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Brooklyn, NY, United States, 2013/05/23 - In today’s rapidly transforming long-term care environment, it is more crucial than ever to keep up-to-date and informed by attending Continuing Education Seminars specific to your universe - RenaissanceHomeHC.com.
Renaissance Home Health Care, a NY State licensed Home Care Agency, is presenting LTC professionals in the tristate area with an enlightening Continuing Education Program on Tuesday, June 18th. This not-to-be-missed FREE event will feature a fabulous lineup of esteemed speakers and lavish lunch at the Dyker Beach Golf Club.
With the healthcare industry in the throes of so much change & upheaval, the burning issues of the day to be addressed will include Medicaid fraud and abuse, OMIG’s new compliance program, legal aspects of documentation, mandatory reporting of Medicaid overpayments, and how to survive financially in this challenging new environment.
“With the evolvement of the long-term care system Nursing Home Owners, Administrators, Medical Directors, Social Workers and anyone else on the front lines must be prepared to confront today’s challenges,” says Eileen M. Parenti, Executive Director of Renaissance and noted long-term care expert. “We hope everyone leaves our upcoming Seminar better equipped and with a heightened sense of awareness.”
Presenters are Amy Monroe, RN, CEO, Aza Group, Inc.; Richard S. Harrow, Counsel to O’Connell & Aronowitz; Ruth West, Director of Regulatory Compliance for Healthcare Compliance Group (HCG); Matthew Badcock, Assistant Deputy, Medicaid Inspector General Bureau of Compliance; and Mark J. Hennessey, Deputy, Medicaid General for Agency Coordination and Communication.
The program will run from 8:45 am to 3:45 pm at the Dyker Beach Golf Club located at 1030 86th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11228. Attendees must register in advance. You can do so online or by calling 732-261-8525
Renaissance Home Health Care (renaissancehomehc.com) is a premier home care agency serving New York’s five boroughs and surrounding areas. They are distinguished by their personal, unique, and individualized approach to home care and their compassionate and culturally diverse caregivers.