Compulsive Hoarding Webinar & Other HHQI June Events

The Home Health Quality Improvement National Campaign wants to share the opportunity for providers and your clinicians to register for an exciting upcoming free HHQI Webinar broadcast: Compulsive Hoarding for Case Managers on June 12 from 2:00-4:00pm ET.  You can reserve your spot now by clicking here now.

This two-hour webinar is a joint presentation of the HHQI National Campaign’s Underserved Populations Network and Celtic Healthcare of Mars, Pennsylvania. Celtic Healthcare will be providing free Social Worker continuing education contact hours (NASW approved – 2.0 hours) for attending the live session on June 12 from 2:00-4:00pm ET.

Keynote presenters for the webinar will be Celtic Medical Director Dr. Patricia Nay, and Celtic Eastern Regional VP Tonya Miller. It will be a perfect opportunity for leadership to invite staff, including nursing, therapy, and social workers to come together and participate in the educational session. The presentation will be followed by discussions on how agencies can work as an interdisciplinary team to assist patients who have hoarding tendencies to be safer in their homes.

Please register for this event and post the attached flyer for everyone to have opportunity to register before all of the ‘seats’ are reserved.

Also, don’t forget, the Immunization and Infection Prevention Best Practice Intervention Package will be published on June 3!  It’s time to start thinking about how your agency can reach the 100% Immunized status. While on this topic, HHQI will be producing the HHQI Immunization Data Reports which will be available around June 23. If you are a CMS reporting agency, you already have reports just waiting to be viewed. Have a look and see how your agency is comparing to others in our state and around the country.

Please contact us if you have any questions as HCAF is the HHQI Network Coordinator in our state, or you can visit the HHQI Web site at www.homehealthquality.org for questions. Thank you again for joining us in improving the quality of care our home health patients receive.

Tags:


%d bloggers like this: