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PDGM: Lessons Learned From 2020

Among other things, 2020 brought historic change for home health agencies across the country. As demand for in-home care services increases, organizations need to think creatively how to navigate the PDGM (Patient-Driven Groupings Model) environment in 2021. More than a year after implementation, gain expert insight and analysis on the impact of PDGM and what the next 11 months may portend.

Join the dialogue in our webinar with William Dombi, President at National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) and Chris Attaya, Vice President, Product Strategy at Strategic Healthcare Programs. Together they will dive deep into the data, discuss lessons learned, and postulate what organizations can do to thrive going forward.

Learning Objectives:

  • Evaluate what we know so far about the impacts of PDGM
  • Recognize how COVID-19 is impacting PDGM results in 2020
  • Discuss potential changes we might see in 2021

William Dombi

National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC)

Mr. Dombi is the President of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC). Previously, he served as Vice President for Law at NAHC since 1987 and is also the Director of the Center for Health Care Law and the Executive Director of the Home Care and Hospice Financial Managers Association. During his over three decades of experience in health care policy and law, Mr. Dombi has been involved in virtually every legislative, regulatory, and legal development in home care and hospice.

Chris Attaya

Vice President, Product Strategy
Strategic Healthcare Programs

Chris Attaya brings more than 28 years of experience in the Home Health and Hospice industry, achieved through a series of executive and consulting positions. Chris joined SHP in 2014, and is responsible for product development and client relationships to help clients achieve increased operational and financial performance through the use of SHP’s industry leading analytics platform and benchmark data. Prior to SHP, Chris was the CFO at the Visiting Nurse Association of Boston and had worked at Partners Health Care at Home as CFO and CEO. He received a BA in Public Health from Tufts University and an MBA from the Graduate School of Management at Boston University concentrating in Health Care Finance.