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2019 HPCFM ANNUAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE
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October 28th, 29th, and 30th at the Four Points by Sheraton, Norwood, MA
The 2019 Annual Education Conference will kick off on Monday, October 28th with the Preconference followed by the General Conference on Tuesday and Wednesday October 29th & 30th, featuring a comprehensive offering of 24+ workshops each day informing all disciplines of end-of-life care on a variety of topics
Registration NOW OPEN ~ Register NOW and save on Conference Rates
- Early Bird Rate - Now - October 4 ~ $195* Member/$245* Non-Member
- Advanced Rate - Oct 5 – 25 ~ $235* Member/$285* Non-Member
- On-site Rate - Oct 28-30 ~ $280* Member/$330* Non-Member
*Rates are per day, October 28, 29, and 30th
SPECIAL CONFERENCE HOTEL ROOM RATES ($145 per night plus taxes)!!!
Must Call or email before OCT. 1
Call Four Points at 781-769-7900 or email Lucy.Finnerty@hobbsbrook.com
Monday, October 28
The Regulatory Environment: Recent and Upcoming Changes
A full day of regulation and reimbursement education for hospice leaders, managers, quality, regulatory and compliance teams and clinicians presented by national leaders Judi Lund Person of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) and Corrine Ball of National Government Services (NGS)! The topics range from the reports from Office of the Inspector General to the 2020 Hospice Wage Index Final Rule to Targeted Probe and Educate (TPE) to Hospice Billing and everything in between.
Corrinne Ball, RN, CPC, CAC, CACO, Consultant, Provider Outreach and Education, National Government Services, Indianapolis, IN.
Judi Lund Person, MPH,CHC, Vice President, Regulatory and Compliance, National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization, Alexandria, VA.
General Conference -
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Keynote - Day One
Palliative Care: Palliative Care: A Healthcare Imperative
Diane E. Meier, MD, FACP, FAAHPM
Director, Center to Advance Palliative Care
Co-director, Patty and Jay Baker National Palliative Care Center
Professor, Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine
Catherine Gaisman Professor of Medical Ethics, Icahn School of Medicine of Mount Sinai.
Recent public opinion research shows that palliative care is still relatively unknown among the general public. Now, more than ever, education for consumers and physicians is necessary to make a difference. Dr. Meier will describe effective palliative care models in home, telemedicine and outpatient settings. The presenter will also highlight the importance of access to quality palliative care for all persons with serious illness and their families; as a healthcare imperative.
As founder and director of the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC)—a national organization dedicated to increasing the number and quality of palliative care programs in the United States—Dr. Meier has put palliative care on the map. In the last ten years alone, the number of palliative care programs in U.S. hospitals has more than tripled, moving CAPC closer to its goal of bringing palliative care everywhere.As part of her professional mission, Dr. Meier has made a career-long commitment to palliative care education, research, and advocacy
Wednesday, October 30th
Keynote - Day Two
Bridging the Gap-Live Well Die Well Tour
Kimberly Paul-Author and Speaker
Death is not just a medical event. It is a human event. Healthcare providers and caregivers, from all backgrounds, can radically change the way individuals and families view, talk and experience death and ultimately, improve lives now and in the future.
In 2016, Kimberly left her job at a local hospice in North Carolina, cashed in her retirement and created a new platform that invites everyone around the table to have open conversations about death and dying. Kimberly’s stories will empower and inspire you to live a life less ordinary. The presenter will focus on the importance of “Bridging the Gap” … getting back to the basics when caring for those facing end-of-life. In a world of regulations and restrictions, how do we keep connection our main priority?