2018 Home Health CoP Workshop

Learn in an interactive enviorment designed specifically for home health providers

The Mississippi Association of Home Care and the Mississippi Hospital Association are co-sponsoring a Home Health Conditions of Participation Workshop. Learn in an interactive environment designed specifically for home health providers!

• Identify new and changed regulations in the 2018 HH Conditions of Participation
• Learn what policies and processes need to be revised for compliance
• Know how the survey process has changed and what a surveyor will be looking for
• Identify what your field clinicians need know and do as related to the new CoPs

• Training documents for education of clinical staff
• Template for a Patient Plan of Care Summary
• A listing of the new G-tags for a Level 1 and Level 2 Survey

Is my Bill of Rights compliant?
What do I have to give patients and when?
What is a patient representative and how do I include them?
What new items does my Plan of Care have to include?
What has to be included on a Patient Plan of Care Summary?
What needs to be included in a QAPI Program?
Am I doing everything I need to do in my Emergency Preparedness Plan?!


Penny Lovitt, RN, MSN, Chief Executive Officer/Managing Partner, Ohen Consulting

Penny has an extensive background in health care management, with a distinctive focus on home health, hospice and private duty for over 25 years. Penny is a steady influence in chaotic environments and excels at facilitating resolution to problems and group facilitation.

Penny’s executive management experience includes implementing new software systems, data analysis, creating and executing care delivery models, assisting with the development of telehealth programs including leading one of the first home care companies to the successful implementation of telehealth. She has developed and implemented a successful hospital readmission reduction program, as well as a case management model of care with specialties including wound care and infusion. Penny has been responsible for effective results in homecare, bringing the triangle of financial, clinical and sales together for the best possible results in home care.

Penny has served as President of the state association of homecare for multiple terms. She is also a member of the National Association of HomeCare and has served on multiple committees and teams. She has served as a board member for the state nursing association and the Mississippi Nurses Foundation and the advisory board for the University of Southern Mississippi School of Nursing. Penny has her Master’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Southern Mississippi.


MHA and MAHC members can attend the workshop for $179. Non-members can attend for $249. Download the registration form here. All registrations will be handled through MAHC. If you need help or more information, contact Mary Lea Nations at mnations@mahc.org.
3/22/2018 10:00 AM - 3/22/2018 4:00 PM
116 Woodgreen Crossing
Madison, MS 39110 United States

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