SHP to exhibit and speak at the 2017 NAHC Financial Management Conference

July 16 - 18, 2017 Hartford, Connecticut

NAHC’s Financial Management Conference & Exposition is the premier event for financial managers in home care and hospice.

SHP representatives will be at booth #205 excited to show you how our solutions can help you improve quality and increase revenue. To schedule a product demo or in-person meeting with an SHP associate at the conference, contact us at 805-963-9446, email sales@shpdata.com, or fill out an inquiry form.

If you are attending don't miss SHP's Chris Attaya presenting with Gina Mazza of Fazzi Associates and Tony Gupton of 3HC about HHVBP first year perspectives:

Medicare Home Health Value-Based Purchasing Demonstration Update

Tuesday, July 18 | Cityside Room 21 at 10:00-11:40 am
Speakers: Chris Attaya, MBA, FHFMA, Vice President of Business Intelligence, SHP 
Gina Mazza BSN, RN, CPHQ, Partner, Director of Regulatory & Compliance Services, Fazzi Associates, Inc.
Tony Gupton, Vice President of Human Resources & Quality/Compliance, 3HC

The first “performance year” of Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP) is over. CMS will be reporting the Total Performance Scores (TPS) to agencies in August 2017, but what have we learned about how agencies performed in CY 2016. What are some of the lessons learned on successes and failures in improving HHVBP measure scores and overall performance scores? Whether you are within one of the nine states in the demonstration or otherwise, this program will provide essential insights into the forces at play and the directions necessary for success in the expanding world of value-based health care.

Objectives:

  • Describe the latest updates and insights from CMS regarding the HHVBP initiative and changes made over the last year
  • Share the HHVBP measure scoring changes over CY 2016 and the impact on the performance scores across the nine demonstration states
  • Review the best practices and lessons learned from agency HHVBP initiatives that worked and didn’t work