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How to Establish Essential Preferred Provider Relationships Teleconference OR Recording
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When: June 20th Live & June 27th Recording
Noon - 1:30 PM Central Time
Where: United States
Contact: Rochelle Pedigo

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The Tennessee Association for Home Care presents How to Establish Essential Preferred Provider Relationships TELECONFERENCE OR AUDIO RECORDING

Dates: Thursday, June 20th, 2019 Live Teleconference
Encore Date: Thursday, June 27th, 2019 (Playback available all day “on demand” of Thursday, June 20th 2019 Live Teleconference)
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Central Time for live teleconference


Description: Preferred Provider Agreements now seem essential for all types of home care providers; including home health agencies, hospices, HME companies and private duty agencies; in order to establish and/or strengthen relationships with referral sources. The “window” for these Agreements is open wider than ever, but is likely to narrow or close soon so now is the time! What do various types of referral sources, including hospitals, SNFs, ALFs/ILFs and physicians want from their preferred partners? Why should hospices be especially interested in relationships with SNFs? What are key provisions to include in Preferred Provider Agreements? Another important issue is how to “square” Preferred Provider Agreements with patients’ right to freedom of choice. Attend this session to learn in detail how to have effective preferred provider relationships and comply with freedom of choice requirements. Get your questions answered in a Q & A session at the end of the teleconference. Get started now with information from this teleconference!

Speaker: Elizabeth Hogue is an attorney in private practice with extensive experience in health care.  Prior to becoming an attorney, she was employed as a personnel manager by a Blue Cross-Blue Shield Plan.  She studied at the University of Maryland School of Law, concentrating in health law, and gained considerable clinical experience, course work, and employment experience in this area.  Following her admission to the Bar, she developed an active practice in health law.  She represents clients all over the country.  Her clients are professional associations, managed care providers, and institutional health care providers; including hospitals, long-term care facilities, home health agencies, durable medical equipment companies, and hospices.  Ms. Hogue gives numerous presentations each year on health-related topics.  Her articles are regularly included in trade association publications and other journals.  Ms. Hogue is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association.

Member Price: $155.00 for Live Teleconference 

Member Price: $155.00 for Audio Recording

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