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We just experienced two of the biggest industry challenges in healthcare history – COVID-19 and a radically new payment system. Now we face yet another challenge with a significant expansion of value-based care. Agencies who are slow to respond or lack clarity on what to do may have their viability questioned. Agencies that have responded quickly and have tested an array of best practices in staffing, technology, clinical strategies, and operations will come ahead. Which side will you be on?
Get ready to find out strategies that work!
Join Dimitri Panacopoulos, Principal at BerryDunn and Lindsay Doak, National Director of the largest national best practice study in our field, as they come together to answer two critical questions;
1. What are the industry forces driving the changes?
2. What are the best practices the most successful agencies have implemented to respond to these changes?
Through this dynamic presentation, you will find out what works, what doesn’t, and what you can do to improve the overall success of your agency.
“This is the most comprehensive study on the delivery of care at home to date, results will include best practices on the topics of staffing, reimbursement, new care delivery models, palliative care, and more. Home-based care is the future of healthcare and we want to be part of helping the industry grow.” -- Lindsay Doak, Study Director
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About the Speakers
Lindsay Doak is the Director of Research and Education at BerryDunn. She is a seasoned leader in the industry, with 16 collective years of experience leading
strategic direction and growth initiatives for the healthcare education, business intelligence, and patient satisfaction markets. Lindsay’s role with BerryDunn includes spearheading the 2021 National Healthcare at Home Best Practices and Future Insights Study. She has extensive experience working on national studies, and has served as Co-Chair of the Phillips National Telehealth Study. Her past experience includes the creation of education platforms and certification programs, providing strategic direction to align programs and content offerings with current industry needs.
Dimitri is a Principal in BerryDunn’s Healthcare Practice Group, where he works exclusively with home health and hospice care organizations. He oversees financial, reimbursement, and consulting services, including audits,
cost reports, operational analysis, coding and OASIS, and financial due diligence.
Dimitri has more than 15 years of experience working with VNAs, home health, hospice, and private duty agencies across the country. He is committed to educating home care agencies by keeping abreast of emerging issues affecting the home care industry. He uses his experience and
knowledge to provide agencies across the country with greater understanding
of their internal operations and helps them identify opportunities through the
use of targeted operational metrics.