Updated Conditions of Participation for Home Health: What You Should Know to Achieve Success | 7-Part Webinar Series


On February 22nd 2017 the Texas Association for Home Care and Hospice will kick off a series of online seminar trainings that will help your agency prepare for implementation of the largest re-write of the Conditions of Participation (CoPs) since the mid-90s. This recently published rule expands the standards for patient rights, care planning, and care coordination, and includes two new CoPs. These new standards require a quality assessment and performance improvement (QAPI) program as well as an infection control monitoring and prevention program.  The revised HH CoPs go into effect July 13, 2017.

Because these new CoPs will begin being enforced July 13, 2017 and home health agencies must meet these new standards if they hope to participate in the Medicare program, the importance of compliance cannot be overstated. Agencies that fail to meet any of the HH CoPs are at risk of penalties from imposition of sanctions for marginal issues, to program termination for major infractions.

TAHC&H is here to give you the tools to ensure you are successful. We are offering a 7-part webinar series that will review, in detail, the changes to processes and policies that your agency must make to successfully comply with new regulation and avoid penalties.   


Jennifer Gibson RN, HCS-D ICD-10-CM, COS-C  |  Senior Clinical Consultant, AXXESS



Part 1   Feb 22  |  Overview of Updated Conditions of Participation: Setting your Priorities

Part 2   March 8  |  Patient Rights and Assessments

Part 3 
 March 22  |  Skilled Professional Services and Home Health Aide Standards

Part 4    April 12  |  Care Planning, Coordination of Services, and Quality

Part 5    April 26  |  Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement

Part 6   May 17  |  Infection Prevention and Control

Part 7 
 May 24  |  Emergency Preparedness