GHP Workshop - Chelsea, MA
The Green House Project (GHP) Workshop is an opportunity for participants to learn more about how GHP partners with senior living providers, developers, and others to create real homes, meaningful lives, and empowered staff for people who need long-term and post-acute care.
In addition to an examination of the evidence-based research behind Green House homes, participants will learn about its positive financial, clinical, and quality of life outcomes.
The one-day event, which includes lunch, snacks, and refreshments in a Green House community in Chelsea, Mass., will provide participants with the following information:
- The latest GHP services, tools, and resources and insights into how and why it is gaining momentum across the country.
- An understanding of GHP values and essential practices, and an exploration of how the model is reflected in various communities.
- An opportunity to speak with leadership and staff from an operating Green House community about their experiences.
- A path forward for taking the next step toward bringing Green House homes to your community.
The Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) is the proposed new Medicare payment rule for skilled nursing homes. PDPM is intended to replace the current RUG-IV system with a completely new way of calculating reimbursement. Under PDPM, therapy minutes are removed as the basis for payment in favor of resident classifications and anticipated resource needs during the course of an elder's stay.
Guest Speaker: Dr. Kathleen Weissberg, MS, OTD, OTR/L, CMDCP, CDP
Education Director, Select Rehabilitation
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