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Join the Home Health Quality Improvement (HHQI) team as they present ”Engaging Caregivers as Partners.”

Engaging Caregivers as Partners
April 18, 2019
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. CT

Caregivers are unpaid persons who provide support for medical tasks and activities critical to a patient who has had a recent hospital or nursing home stay. Leveraging family caregivers as part of home health patients’ healthcare teams has been proven to improve patient outcomes and quality of life. In this webinar, you’ll learn more about the changing role of caregiving in a value-based environment and relationship-centered care concepts. Legislative initiatives (e.g., CARE Act and RAISE Act) that can impact caregivers will also be discussed.

Featured Speaker: Warren Hebert

Warren HebertWarren Hebert, DNP, RN, CAE, Chief Executive Officer, HomeCare Association of Louisiana, will lend his expertise on value-based care and relationship centered care.  Free continuing education credits have been approved for this activity through the Alabama State Nurses Association.


Session Objectives: After attending, you’ll be able to:

  • Describe two examples of role changes in a value-based healthcare environment.
  • Explain how relationship-centered care relates to patient’s caregiver(s).
  • Identify one key concept from the CARE Act and the RAISE Act that may assist home health patient caregivers.

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Continuing Education [FREE]
Free continuing education (CE) credits are available for nurses who complete the corresponding course in HHQI University. Nursing CEs have been approved by the Alabama State Nurses Association, an accredited approver of the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Additional Details
Please visit the event page on the HHQI website for more details, including webinar slides as soon as they are available.

This Webinar series is part of the new HHQI Underserved Populations Network (UP) to address providers’ specific quality improvement needs – focusing on small, non-profit and publicly funded home health agencies that serve a high proportion of dual-eligible patients.