Maryland-National Capital Homecare Association

Perspectives on True Palliative Care

  • Tuesday, June 11, 2019
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Webinar

Registration

  • An unlimited number of participants from the agency/ company/ organization may join the webinar for this fee. Each participant must complete the half-sheet participant form that you will receive after registration in order to receive the certificate of completion.

Registration is closed

In partnership with the
Nebraska Home Care Association


Home health agencies will gain a better understanding of the palliative care model of care, how palliative care can decrease overall healthcare expenditures across the continuum of care and improve population health management.  


Objectives:

  1. Define the scope and role of palliative care for individuals with serious illnesses.

  2. Discuss the palliative care model of care.

  3. Illustrate how the palliative care model of care decreases overall healthcare expenditures across the continuum of care and improves population health management.

 

About the Speaker


Timothy G. Ihrig, M.D., M.A.

Timothy G. Ihrig, M.D., M.A. is Chief Medical Officer of Crossroads Hospice and Palliative Care. He also is founder and Chief Executive Officer of Ihrig MD & Associates. Dr. Ihrig is a palliative care physician. He cares for the most vulnerable and sick individuals. He creates and leads health systems and teams through change that care for the most seriously ill people. He is internationally recognized for combining clinical and administrative experience in creating health and social care systems that reliably deliver high-value outcomes in a financially sustainable manner for seriously ill populations. His expertise is understanding risk as applied to healthcare systems, payers and providers, its effect on micro- and macro-economics, population health, regulatory compliance and their interactions. The fundamental principle of combining his visionary approach to care delivery through a unique philosophical perspective and implementing them via defined pathways enhance whole-person, relationship-based care. This has led to unparalleled success in across-the-continuum population health and community based care program development and innovation.


Continuing Education Contact Hours pending approval from Iowa Western Community College, Iowa Board of Nursing Provider #6

Registration


$150 flat rate per agency/organization/company (unlimited number of employees may participate)  Click here to register.


After registering your company

You will be contacted so that we may collect the names and email addresses of all staff who will be participating in the webinar.


Participating companies will receive an email confirmation after they register with the webinar link and instructions on how to log in to the webinar.


In order to receive a Certificate of Completion, each participant must:
1.    Attend the entire webinar.
2.    Complete an online evaluation form.
3.    Complete, sign and submit a half sheet for each participant with the Last four digits of Social Security Number; First & Last Name; Birth Date; Address, City, State, Zip; Phone Number; Email Address; License/Certification Number; and Signature.

Upon receipt of this information, a certificate of completion will be emailed to each participant.


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