Home Health Clinical Conditions



This module identifies best practices for addressing clinical conditions commonly encountered in home health. Organizations will want to review the information and adopt practices that drive progress to the Quadruple Aim in their setting. Consistency, standardization, and patient centered-care are keys to success. Agencies will need to continuously monitor performance through Home Health Star Ratings and Home Health Compare, along with measures reported for the IMPACT Act. Finally, agencies need to ensure that they offer value to referral sources, patients, and other providers as the system increasingly moves to a value-based purchasing model of financing.

Please review the companion modules, Interventions for All Patients, and Building a High Performing Agency for Best Practice interventions that establish the foundation for high quality home-based care for all patients. Use the link below to explore Best Practice recommendations for the following clinical topics:

Depression Screening
Heart Failure
COPD
Hip and Knee Joint Replacement
Pressure Ulcers

   
 
    Partner with referring clinicians and hospitals to develop programs and strategies to improve health outcomes and patient experience, and to help them meet accountability goals.  
   
    By effectively engaging patients and caregivers as partners in care, home-based care organizations improve experience, activation, and ultimately, outcomes.
Educate payers on opportunity to improve outcomes by more effectively care for people in their homes. Drive smarter spending by preventing admissions and avoidable ED use.
Drive better outcomes by supporting practitioners to practice at the top of their license, training for excellence, and recognizing achievement.


Signature Events

LeadingAge Annual Meeting & Expo
  • October 27-30, 2019
  • San Diego, CA

Virtual Events

Creating a “Best Places to Work” Organization
  • March 26 | 12:00 p.m. ET
All Member Call Global Issues in Medication Management: Implications for Home Health Nurses
  • March 28 | 1:00 p.m. ET
  • Hosted in Partnership with the International Home Care Nurses Organization

Partner Events

Using the 2018 ACC-AHA Multi-Society Guidelines to Prevent Heart Attack and Stroke

  • March 22 | 12:00 p.m. ET
  • Hosted by TMF Quality Innovation Network
Patient-Driven Payment Model, Quality and Value: How to Succeed in 2019 and Beyond
  • March 22 | 1:00 p.m. ET
  • Hosted by Great Plains Quality Innovation Network
QPP Power Hour: Opioid Measures
  • March 26 | 1:00 p.m. ET
  • Hosted by Great Plains QIN