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  • Includes:
    • 6 bimonthly digital issues to The Remington Report
    • Access to online resources for deeper insights
    • Download or print each article
    • Full access to the remingtonreport.com
    • Access to back issues of The Remington Report
    • Download access to the articles archives
    • Latest news from across the continuum
    • Exclusive subscriber-only articles
    • FutureFocus e-newsletter
    • Case studies library
    If purchasing by check, click this link to download an order form to return with your payment. To ensure you receive our emails, please whitelist remingtonreport.com.
  • Includes:
    • 12 bimonthly digital issues to The Remington Report
    • Access to online resources for deeper insights
    • Download or print each article
    • Full access to the remingtonreport.com
    • Access to back issues of The Remington Report
    • Download access to the articles archives
    • Latest news from across the continuum
    • Exclusive subscriber-only articles
    • FutureFocus e-newsletter
    • Case studies library
    If purchasing by check, click this link to download an order form to return with your payment. To ensure you receive our emails, please whitelist remingtonreport.com.
  • Through three executive briefings, capture environmental scans of the current state of home care, payers, and referral partners. Spotlighting trends and market signals redefine the future, accelerate decision-making, and prioritize what to plan for now. Starts January 25 | Ends March 21 3 Executive Briefings | Enrollment is Open $1,100 | Enroll Up To 10 People Topics
    • Roadmapping Trends and Insights: What’s Ahead in 2024
    • The Future of Care at Home
    • 2024 Payer Insights
    All programs are available on demand for 30 days after the program's end date.

    Add Your Enrollees

    Additional enrollees will be enabled upon completion of initial enrollee. Company email addresses required. Think Tank programs are open only to provider organizations delivering patient care, including home health care, at-home care, hospice, palliative care, community-based organizations, hospitals, ACOs, managed care organizations, and physicians. Enrollees for the program must be full-time employees of the organization. If you are unsure whether your organization qualifies for Think Tank programs or your organization is a provider that also sells products, services or you are a consultant then contact us before enrolling.
  • Early Bird!
    Fostering relationships between ACOs, home health, palliative care, private duty, and in-home care providers involves establishing connections grounded in value, trust, and growth opportunities. This online Master Class will identify avenues for relationship building, craft compelling value propositions, and guide you in presenting a convincing business case for enhancing collaborations between ACOs and home care providers. MARCH 14, 2024 REGISTRATION FEE: $400 EARLY BIRD: $375 THROUGH MARCH 7 REGISTRATION ENDS: MARCH 11 Registration includes enrollment for up to 10 people. Must be enrolled to attend. Business email required for each enrollee. This Master Class is delivered live online but will also be available afterward on demand, ensuring you can get valuable insights even if you cannot attend the live event. Don’t let your busy schedule hinder your access to valuable knowledge and skills.

    Add Your Enrollees

    Additional enrollees will be enabled upon completion of initial enrollee. Company email addresses required. Think Tank programs are open only to provider organizations delivering patient care, including home health care, at-home care, hospice, palliative care, community-based organizations, hospitals, ACOs, managed care organizations, and physicians. Enrollees for the program must be full-time employees of the organization. If you are unsure whether your organization qualifies for Think Tank programs or your organization is a provider that also sells products, services or you are a consultant then contact us before enrolling.
  • Early Bird!
    Hospitals and health systems are facing difficult challenges, and home care providers offer solutions to address issues such as capacity constraints, extended lengths of stay, increases in higher acuity patients, and to ensure patients are going to the right care setting. It is crucial for hospitals and health systems to delve into a greater understanding of home care providers and their resources. This online Master Class will identify avenues for relationship building, craft compelling value propositions, and guide you in presenting a convincing business case for enhancing collaborations between home health, hospice, palliative care, private duty, and in-home care providers with hospitals and health systems. MAY 16, 2024 REGISTRATION FEE: $400 EARLY BIRD: $375 THROUGH MAY 8 REGISTRATION ENDS: MAY 14 Registration includes enrollment for up to 10 people. Must be enrolled to attend. Business email required for each enrollee. This Master Class is delivered live online but will also be available afterward on demand, ensuring you can get valuable insights even if you cannot attend the live event. Don’t let your busy schedule hinder your access to valuable knowledge and skills.

    Add Your Enrollees

    Additional enrollees will be enabled upon completion of initial enrollee. Company email addresses required. Think Tank programs are open only to provider organizations delivering patient care, including home health care, at-home care, hospice, palliative care, community-based organizations, hospitals, ACOs, managed care organizations, and physicians. Enrollees for the program must be full-time employees of the organization. If you are unsure whether your organization qualifies for Think Tank programs or your organization is a provider that also sells products, services or you are a consultant then contact us before enrolling.
  • Early Bird!
    With all that is happening in the healthcare world, a major change is taking place on two fronts. First, the $260 billion physician market is being transformed, and second, specialists will be a major referral source for patients discharged from outpatient and surgery centers. These two changing dynamics open the door for working more closely with physicians at a care plan level, with more involvement with discharge planning and improvements in outcomes. This online Master Class will identify avenues for relationship building, craft compelling value propositions, and guide you in presenting a convincing business case for enhancing collaborations between home health, hospice, palliative care, private duty, and in-home care providers with physicians and specialists. APRIL 11, 2024 REGISTRATION FEE: $400 EARLY BIRD: $375 THROUGH APRIL 3 REGISTRATION ENDS: APRIL 8 Registration includes enrollment for up to 10 people. Must be enrolled to attend. Business email required for each enrollee. This Master Class is delivered live online but will also be available afterward on demand, ensuring you can get valuable insights even if you cannot attend the live event. Don’t let your busy schedule hinder your access to valuable knowledge and skills.

    Add Your Enrollees

    Additional enrollees will be enabled upon completion of initial enrollee. Company email addresses required. Think Tank programs are open only to provider organizations delivering patient care, including home health care, at-home care, hospice, palliative care, community-based organizations, hospitals, ACOs, managed care organizations, and physicians. Enrollees for the program must be full-time employees of the organization. If you are unsure whether your organization qualifies for Think Tank programs or your organization is a provider that also sells products, services or you are a consultant then contact us before enrolling.
  • These three workshops challenge current practices to improve discharge planning and readmission management by addressing changes to policy and payments, adopting new concepts of referral engagement, and creating actionable blueprints. Includes review of current practices, discussion of appropriate aims, measurement strategies, and improvement methods. Starts February 22 | Ends April 18 3 Workshops | Registration Open $1,100 | Enroll Up To 10 People Topics
    • Synergistic Discharge Planning Management and Solving Mutual Financial and Quality Challenges
    • Challenging Current Practices in Readmission Management to Create Synergistic Solutions
    • Peer-to-Peer Best Practice Presentations
    All programs are available on demand for 30 days after the program's end date.

    Add Your Enrollees

    Additional enrollees will be enabled upon completion of initial enrollee. Company email addresses required. Think Tank programs are open only to provider organizations delivering patient care, including home health care, at-home care, hospice, palliative care, community-based organizations, hospitals, ACOs, managed care organizations, and physicians. Enrollees for the program must be full-time employees of the organization. If you are unsure whether your organization qualifies for Think Tank programs or your organization is a provider that also sells products, services or you are a consultant then contact us before enrolling.
  • This webinar is part of the six-event, on-demand webinar series: Next Generation Home Health Aide Model to Promote Growth and Partnerships

    Webinar Summary

    What resources can home care contribute to a successful partnership with payers? The answer: real-time data. Payers are seeking improvements in their quality measure scores to:
    • Provide better care to their members
    • Secure high State/Federal Star Ratings
    • Increase funding through better risk adjustment scores
    • Qualify to earn quality incentive bonus funding

    Want to purchase the entire series for $499? Click here.

    • Webinar #1: The Changing Healthcare Landscape: The New Role of the Home Health Aides
    • Webinar #2: How to Expand Payer Partnerships and Meet Their Goals
    • Webinar #3: How to Expand the Role of Aides to be Part of an Interdisciplinary Team Member
    • Webinar #4: How to Target Interventions to Improve Outcomes
    • Webinar #5: How to Size-up Your Organization for Cultural Change
    • Webinar #6: How to Boost Quality Scores and Performance Improvement
    This webinar series promotes the growth of in-home community-based organizations and acceleration of relationships with payers. The series addresses key insights and solutions to rethink strategy, focus on retention and recruitment programs, and position your organization as a valued-partner with payers.
  • This webinar is part of the six-event, on-demand webinar series: Next Generation Home Health Aide Model to Promote Growth and Partnerships

    Webinar Summary

    Before you meet with a payer, it is important to establish their goals. A one size fits all solution no longer exists. Five key conversation points are identified in this webinar. We discuss:
    • How payer conversations are changing
    • Alignment strategies with payers
    • Case study: Leveraging your resources and assets

    Want to purchase the entire series for $499? Click here.

    • Webinar #1: The Changing Healthcare Landscape: The New Role of the Home Health Aides
    • Webinar #2: How to Expand Payer Partnerships and Meet Their Goals
    • Webinar #3: How to Expand the Role of Aides to be Part of an Interdisciplinary Team Member
    • Webinar #4: How to Target Interventions to Improve Outcomes
    • Webinar #5: How to Size-up Your Organization for Cultural Change
    • Webinar #6: How to Boost Quality Scores and Performance Improvement
    This webinar series promotes the growth of in-home community-based organizations and acceleration of relationships with payers. The series addresses key insights and solutions to rethink strategy, focus on retention and recruitment programs, and position your organization as a valued-partner with payers.
  • This webinar is part of the six-event, on-demand webinar series: Next Generation Home Health Aide Model to Promote Growth and Partnerships

    Webinar Summary

    The role of your aides can go beyond basic training that is traditional in-home care. What else can aides do to access and report actionable data from the member’s home? In this webinar is a case study discussing operational considerations, targeted training programs, and key data collection.
    • Training focused on payer needs
    • Training modules
    • Data collection leading to timely interventions
    • New strategies for aides to access and report actionable data

    Want to purchase the entire series for $499? Click here.

    • Webinar #1: The Changing Healthcare Landscape: The New Role of the Home Health Aides
    • Webinar #2: How to Expand Payer Partnerships and Meet Their Goals
    • Webinar #3: How to Expand the Role of Aides to be Part of an Interdisciplinary Team Member
    • Webinar #4: How to Target Interventions to Improve Outcomes
    • Webinar #5: How to Size-up Your Organization for Cultural Change
    • Webinar #6: How to Boost Quality Scores and Performance Improvement
    This webinar series promotes the growth of in-home community-based organizations and acceleration of relationships with payers. The series addresses key insights and solutions to rethink strategy, focus on retention and recruitment programs, and position your organization as a valued-partner with payers.
  • This webinar is part of the six-event, on-demand webinar series: Next Generation Home Health Aide Model to Promote Growth and Partnerships

    Webinar Summary

    How can your organization respond effectively to a changing healthcare landscape? One of the key answers is assessing the culture of your organization. In this webinar, we focus on your key asset - your workforce.
    • How to respond effectively to the changing healthcare landscape
    • Engagement and training
    • Retention and recruitment strategies
    • Strategies to invest in your workforce

    Want to purchase the entire series for $499? Click here.

    • Webinar #1: The Changing Healthcare Landscape: The New Role of the Home Health Aides
    • Webinar #2: How to Expand Payer Partnerships and Meet Their Goals
    • Webinar #3: How to Expand the Role of Aides to be Part of an Interdisciplinary Team Member
    • Webinar #4: How to Target Interventions to Improve Outcomes
    • Webinar #5: How to Size-up Your Organization for Cultural Change
    • Webinar #6: How to Boost Quality Scores and Performance Improvement
    This webinar series promotes the growth of in-home community-based organizations and acceleration of relationships with payers. The series addresses key insights and solutions to rethink strategy, focus on retention and recruitment programs, and position your organization as a valued-partner with payers.
  • This webinar is part of the six-event, on-demand webinar series: Next Generation Home Health Aide Model to Promote Growth and Partnerships

    Webinar Summary

    A key to targeting interventions begins with the investment in your workforce and data collection. What are the roles and responsibilities of an interdisciplinary team? In this webinar, we identify and discuss successful interdisciplinary team programs, processes, and approaches to build positive outcomes.
    • Roles and responsibilities of a targeted interdisciplinary team
    • Information flow
    • Interdisciplinary team case study for high-risk patients

    Want to purchase the entire series for $499? Click here.

    • Webinar #1: The Changing Healthcare Landscape: The New Role of the Home Health Aides
    • Webinar #2: How to Expand Payer Partnerships and Meet Their Goals
    • Webinar #3: How to Expand the Role of Aides to be Part of an Interdisciplinary Team Member
    • Webinar #4: How to Target Interventions to Improve Outcomes
    • Webinar #5: How to Size-up Your Organization for Cultural Change
    • Webinar #6: How to Boost Quality Scores and Performance Improvement
    This webinar series promotes the growth of in-home community-based organizations and acceleration of relationships with payers. The series addresses key insights and solutions to rethink strategy, focus on retention and recruitment programs, and position your organization as a valued-partner with payers.
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