Hosted by policy consultants Jenna Paladino and Neleen Rubin, Capitol Conversations is a new series of monthly calls focusing on public policy and home-based care. These calls are the perfect opportunity for members to stay current on what's happening in Washington. This week's call will include a quick overview of current Congressional activity, and information on the PDGM bill, the hospice rule update, and the MA carve-in for hospice.
At the 2019 LeadingAge Leadership Summit, thought leaders from both inside and outside the aging services field come together to take part in mission-critical conversations addressing what’s happening in our complex, often chaotic world and how we can effectively respond to a variety of market forces impacting us. Over the course of three days, influencers with a variety of perspectives will discuss market disruptors, explore new business models and partnership opportunities, weigh the viability of new technologies, and stay abreast of policies impacting how you care for older adults.
Dementia care is too often managed only medically rather than within the context of the person's relationship with his or her family or caregiver, which can strain all involved. If left untreated, Behavioral Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD) can contribute to an increased cost of care, heightened stress to nursing and caregivers, and decreased quality of life and meaningful purpose for the resident.
Health care team members have often referred to the family caregiver as “the second patient.” This course reviews the significant burden of stress facing the caregiver and its correlation to the resident receiving care by the health care team.
The new Medicare Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) begins October 1, 2019.
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October 2-4, 2019
2019 Fall Conference & 39th Annual Exhibitors Forum
Complete conference brochure & details expected to be available August 2019
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