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2024 Long Term Care eProgram

Digital Subscriber: $895.00
Enhanced: $595.00
Enhanced - Discounted: $595.00
Full: $595.00
Full - Discounted: $595.00
Non-Member: $895.00Your price
Premium: $595.00
Student: $595.00

PLEASE NOTE: The 2024 Long Term Care eProgram will be available for viewing approximately 4 weeks after the program ends. AHLA will email purchasers when the eProgram is available.

View the Program Schedule to see the full list of legal and compliance issues covered in this eProgram. The AHLA Long Term and Post-Acute Care eProgram focuses on challenges unique to the post-acute care spectrum, including home health, rehabilitation, assisted living, nursing, and hospice. Sessions address:

  • Impact of legislative, regulatory, survey, and enforcement developments, as well as recent litigation affecting skilled nursing, assisted living, home health, and hospice
  • Compliance strategies relating to wage and hour audits, CMS’s Requirements of Participation, LGBTQ+ residents, challenges in the wake of COVID-19, and more
  • Fraud risks, including those relating to medical directorships, statistical extrapolation, scrutiny of home health and hospice, and more
  • Clinically integrated networks, joint ventures, private equity, changes of ownership, hospital at home, and other evolving strategies
  • And more insights from committee-selected experts, on topics such as reimbursement, transparency, and best practices relating to patient and resident care across the post-acute continuum

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