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March 16-17, 2023

Spring 2023 Financial Navigation Training Program

Loews Philadelphia Hotel

Financial Navigation Training Program

March 16-17, 2023

 

Loews Philadelphia Hotel 
1200 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA  19107

Registration is now open to POHMS practices that have expressed interest in attending this program. To register please go to:  POHMS Spring 2023 Financial Navigation Training Program

POHMS has a negotiated a group rate of $209 per night/plus taxes.  There is a limited number of rooms available.  To make your reservation go to:  https://www.loewshotels.com/philadelphia-hotel/group-pohms-2023-spring-training-meeting

This is a two-day (2) training , both days are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Because of the limited space and to be fair to other practices that may want to attend, but cannot because of availability, you MUST commit to attend both dates.  Once our maximum is reached (10 practices) you will be placed on a waiting list. 

Each practice that attends can send up to two (2) employees, they do not need to be an Active or Associate member.   And there is NO FEE to participate in this training, however, membership dues must be up-to-date for 2022 and 2023.  

There are only a limited number of seats available. 


This is another priceless benefit of your POHMS membership!!

What is covered during this special training program?

  • PAP process
  • Co-Pay Assistance Process
  • Premium Assistance Options (COBRA, ACA, Medicare, Foundation Support)
  • Review of the ACA
  • Overview of all parts of Medicare, including Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicare Supplemental Policies
  • Specific Medicare Programs (Medicare Savings Programs, Low Income Subsidy)
  • Medigap vs MAPD
  • Social Security Disability Process
  • Real life case scenarios

Up until now, there have been no educational programs that assist Financial Counselors / Navigators on how to perform their job and to explain the resources available to this population.

At present, few cancer programs have a systematic process in place to identify patients in need and to develop a plan to meet their cost of care. Rather, financial counseling services are typically fragmented, with responsibility for various aspects of the process divided among registration staff, social workers, business office staff, and clinicians. As a result, many miss opportunities to assist patients and improve revenue capture.

The Financial Navigation program includes software that tracks the patients being navigated and generates a quarterly report that shows the financial impact of the program.

Training Program
The training program developed by the NaVectis group is divided into four categories:

ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT
The initial part of the training program is vital for successful implementation of the Financial Navigation Program.  It is important that key managers and support staff understand the culture shift that will occur with the implementation of this program.

TRAINING OF FINANCIAL NAVIGATION STAFF
The training of the Financial Navigation staff usually will take anywhere from 16-24 hours. The training involves learning how to utilize pharmaceutical patient assistance programs, co-pay assistance foundations, and provisions of the Affordable Care Act. The training also dedicates a considerable amount of  time on understanding Medicare benefits and how to find the most advantageous Medicare plan available to Medicare beneficiaries.

EVALUATION PROCESS
The training ends with an assessment and testing of the material presented.  This process identifies the skills and knowledge that the financial navigator needs to continue to develop.  Most participants find this process very beneficial as they discover the many avenues that Financial Navigation can take.

ONGOING SUPERVISION
Continued support and supervision of the Financial Navigators is a critical step with the Financial Navigation Training Program. The Financial Navigators are now putting the training in action as they implement the program with patients. Remote supervision of the Financial Navigator during this time is critical to make sure that the patients are navigated correctly with their financial obligations.  Ongoing supervision for approximately 12 months.

 

About the trainer:
Dan Sherman of The NaVectis Group.  Dan has presented at POHMS conferences in the past. This special training program will assist your practice to help your patients regarding their patient responsibilities.  Thus, preventing financial losses to your practice.

Why attend this special training?
NaVectis provides education to your staff training them with proven techniques that decreases the financial burden to the patient and increases revenue for the provider.

The NaVectis Group will provide ongoing supervision of the Financial Navigator as they continue to develop their skills.  Your staff has access to NaVectis staff via phone, email or fax for a period of 12  months.

 

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Add to Calendar aCLuDhaqizCaPxAftmqF167204 03/16/2023 08:30 AM 03/17/2023 08:30 AM true America/New York Spring 2023 Financial Navigation Training Program Financial Navigation Training Program March 16-17, 2023   Loews Philadelphia Hotel 1200 Market StreetPhiladelphia, PA  19107 Registration is now open to POHMS practices that have expressed interest in attending this program. To register please go to:  POHMS Spring 2023 Financial Navigation Training Program POHMS has a negotiated a group rate of $209 per night/plus taxes.  There is a limited number of rooms available.  To make your reservation go to:  https://www.loewshotels.com/philadelphia-hotel/group-pohms-2023-spring-training-meeting This is a two-day (2) training , both days are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Because of the limited space and to be fair to other practices that may want to attend, but cannot because of availability, you MUST commit to attend both dates.  Once our maximum is reached (10 practices) you will be placed on a waiting list.  Each practice that attends can send up to two (2) employees, they do not need to be an Active or Associate member.   And there is NO FEE to participate in this training, however, membership dues must be up-to-date for 2022 and 2023.   There are only a limited number of seats available.  This is another priceless benefit of your POHMS membership!! What is covered during this special training program? PAP process Co-Pay Assistance Process Premium Assistance Options (COBRA, ACA, Medicare, Foundation Support) Review of the ACA Overview of all parts of Medicare, including Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicare Supplemental Policies Specific Medicare Programs (Medicare Savings Programs, Low Income Subsidy) Medigap vs MAPD Social Security Disability Process Real life case scenarios Up until now, there have been no educational programs that assist Financial Counselors / Navigators on how to perform their job and to explain the resources available to this population. At present, few cancer programs have a systematic process in place to identify patients in need and to develop a plan to meet their cost of care. Rather, financial counseling services are typically fragmented, with responsibility for various aspects of the process divided among registration staff, social workers, business office staff, and clinicians. As a result, many miss opportunities to assist patients and improve revenue capture. The Financial Navigation program includes software that tracks the patients being navigated and generates a quarterly report that shows the financial impact of the program.Training ProgramThe training program developed by the NaVectis group is divided into four categories:ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORTThe initial part of the training program is vital for successful implementation of the Financial Navigation Program.  It is important that key managers and support staff understand the culture shift that will occur with the implementation of this program.TRAINING OF FINANCIAL NAVIGATION STAFFThe training of the Financial Navigation staff usually will take anywhere from 16-24 hours. The training involves learning how to utilize pharmaceutical patient assistance programs, co-pay assistance foundations, and provisions of the Affordable Care Act. The training also dedicates a considerable amount of  time on understanding Medicare benefits and how to find the most advantageous Medicare plan available to Medicare beneficiaries.EVALUATION PROCESSThe training ends with an assessment and testing of the material presented.  This process identifies the skills and knowledge that the financial navigator needs to continue to develop.  Most participants find this process very beneficial as they discover the many avenues that Financial Navigation can take.ONGOING SUPERVISIONContinued support and supervision of the Financial Navigators is a critical step with the Financial Navigation Training Program. The Financial Navigators are now putting the training in action as they implement the program with patients. Remote supervision of the Financial Navigator during this time is critical to make sure that the patients are navigated correctly with their financial obligations.  Ongoing supervision for approximately 12 months.   About the trainer:Dan Sherman of The NaVectis Group.  Dan has presented at POHMS conferences in the past. This special training program will assist your practice to help your patients regarding their patient responsibilities.  Thus, preventing financial losses to your practice. Why attend this special training?NaVectis provides education to your staff training them with proven techniques that decreases the financial burden to the patient and increases revenue for the provider. The NaVectis Group will provide ongoing supervision of the Financial Navigator as they continue to develop their skills.  Your staff has access to NaVectis staff via phone, email or fax for a period of 12  months.   Loews Philadelphia Hotel