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HPCAR/WellSky Learn and Learn
HPCAR Association Office Lower Level Conference Room
2851 S. Parker Road
Aurora, CO 80014
Tuesday, June 04, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM MDT
Category: Education Event

HPCAR/WellSky Lunch and Learn

Higher levels of care: what you need to know and what you need to do

Presented by pioneering hospice physician Marcia Levetown, MD, MMM, HMDC, FAAHPM.

WHEN: Tuesday, June 4 from 11:30am - 1:00pm
WHERE: HPCAR Association Office, Lower Level Conference Room, 2851 S. Parker, Aurora, CO 80014

Approved for 1 Nursing Contact Hour

To remain compliant and provide quality end-of-life care, hospices must understand and meet CMS requirements for the two higher levels of care. With a recent increase in CMS scrutiny regarding continuous care and general inpatient care, especially in nursing homes and assisted living settings, it is more important than ever for your agency to understand CMS expectations and regulations regarding clinical care and documentation requirements in these settings.

Join us for a free lunch & learn session presented by pioneering hospice physician Marcia Levetown, MD, MMM, HMDC, FAAHPM. Dr. Levetown will share the findings of the OIG and CMS expectations of hospice levels of care.

Speaker Biography:

Marcia Levetown, MD, MMM, HMDC, FAAHPM

Dr. Marcia Levetown was among the first physicians in the U.S. to be certified in hospice and palliative medicine in 2008. She has been a pioneer in the field since 1994 and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Dr. Levetown has held professorships in internal medicine and pediatrics, served as the inaugural Chair of the Institute of Palliative Care at the Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas, as Regional Medical Director for Vitas, and served as a member of an IOM Committee. She is a highly sought after speaker, author of two books, several chapters in leading palliative care textbooks, many articles and national policies on ethics and palliative care topics.

Learning Objectives:

Attend to learn about:

  • The requirements for the four levels of care that Medicare mandates for all hospices
  • Details of eligibility and expectations for Continuous and GIP Care
  • Your hospice team’s responsibility for and management of Continuous Care and GIP/IPU patients

Don’t miss this important opportunity to help your team stay compliant and provide quality end-of-life care. Seats fill quickly, so register now to reserve your spot!

RSVP Here!