American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) is seeking Members to Appoint to Post-Acute Task Force
Monday, November 18, 2013
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Section: Quality and Educational Programming




VNAA Southeast Regional Meeting Provides Timely Insight

VNAA has put together a terrific agenda of educational sessions for its Southeast Regional Meeting on Dec. 5-6 in High Point, N.C. Educational sessions will include how to approach a financial performance evaluation and target ways to improve, as well as a tutorial covering ICD-10 coding changes that will affect home health and hospice providers.

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Get the Only Clinical Manual Your Agency Needs.

Designed specifically to help multidisciplinary home health and hospice professional teams improve their ability to deliver high-quality and consistent care in one adaptable and comprehensive evidence-based manual, the 18th edition of VNAA's Clinical Procedure Manual is one you won't want to miss.

Order before Dec. 31, 2013 and receive an additional 15% off.

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Follow the Pathway to Best Practices

VNAA introduces a new quality improvement and workforce training resource, the VNAA Blueprint for Excellence. It is a designed to provide information and tools for home health organizations, payers, policymakers, researchers and others with a stake in improving care transitions.

Available at no cost, the VNAA Blueprint includes research- and practice-based tools and training, as well as measurement and evaluation resources to guide home health care practices.

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The American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) is in the process of appointing a task force to address competencies and membership in the post-acute care arena. VNAA is currently working with AONE to have representation from our member agencies. We believe that VNAA members who represent the voice of nonprofit nurse executives for home health and hospice organizations and can substantively contribute to this work. We are asking those who are members of AONE and interested in participating to please contact either Peg Terry at mterry@vnaa.org or Rachel Levine at rlevine@vnaa.org by Nov. 22, 2013.
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