Predicting the future of home care with Bill Dombi, President of NAHC

Episode 24 October 13, 2020 00:30:55
Predicting the future of home care with Bill Dombi, President of NAHC
The Post-Acute POV
Predicting the future of home care with Bill Dombi, President of NAHC

Oct 13 2020 | 00:30:55


Show Notes

In this episode of the MatrixCare Podcast, Navin Gupta, SVP of the Home and Hospice Division at MatrixCare, sits down with Bill Dombi, President of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) to discuss the future of health care and more specifically, home care. With reimbursement changes, Navin and Bill explore how Medicare payments will be impacted going forward and what leaders should pay attention to.

Listen in as they talk about how providers leverage solutions like telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM) during COVID-19 to solve issues such as isolation and more; creating an experience that is both high-touch and high-tech.

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Review the questions we discussed

  1. Many of us in healthcare/senior care have had a pivotal moment where we decided this was the career for us. Share with us your journey in healthcare and home care specifically to NAHC.
  2. What do you see as the major positive and negative forces/dynamics that have emerged from the Covid-19 pandemic?
  3. The level of interest around the use of technology has increased – particularly remote patient monitoring (RPM) and telehealth – where is Congress headed in the use of RPM and telehealth? Will the policy changes that occurred as part of the Covid-19 response be made permanent?
  4. What is the outlook for Medicare payments in the future as we continue and then hopefully emerge from the stresses of the pandemic?
  5. Hospice –Medicare Advantage (MA) carve in – what should leaders pay attention to here and what does the pathway look like? What should we expect in the near-term relative to legislative and regulatory action on the carve-in?
  6. What do you see as the respective roles of HHAs and hospices in palliative care? What will it take from Washington to make community-based palliative care a reality?
  7. There is talk about finding a way for care at home to be used as a substitute for care in nursing facilities. What would it take to create a true SNF at home option? Is there interest in Washington in such a concept?
  8. MedPAC has issued recommendations to Congress on some matters that directly would affect home health and hospice, for example, a post-acute care unified payment model, rate cuts, and a reduction of the hospice cap. What is the outlook for these matters?

The content in this presentation is for informational purposes only and is provided “as-is.” Information and views expressed herein, may change without notice. Given the fluidity of the current regulatory environment due to the pandemic, we encourage you to seek as appropriate, regulatory and legal advice on any of the matters covered in this presentation.

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