MainCon Sessions

Thursday, July 22, 2021


Advancing SNF-at-Home for Wound Care Patients

This presentation will provide best practices, techniques, and case studies to help home health agencies evaluate and implement wound care-focused, "SNF-at-Home" programs.


A Practical Guide to Home Health Competency Program

Learn how to develop a successful competency program to increase your clinicians’ confidence and professional advancement, as well as improve patient outcomes.

  • Details: 10:00-10:50 AM, Meyer 2

  • Faculty: Irina Gorovaya, Amity Healthcare Group, LLC


How Operational Metrics Guide Marketing Strategy

Calculating your patient/client value based on referral type can lead to more accurate marketing decisions and marketing budgets in order to increase return on investment.

  • Details: 10:00-10:50 AM, Citron East

  • Faculty: Justin Gold, Helping Hand Nursing Services


Destination Talent: Steps for Identifying, Vetting, and Hiring Top Talent for Home- and Community-Based Care

Make your next organizational hire a more timely and successful effort, paving the way for the successful onboarding of a new team member for maximum impact.

  • Details: 10:00-10:50 AM, Citron North-Central

  • Faculty: Eric Scharber, SimiTree Healthcare Consulting


Working Out the Kinks of NOMNCs and QIO Appeals

This session reviews the basics of Notice of Medicare Non-Coverage (NOMNC), how to respond to a Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) appeal request, and how to avoid common mistakes.

  • Details: 10:00-10:50 AM, Meyer 1

  • Faculty: Nanette Smith, Managed Care Consultants of Florida


Future Forward: Navigating the New Sales Mindset

An interactive, fast-paced session on creating a high-performing sales team from the inside out.


Your 2021 Employment Law Update

This informative and comprehensive presentation will cover the most pressing employment law questions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Details: 11:00-11:50 AM, Citron East

  • Faculty: Bob King, Esq., Legally Nanny®


Survey Readiness is NOT Optional! What Can Providers Do in 2021 and Beyond?

Review the most problematic survey issues impacting home health providers, and strategies and resources to establish an ongoing survey-readiness culture and process.

  • Details: 11:00-11:50 AM, Citron West

  • Faculty: Kimberly Skehan, SimiTree Healthcare Consulting


Women Working for Retirement

Learn to plan for a more financially secure retirement, and what you should do right now, with a case study that demonstrates why having a good retirement plan helps attract, retain, and educate employees about saving for their retirement.


Managing Home Health for Ongoing Success with IMPACT Act Changes: Targets to Address for Performance in the Value Era (Part 1 of 2)

Identify areas of your home health operational and clinical management processes that don’t provide Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) outcomes you want.

  • Details: 11:00-11:50 AM, Citron North-Central (Part 2 will continue at 1:00 PM for 50 minutes in Citron North-Central)

  • Faculty: Arnie Cisneros & Kimberly McCormick, Home Health Strategic Management


Startup Success

This session is for startup agencies to learn the operational, clinical, and marketing requirements necessary to run a compliant and prosperous agency.

  • Details: 1:00-1:50 PM, Meyer 2

  • Faculty: Christina Crumbley, Tidal Healthcare Consulting, LLC


Unharnessing the Power of Culture to Recruit, Inspire, and Retain Caregivers

Explore how creating a culture of care internally can be your biggest weapon to recruit, retain, and engage caregivers.


Anti-Kickback Issues in Health Care: From Provider Contracts to Marketing Arrangements

Understand the far-reaching implications of the Anti-Kickback Statute and obtain proactive compliance guidance during this session.

  • Details: 1:00-1:50 PM, Citron East

  • Faculty: Dave Davidson, Esq., Florida Healthcare Law Firm


Managing Home Health for Ongoing Success with IMPACT Act Changes: Targets to Address for Performance in the Value Era (Part 2 of 2)

Learn where the Patient-Driven Grouping Model (PDGM) outcomes are found in your agency, and rewire for success today and tomorrow.


How to Dominate Long-Term Care Insurance Referrals

Learn to master the art of building incredible revenue through long-term care insurance clients.

  • Details: 2:10-3:30 PM, Citron East

  • Faculty: Adam Corcoran, Golden Care


No-Pay RAP & Notice of Admission: Guidance for Success

This session will review the recent status of edits causing issues for providers, no-pay Requests for Anticipated Payment (RAP), and the Notice of Admission (NOA) coming next year.

  • Details: 2:10-3:30 PM, Citron North-Central

  • Faculty: Melinda Gaboury, Healthcare Provider Solutions


PDGM, Documentation, and Utilization

Does your documentation support your utilization? This session will prepare providers to have their Medicare records scrutinized with a review of utilization patterns in Florida compared to the national average.

  • Details: 2:10-3:30 PM, Citron West

  • Faculty: J'non Griffin, SimiTree Healthcare Consulting


Fine Tune the Start of Care Visit

During this session, the presenters will walk attendees through the complex process of the start of care and share tips to successfully navigate the visit.


Dipping Our Toes Into OASIS-E

Get a head start on mastering the new OASIS-E, including proposed modifications, changes, deletions, and qualify measure changes from OASIS-D1.

  • Details: 2:10-3:30 PM, Meyer 2

  • Faculty: Apryl Swafford, SimiTree Healthcare Consulting