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Your CHAP on-the-go source for news + policy review, innovation, interviews with thought leaders, and the top trends in community-based care.The views expressed by the authors, hosts, and guests are their own, and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by CHAP employees are those of the employees and do not necessarily reflect the organization's view.
 
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In this episode, we explore the business case, value proposition, how to improve the patient care experience, improve CAP scores, the importance of collaborative decision making, and the impact to agencies providing Age-Friendly Care at Home. More than ever before, patients want individualized care, more say in their care, being involved in decisio…
 
What is CHAP building? How does it benefit healthcare providers and agencies? How does this help the patient? Why asking "What Matters" is the most critical question when speaking to a patient. CHAP is creating an Age-Friendly Care at Home certification process through our partnership with The John A. Hartford Foundation and the Institute for Healt…
 
An introduction to Age-Friendly Care at Home. According to the US Census Bureau, the US population aged 65+ years is expected to nearly double over the next 30 years, from 43.1 million in 2012 to an estimated 83.7 million in 2050. We have an aging population with a growing demand for healthcare and not enough healthcare workers to meet this demand.…
 
Knee deep in one of the most tumultuous job markets that anyone can remember and healthcare workers quitting at unprecedented numbers, what are providers to do? Jennifer Kennedy sat down with Stephanie Johnston from Transcend Strategy Group to discuss staff recruitment and retention, including the number one solution to burnout that a care-in-the-h…
 
Home Care has tremendous value for the people and families receiving care. In This episode, Jennifer Kennedy and CEO Tim Hanold from Care Advantage shares insights on what quality indicators payors look for in network partners and what metrics matter most in value-based purchasing and risk relationships. Learn more about Age-Friendly Health Care Co…
 
Running a hospital-at-home program at the agency level may sound out of reach for some. Summer Napier, President & CEO of Healing Hands Healthcare, talks to Jennifer Kennedy about her program and gives insights they learned while building. Learn more about Age-Friendly Health Care Connect with us - LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook Leave us a Go…
 
Advance Care Planning is a process, not a one-time event that includes an individual and their loved ones. People’s goals change over time. As we saw with COVID-19, many patients changed their minds regarding ventilators and life support. Stephanie Anderson from Respecting Choices says it’s not just enough to educate about advance care planning but…
 
Starting palliative care in rural New Mexico has its challenges. Education, billing, adding clinicians from other care settings, and referral source alignment, to name a few. Jacob Martinez from Mountain Home Health and Hospice talks about their steps to build a thriving program that has improved their quality and gives patients the care they need.…
 
Kathleen Kerr from Transforming Care Partners joins Jennifer Kennedy to talk about how Palliative Care providers and payers address the questions/uncertainties regarding what to provide, to whom, by whom, how to assess, and a lot of variation in those elements. Learn more about Age-Friendly Health Care Connect with us - LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, …
 
Jennifer Kennedy talks to Maria Warren, VP of Clinical Consulting Services from McBee about what's involved in optimally managing an episode of care for a patient, episode management in value-based purchasing, and its impact on quality. Learn more about Age-Friendly Health Care Connect with us - LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook Leave us a Googl…
 
We know that health disparities have existed in various ways, but it took a pandemic to shine a light on a critical topic. How do we increase access to quality care and serve the underserved? Jennifer Kennedy and Nicole M. Davis tackle the newly posted CMS Framework for Health Equity and talk about what this means for providers. Check out our Healt…
 
In this episode, Jennifer Kennedy talks with Dr. Amy Moss from Amedisys, and Jason Banks from nVoq about what it's like to be a medical director in 2022. They discuss the ever-evolving role of the physician in hospice, and how to use technology to help your hospice physician deliver on the expectation of documentation while weaving a beautiful pati…
 
“Contractor Can of Worms” - the new vaccine mandate has put a new layer of inspection on records kept about contract employees. Jennifer Kennedy talks with Sharon Litwin about what else to be mindful about when bringing on a staffing agency. Learn more about Age-Friendly Health Care Connect with us - LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook Leave us a …
 
,Jennifer Kennedy speaks to our National Medical Director, Dr. Khai Nguyen. Hear answers to important questions like, what does a physician look for in an in-home care provider, how providers can gain or lose a physician's trust, and learn about what he sees is needed today in the geriatric population. Learn more about Age-Friendly Health Care Conn…
 
Welcome and thanks for listening to our first episode. Subscribe to hear all the new episodes the day they are published. Learn more about Age-Friendly Health Care Connect with us - LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook Leave us a Google Review Subscribe to our emails Visit our websiteद्वारा CHAP - Community Healthcare Accreditation Partners
 
Dr. Jennifer Kennedy and Kim Skehan from Simitree Consulting sit down to discuss updates to the hospice survey and enforcement changes. Learn more about Age-Friendly Health Care Connect with us - LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook Leave us a Google Review Subscribe to our emails Visit our websiteद्वारा CHAP - Community Healthcare Accreditation Partners
 
This interview took place in two parts: right before and right after they appeared before the ABHE Commission on Accreditation for a major decision. Agron & Associates, Inc. is a team of accreditation consultants that, since 1999, have specialized in helping Bible colleges achieve accreditation. Our mission is to raise up Christian colleges in qual…
 
A discussion of how to qualify to grant F-1 study visas, how to apply, how to opperate the program, and where to find resources Agron & Associates, Inc. is a team of accreditation consultants that, since 1999, have specialized in helping Biblecolleges achieve accreditation. Our mission is to raise up Christian colleges in quality, quantity and repu…
 
One of my research areas for my dissertation was the types of instructional methods that can achieve character qualities (e.g, affective objectives, habits, will, ...). I saw that the visual and performing arts are ideal for impacting the heart. They can be used to mitigate some of the weaknesses of the traditional academic model. Even more exiciti…
 
Listen to this (and other material) as a podcast at www.accreditation101.com. If you are a board member, you have a great honor, and a great responsibility. Certainly you would be volunteering your time, talent, and treasure because you see your school’s ministry as something worth doing for God. Occasionally, a school has board members who are not…
 
Today I am replacing chapters 3-5 with chapters 6-7. Chapter six deals with the relationship of the board with the administration. It is important that they understand each other's unique role (and that neither usurps the authority of the other). Chapter seven deals with various policies. I welcome your feedback. After all chapters are reviewed, th…
 
Chapter I. Purpose of the Board of Directors In Susan Scribner’s book, Boards from Hell, Scribner describes a variety of dysfunctional boards. Among others, she suggests these types of boards that you would never want to participate in: Phantom Boards (Missing in Action). Tennessee Fainting Goats Boards (I Can’t) Bordellos (Self-Serving Members) Mu…
 
Show Notes 081218: How to Write a Self Study – Overview of the Compliance Document What is a Self Study The Heart of the Process 3 Documents A Committee writing a Dissertation (broad participation – steering committee and subcommittees) The Compliance Document Based on Agency Standards (vs IR Plan) – for example: o Mission and Goals o Governance an…
 
In this podcast we will discuss 1. Why schools want to be accredited 2. Possible time lines and steps 3. Common roadblocks Why: Benefits of Accreditation 1. Certification of quality 2. Process for developing quality 3. More students will want to attend your school a. Value of the degree to students – resume, transferability b. FAFSA 4. Achieve your…
 
We present the third in a series of podcasts discussing the value of the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) credential to the professional public relations practitioner. These podcasts are produced under the auspices of the Accreditation Marketing Committee of the Public Relations Society of America. Ferne Bonomi, APR, Fellow, PRSA In this pod…
 
We present the second in a series of podcasts discussing the value of the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) credential to the professional public relations practitioner. These podcasts are produced under the auspices of the Accreditation Marketing Committee of the Public Relations Society of America. Nan Baldwin, APR In this podcast, we inter…
 
We begin a series of podcasts discussing the value of the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) credential to the professional public relations practitioner. These podcasts are produced under the auspices of the Accreditation Marketing Committee of the Public Relations Society of America. In this inaugural podcast, we interview Edward M. Bury, AP…
 
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