Evaluation
  • Empowerment and Support
  • Strategic Sales Planning
  • Key Account Relationships

Mike is the Director of the Marketing, Sales and Customer Service Consulting Division at Simione Consultants. Long a nationally recognized expert in Home Care and Hospice Sales, Marketing and Customer Service, his training programs are the most acclaimed in the country, receiving accolades from some of the biggest CEOs and Sales managers from California to New York. He has the unique perspective of having counseled and consulted with many of the most successful home care and hospice organizations and seen what works on a national basis.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.1 Hrs HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[1353] How to Increase Referrals Without Increased Costs

Faculty: Ferris

As agencies are faced with unparalled competitive challenges, protecting key accounts and growing their numbers will determine your agency's success over the coming years. This program provides focus on increasing referrals (revenues) without increasing costs. You will discover best practice tricks and techniques to control costs AND increase referrals.

Mike is the Director of the Marketing, Sales and Customer Service Consulting Division at Simione Consultants. Long a nationally recognized expert in Home Care and Hospice Sales, Marketing and Customer Service, his training programs are the most acclaimed in the country, receiving accolades from some of the biggest CEOs and Sales managers from California to New York. He has the unique perspective of having counseled and consulted with many of the most successful home care and hospice organizations and seen what works on a national basis.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.0 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[1580] Managing Your Risk by Maintaining Client/Caregiver Boundaries

Faculty: Pena

An important part of a Teaxs HCSSA Administrator’s job is to manage the risks of the agency and the employees. One common problem area in all sectors of home care and hospice is establishing and maintaining professional boundaries between direct care workers and patients. Learn why this is important and how to establish, communicate, and implement these boundaries.

Presented by Angela Pena, Administrator, Special Kids Care. Angela Peña has over fifteen years experience in the home health arena, initially working as a private duty LVN for pediatric patients and then as a Registered Nurse. Angela’s experience includes managing a Primary Home Care program and Medicare home health agency to ultimately managing a pediatric home health agency. As a result, Angela has been in the “front lines” of home health client care and understands all too well the boundary crossing situations every home health nurse is faced with at one time or another during their career.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.0 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

[1582] Financial Reporting Overview

Faculty: Peterson

In this program you will learn how to read financial statements, the significant aspects and relationships of the balance sheet, the statement of income and accrual versus cash basis accounting. Also included is a discussion on the bank account, accounts receivable, start up costs, liability accounts and revenue recognition.

Presented by John Peterson, CPA, MBA, President, Peterson & Peterson, PC. John Peterson is President of Peterson & Peterson, P.C. He is a Texas licensed Certified Public Accountant and has a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Nebraska. He is a member of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Beta Gamma Sigma, the national honorary business scholastic society. John developed tax, accounting, cost reporting, audit representation and management services practice to small and medium sized businesses. He also developed the health industry market niche including home health agencies, hospice agencies, comprehensive outpatient rehab facilities, skilled nursing facilities and Texas Home & Community Based Services agencies. His firm’s current client list totals over 800 and covers businesses throughout Texas, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, and New York. He has created and provided health industry workshops to home health executives and made presentations to the health industry association conferences. John also represents the State of Texas on the 16 State Coalition Group that meets regularly with Palmetto officials to discuss current health industry practices and problems. He is a past member of the Board of Directors and Audit Committee of MetroCorps Bancshares, Inc., a publicly traded bank holding company with banks in Texas and California.

A program for addressing the following required topic(s) of TX §97.259( d ) (4) agency responsibilities.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.0 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

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