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Arlene Maxim, RN, HCS-C

Home Health and Hospice Expert, A.D. Maxim Holdings, LLC

Arlene Maxim, RN, HCS-C is a home health and hospice expert with A.D. Maxim Holdings, LLC. Maxim is a frequently sought-after speaker in all areas of patient care quality, analysis, and administrative functions in the post-acute healthcare world. She is a Board Member and Vice Chair for the Association for Home Care Coding and Compliance. With more than 40 years of nursing experience, Arlene previously co-founded regional multimillion-dollar Medicare certified home health care companies, hospital-based home care and hospice companies, and transitional care programs. Her working career has included direct patient care progressing to clinical management oversight, executive level operations in hospitals and post-acute care settings, risk management in multiple health care settings, transitional care management, as well as, providing strategy for organic growth and acquisitions across post-acute settings.

Arlene currently leads innovative change across the health care continuum. She has developed and implemented multiple post-acute care programs working closely with multiple hospitals, home care and hospice agencies, Accountable Care Organizations, etc. On a daily basis, these post-acute programs positively impact high quality care delivery while spending health care dollars wisely. Arlene’s energy, dedication, and passion continue to positively change the post-acute world of health care.

  • Mastering Compliance: Home Health Virtual Event

    • Session 2: Compliant Documentation From Start to Finish: Know What to Record From Intake to Discharge

      2:20 p.m. – 3:20 p.m.

      Defensible documentation begins at intake. From reporting diagnoses that are acceptable under PDGM to confirming eligibility, your intake staff is responsible for demonstrating compliance from the start. And under the new discharge planning Condition of Participation, your responsibility for accurate documentation doesn’t end with your agency. You must be prepared to provide additional necessary clinical information to other providers. Learn how to establish processes that keep your agency running smoothly.

    • Q&A/Speaker Panel

      4:35 p.m. – 5:05 p.m.

    • Session 2: Top 10 Survey Issues in Home Health and Hospice

      1:05 p.m. – 2:05 p.m.

      Be prepared when surveyors come calling. This rundown of the most common home health survey issues will give you advanced warning on what surveyors are targeting and how you can avoid deficiencies.

    • Panel, Q&A and Wrap-Up

      3:40 p.m. – 4:40 p.m.