March


Improving Transitions of Care Across the Continuum - March 19, 2019

This conference will address issues that impact transitions of care for patients and families across the continuum. Participants will gain knowledge regarding strategies to improve outcomes for complex patients, reduce readmissions and develop sustainable healthcare community coalitions.

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Overview

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L. Paz-Gonzalez & E. Rossetti Presentation

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E. Auchincloss Presentation

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K. Birdsall Presentation

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M. Lopreiato & D. Blewett Presentation

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D. Moore Presentation

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N. Desai Presentation

What's New in Managed Medicaid: Acute Care, Long Term Services and Supports and Behavioral Health - March 14, 2019

NJHA and LeadingAge NJ continue to pursue efforts to foster communication and collaboration surrounding the ever-changing Medicaid Managed Care environment by offering the fifith annual Medicaid Managed Care Provider Update.

Attendees across the continuum of care will learn about recent policy and operations updates from the Department of Health Services. In addition, each of the Medicaid Managed Care Organizations will offer presentations on their Medicaid managed care operations for acute care, MLTSS and the Medicaid expansion population, including those covered under the alternative benefit plan. Additionally, this year representatives from New Jersey's Programs of All-Inclusive Care for Elderly (PACE) will participate and provide an overview of PACE enrollment and operations.

Topics will include eligibiliy determinations, enrollment, care management, quality measurements, claims process and payments.

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AETNA Presentation

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Amerigroup Presentation

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DHS Presentation

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Horizon Presentation

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Pace Presentation

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United Health Care Presentation

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WellCare Presentation

NJHIIN Using A Targeted Approach to Prevent Healthcare - Associated Infections Workshop

March 12, 2019

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The Targeted Assessment for Prevention (TAP) Strategy is a framework for quality improvement, developed by the Centers for Diseas Control and Prevention using data for action to prevent healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). The TAP Strategy consists of three components:

  1. Running TAP Repots in the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) to target healthcare facilities and specific units with an excess burden of HAIs.
  2. Administering TAP Facility Assessment Tools to identify gaps in infection prevention in the targeted locations.
  3. Accessing infection prevention resources within the TAP Implementation Guides to address those gaps.

This full-day workshop will provide education and coaching on how the TAP Strategy can be used to enhance infection prevention efforts within acute care and long-term acute care hospitals

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Overview Presentation

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Infection Prevention Presentation

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C. Diff Prevention Presentation

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CLASBI Prevention Presentation

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CAUTI Prevention Presentation