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Virtual Boot Camp in Home-Based Primary Care: Essential Elements and Advanced Applications in Home Based Primary Care™
Special Promotion
Since participants often leave the workshops energized and eager to implement what they’ve learned, we are pleased to include in your Virtual Boot Camp enrollment a free post-workshop, one-hour consultation with our experts (limited to one free consultation per practice). You will be invited to bring into this discussion others from your practice to expose them to some of the clinical and operational enhancements introduced at the workshops, and we will propose some preliminary steps to help you achieve your goals.
Description
The Essential Elements in Home-Based Primary Care™ two-day foundational workshop will be presented virtually on April 15-16, 2021 and is designed for learners who are considering or who are relatively new to offering home-based primary care (HBPC) services for patients with complex medical conditions. Through this workshop, clinical providers, practice managers and operations staff will enhance their knowledge, competence, and performance in providing optimal HBPC based on current recommendations from national experts. This virtual workshop features case-based sessions focusing on clinical and economic factors unique to home-based primary care, including patient assessment; infection control; medication management; acute/urgent care; technology useful in enhancing patient care and productivity; cultural competence; staffing, operations and durable medical equipment; coding and billing; provider safety and self-care.

The Advanced Applications in Home-Based Primary Care™ two-day workshop will be presented virtually on June 24-25, 2021 and is designed for experienced home-based primary care (HBPC) providers and practice staff. Case-based sessions focus on higher-level topics in HBPC such as advance care planning, prognostication, care coordination and transitions of care, caregiver support, and challenging clinical issues such as dementia and polypharmacy. Instruction will also include video simulation of procedures commonly performed in the home.

In addition, this workshop features tips and strategies related to coding and documentation, workflow and staff productivity, and demonstrating the value of HBPC. You will leave this interactive workshop with enhanced knowledge and skills you can immediately and confidently apply in your practice.
Objectives
Upon completion of the Essential Elements workshop, learners will be able to:
1. Describe the role of HBPC in various contexts, including Population Health, Public Health and the developing systesm of health care.

2. Apply the 4Ms Framework of an Age-Friendly Health System to the care of people with multi-morbidities in the home.

3. Provide optimal patient care in a simulated home setting and demonstrate appropriate coding and documentation for the visit.

4. Examine and discuss the business models, economic drivers, and quality indicators for HBPC and their impact on care delivery.

Upon completion of the Advanced Applications workshop, learners will be able to:
1. Discuss optimal care and management strategies through challenging home-based primary care (HBPC) cases, including patients with dementia. 

2. Assess evidence-based practices for medication management, identify potential pitfalls and dangers of polypharmacy, discuss a structured approach for de-prescribing and review strategies for maximizing adherence.

3. Apply optimal practices in coordinating the care of homebound patients during transition, including handoffs, medication reconciliation and collaboration with community agencies.

4. Manage difficult conversations with patients and family around advance care planning, serious illness communication and prognostication.

5. Describe the importance of caregiver support, as well as the screening tools and resources that can be utilized for caregivers.

6. Identify billing opportunities and documentation requirements beyond the normal E/M codes and apply strategies for implementing these services into daily practice.

7. Compare various staffing models for HBPC and examine opportunities for improving workflow and efficiency.

8. Describe the steps involved in performing common procedures required in HBPC, including tracheostomy tube exchange, gastrostomy tube removal and replacement, wound care, and knee joint aspiration and injection.
Intended Audience
These workshops are intended for physicians, advanced practice providers, nurses, practice managers/administrators, social workers, residents/fellows, medical assistants, and other practice operations staff.
Credit Information

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of PeerPoint Medical Education Institute and the Home Centered Care Institute. PeerPoint Medical Education Institute is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

PeerPoint Medical Education Institute designates this live activity for a maximum of 26.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Cancellation Policy
Maximum Workshop Enrollment 
Workshop enrollment is limited to 40 learners per offering. If paying by check, your registration is not considered final until payment has been received and your registration confirmed by HCCI.
 

Cancellation & Refunds 
HCCI reserves the right to cancel a Workshop at any time for any reason. If HCCI cancels a Workshop, you will have the option to either a) transfer tuition paid to another HCCI Workshop or b) receive a refund.You must inform HCCI of your choice of either the transfer or refund within two (2) weeks of the Workshop cancellation. If no such notification is received, HCCI will issue a refund.
 

If you wish to cancel your registration you must send notice of cancellation via e-mail to education@hccinstitute.org. Notices received prior to 5:00 pm CST two weeks prior to the first day of the Workshop will be refunded the amount of the tuition paid less a $75 administrative fee. In lieu of a refund, the full amount of the tuition paid may be applied to a future HCCI Workshop. The request to apply tuition credit to a future Workshop must be made in writing by e-mail within two weeks of the cancellation or a refund will be issued.
   

Cancellation requests submitted after the deadline noted above, will not receive a refund. No-shows will not be eligible for a refund or transfer of tuition.  

Other 

Requests to transfer your registration to another person will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Transfer requests must be made in writing no later than 5:00 pm CST one week before the first day of the Workshop. The Workshop is designed as a comprehensive two-day activity, and enrollment may not be “split” between participants. Likewise, there is no single-day tuition. 

HCCI is not liable or responsible for any travel, lodging or work expenses incurred in the event of a Workshop cancellation that is initiated by either HCCI or the learner.   
Summary
Availability: Hybrid
Cost: $899.00
Credit Offered: 26.5 CME Credits
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