Navigating Your Path to Success Under the SNF Patient Driven Payment Model - June 27, 2019

Just 95 days from the date of this seminar, the Patient Driven Model Payment Model will take effect for skilled nursing facilities. Is your nursing home ready? Are hospitals ready? This seminar will feature Health Dimension Group's team of experts as captains of the journey to success under the PDPM. Starting with the most current policy clarifications from CMS and context under Medicare reform, this program will engage attendees in activities that guage readiness and steer them towards areas to focus on as they are making final preparations for implementation this summer. Our focus will be on rehabilitation, coding and documentation, and operational excellence. The program will utilize case studies and an interactive approach in order to ensure that key takeaway message are reinforces.

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K. Davis Presentation

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M. Kastenholtz Presentation

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M. Riley Presentation

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B. Ellsworth Presentation

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HDG PDPM Team Presentation

NJHIIN Opioid Stewardship Workshop - June 17, 2019

The effects of opioid misuse and overdose have become a national epidemic. Addressing this urgent problem requires a multi-pronged approach to achieve improvement. Hospitals can help to achieve the goal of reducing harm from opioid medication through strategic opioid stewardship programs. Join the New Jersey Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (NJHIIN) for this opioid stewardship workshop to learn how your organization can take interdisciplinary approach to improve opioid-related outcomes.

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L. Nelson (Reducing Risk) Presentation

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F. Iannaccone Presentation


D. Haniak Presentation

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E. Zerbo Presentation

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L. Nelson (Harm Reduction) Presentation

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R. Haroz Presentation

Thinking Outside the Box: Bolstering Response Capabilities, Building Partnerships & Preparing for the Unexpected - June 3, 2019

Community and state preparedness are essential to the health security of all Americans. The degree of integration of health care services with each other and across the continuum of public health, behavioral health and social services contributes significantly to overall community health and relatedly, the community's resilience to withstand the impacts of a disaster. Events in the last few years have demonstrated how critical it is for health systems locally and across the country to be ready and able to respond quickly and effectively.

Amy Herman - will guide us through methods to change the way we look at and respond to events through The Art of Perception.

Sheri Fink - Author of Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital, will share unique circumstances that challenge the way we prepare.

Ocean County Public Health Department's Mukesh Roy and Daniel Regenye, with Dr. Hillel Peltz from CHEMED Health Center, will discuss challenges, partnerships and best practices from their experiences during a measles outbreak.

Elya Baltazar and Susan Pe;aez from Northwest Healthcare Response Network, will share their experiences working with community partners to increase medical surge capabilities and share a preparedness curriculum to build community resilience for a disaster.

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A. Herman Presentation

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H. Peltz, M. Roy, & D. Regenye Presentation

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E. Baltazar & S. Pelaez Presentatiion

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S. Fink Presentation