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I Want to Start a Hospice: How Does that Work?
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$52.50

[PGM1803] I Want to Start a Hospice: How Does that Work?

Subscription Type:Individual

Faculty: Swiger,Markland,Tieken,McMinn,Sharp

If you are a home health agency and want to start a hospice this program is for you. There are two program segments; segment 1 is a presentation from three home health and hospice experts (McMinn, Markland and Tieken) who advise you on the best operational practices and provide lessons learned when an established home health agency decides to venture into hospice, including:

  • staffing issues
  • comprehensive assessments
  • regulatory differences including QAPI
  • convening the IDT/IDG
  • and the hospice role in nursing facilities

Segment 2 allows a panel of all five home health and hospice experts to further discuss and address a series of written audience questions on this topic.

Program Goal: This program enables the viewer to understand regulatory and operational differences between home health and hospice in order to make an informed decision about adding hospice care to home health.

About the Presenters: Holly Swiger Ph.D., M.P.H., R.N. is the Vice President of Public Affairs for VITAS Healthcare Corporation. She works closely with the hospice industry, legislators and regulators to provide education and support for the promotion of sufficient access and reimbursement for hospice services. She gained her hospice operations experience as the President/CEO of San Diego Hospice for 10 years prior to her current position with VITAS. Prior to hospice, Holly worked in home health. Dr. Swiger has previously served 8 years as the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organizationís Board of Directors. Holly is a member of the NHPCOís Regulatory Committee, Managed Care Advisory Committee, CMS Regional Task Force and Chairs the Medicaid Task Force. Dr. Swiger also serves on the Public Policy Committee for the Hospice associations in Texas, California, Kansas and Missouri.

Rebecca McMinn, BSN, RN, MBA brings twenty-five years of experience in the hospice field to the Texas based home health and hospice consulting firm, HealthCare ConsultLink. With over 35 years in nursing, the majority of her experience has been in the ICU setting and in hospice. Rebecca served on the Louisiana-Mississippi Hospice Organizationís Board, Board Member and Past President of Texas New Mexico Hospice Organization, and is a member of Texas Association for Home Care & Hospiceís Clinical Practice Committee.

Mary Helen Tieken, RN, BSN is the Owner/Administrator of Nurses In Touch, Inc., a licensed and certified home health and hospice agency she established in 1990 in Floresville, Texas. She has been a registered nurse for 32 years with a background in Oncology, Neurology, and Urology, and has spent the last 27 years in home health and hospice.

Susan Markland, RN, BSN is currently the Gulf Coast Regional Administrator for CHRISTUS VNA Homecare Services. Susan has 11 years experience in Hospice Administration and more recently has entered the Home Health and PAS arenas as well. She is a passionate advocate for quality patient care and a leader in demonstrating Home Care services can be profitable even with a not for profit organization. Susan serves on the Board of Directors at TAHC&H, is a member of the Education Committee and a member of the recently formed Hospice Committee. Having survived the teenage years of 6 daughters, she faces Health Care reform with calm, humor and a resolve to not become entrenched in the drama.

With 34 years in patient care and 26 years home health and hospice nursing experience, Susan Sharp, RN, BS is the Alternate Administrator/DON for Genesis HomeCare, Inc. and the Administrator/Alternate DON for Genesis HospiceCare. From 1982-1992, Susan had Supervisory Nurse/Administrator Roles in various settings, including home health, hospital nursing supervisor, director of patient care services, registration, and inservice for facility staff.

Education-Training Credits:

  • 1.75 Hr(s) HCSSA Administrator/Alternate

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 31 August, 2011.
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