Thursday, September 12, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM PDT
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Thursday, September 5, 2019

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Denise Williams 
Kenyon HomeCare Consulting 

Changes to Care Planning Under PDGM 

PDGM is dramatically changing the world of Home Health. Not only will OASIS elements change, so will care planning. Attend this webinar to learn more about these changes under PDGM, and how your agencies care plans and visit protocols will need to change as well.

Our presenters for this event are Ginny Kenyon, Owner & CEO of Kenyon HomeCare Consulting and Shelly Barrett Owner & CEO of S&R Barrett and a Kenyon HomeCare Consulting Senior Associate.

Ginny Kenyon, RN, MN

Owner & CEO

Kenyon HomeCare Consulting

Ginny’s knowledge and passion for helping clients achieve success defines the mission of her company. Ginny holds a master’s in nursing administration with minors in Business and Health Services. She worked as an administrator in Public Health, Home Health, Hospice, and Private Duty home care for the last 27 years.

Ginny has a strong background in operations and program development through her experience with the visiting nurse services, national home health companies, and working with investors in startup companies. Ginny is also a nationally published home health author and speaker.



Shelly Barrett, MBA, BSN, RN, ET, CWCN, LMT

 KHCC Associate 

              Kenyon HomeCare Consulting                   

Shelly holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Bowling Green State University and a Master’s in Business and Administration from the University of Northwest Ohio. She studied at the RJ Turnball School of Enterostomal Therapy where she became an ET nurse who is certified in wound care. She later became a licensed massage therapist after completing coursework at the Dayton School of Medical Massage.

Shelly has 28 years in the hospice and home health industry ranging from clinical hands on care to senior management of an agency of 10 home health/ hospice branches, 2 adult day facilities, 2 inpatient hospice centers, and private duty out of all branches/ sub-units. Functioning as Vice President of Operations, Shelly functioned as the highest clinical administrator of the agency.