Thursday, February 2, 2023
11:30  AM - 1:15 PM CST


Midland Hillls Country Club
2001 Fulham St., Rosville, MN 55113


Financial Service Professionals - Twin Cities | Minnesota
651.815.0668 | www.sfsptwincities.org
February 2November 3June

Thursday, February 2, 2023
Hosted by FSP-Twin Cities & NAIFA Minnesota

Navigating the Senior Health Care Maze

Greg Getchell
  President/Owner, AMADA Senior Care Twin Cities

FSP-Twin Cities and NAIFA Minnesota continue their joint programming relationship to offer members greater access to high-level educational content, speakers, networking, and collaboration to help you succeed and build your practice.

FSP-Twin Cities will be processing all registrations and recording all CE credits for FSP and NAIFA members, and for all non-member attendees for this program.

Date: Thursday, February 2, 2023
Title: Navigating the Senior Health Care Maze
Speaker: Greg Getchell, President/Owner, AMADA Senior Care Twin Cities
Over the past several years, there has been a shift of healthcare costs from government to insurance carriers to consumers. The cost burden has led to shorter hospital and skilled nursing stays and ultimately more patients choosing to receive care at home. This means that patients will need more care services sooner and for longer periods of time. Knowing which services are covered by Medicare and how families can fund the ones that are not will be critical in determining the best care options.

In the past, the Medicare Fee-For-Service reimbursement model drove the mindset of providers to work separately and have no shared benefit in care coordination. Basically, providers were compensated based on utilization of services.

The shift to value-based care has driven the need for care coordination across the care continuum. Now, Medicare reimbursements incentivize all service providers to work together for the proper utilization of services and resources. Programs like HRRP, bundled payments, MSPB, and ACOs are at the core of this initiative.

This CEU is designed to help referral sources and consumers understand how the shift of care costs to the consumer is impacting healthcare delivery. By partnering with various medical and non-medical service providers and understanding funding sources, case managers can help families make the best and most informed care decisions for their loved ones.
11:30 AM Arrival/Networking open

12:00 Lunch served
12:00 PM Welcome, intros, announcements
12:15 PM Presentation
1:15 PM Presentation ends
Location: Midland Hills Country Club, 2001 Fulham Street, Roseville, MN 55113
Menu: Walleye Pike, lightly breaded and baked served with lemon and tartar sauce, and roasted baby red potatoes and broccoli. Rolls and butter, coffee or hot tea. Cookies for dessert.

Attendance Fees:
FSP & NAIFA Members: $40
Nonmembers: $40
Sponsors: Per benefit package
CFP: APPROVED  1-credit
CLE: APPROVED  1-credit
Certificate of attendance for CPE and PACE (PRP).

Who should attend? Members of FSP and NAIFA and the financial services community.
Cancellation Policy:
 No refunds will be provided for cancellations after 1/25/23 or for no-show attendees

Questions: Contact FSP-Twin Cities | admin@sfsptwincities.org

Membership information: Why FSP?