August 1 – 3

Join in on McBee’s sessions at the NAHC Financial Management Conference.
Find us at Booth 301!

Home Health Summer Camp 2021
Speaker: Maria Warren
When: August 1, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Room: Sheraton 1-3

A regular feature of the Financial Management Conference, people new to the industry, as well as veterans in home health services, will benefit from the detailed understanding of the fundamental financial tools and operational strategies for developing and maintaining positive financial outcomes offered in the Summer Camp. This updated 2021 program is designed for beginner-to-intermediate level financial staff members who have some experience in home care financial management and who wish to expand their knowledge in the diverse world of home care finance.

PDGM: What Have We Learned After 18 Months? (Part 1)
Speaker: Mike Dordick
When: August 2, 8:00 – 9:40 am
Room: Sheraton 1-3

PDGM was implemented as the new Medicare HH prospective payment system in CY 2020. Assessing the trends and benchmarks of PDGM is an important step to determine how your agency is performing under this new program. COVID-19 definitely complicated the PDGM roll-out and tracking these changes is important. For CY 2021, CMS chose not to make any new payment adjustments due to behavioral changes. What does the data show regarding behavioral changes compared to CMS’s original estimations, and what will we likely see in PDGM changes for CY 2022.

Successfully Navigating Medicare Advantage in Home Health
Speaker: Michael Puskarich
When: August 3, 9:50 – 10:40 am
Room: Sheraton 1-3

The number of Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare Advantage (MA) plans is growing year over year; over 50% of all Medicare beneficiaries are expected to be enrolled in MA plans by 2026. Home health agencies must develop confidence in relationships with MA plans and understanding how to effectively balance revenue versus cost and effective patient outcomes. This session will discuss how to most effectively partner with MA payers and discuss results of the NAHC MA Survey.

Top Five Reasons Why Post-Acute Deals Fail and What to Do About Them
Speaker: Mike Dordick
When: August 3, 10:50 – 11:30 am
Room: Sheraton 4-5

Post-acute providers, including home health and hospice providers, are increasingly looking for acquisitions, sales and joint venture arrangements in order to deal with market forces and the effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic. All of these transactions have the potential for success or failure or something in between. This session will focus on various types of post-acute transactions and will provide an in-depth description of the reasons why many post-acute care transactions fail to meet the expectations of the participants and the steps that post-acute care providers can take to avoid these pitfalls.

Featured McBee Speakers

Maria Warren
Senior Director

Mike Dordick

Michael Puskarich
Director of Advisory Consulting