All home care providers in Alabama are invited to participate in an exploratory discussion on February 15, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. to discuss the steps to form an Alabama State Chapter of the Home Care Association of America (HCAOA).
Illinois Set to Become Third State to Mandate Paid Leave – Learn What This Means for Your Agency at IL Chapter Meeting on 2/7
At the beginning of the 2023 legislative session, Illinois Senate Bill 208—the Paid Leave for All Workers Act—passed both houses and is expected to be signed into law by the governor, according to HCAOA partner Littler.
HCAOA encourages members to participate in one of the home care industry’s largest annual studies, the annual HCP Benchmarking Survey.
Survey participants will receive a free digital copy of the 2023 Benchmarking Report and 50 percent off a hard copy, if they complete the survey by January 31.
If your agency has not renewed your Home Care Association of America membership, now is the time! 2022 memberships expire less than a week from today on January 31, 2023.
Results from Recent National Direct Care Workforce Study to be Shared at West Virginia Chapter Meeting
Need seven reasons to attend the HCAOA West Virginia Chapter’s first meeting of the year next Tuesday, January 31, from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m., EST? How about the seven distinct personas of today’s caregivers and their key motivations and drivers?
Last week, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released updated Federal Poverty Level (FPL) standards for 2023, which are used as eligibility criteria for programs such as Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). For a family or household of four living in one of the 48 contiguous states or the District of Columbia, the poverty guideline for 2023 is $30,000.
Make your travel plans now to participate in HCAOA’s National Home Care Advocacy Day on March 29. Plan to arrive in D.C. on March 28 to attend a Welcome Reception and then the following day, join us on Capitol Hill for our opening briefing session to start your day before meeting with your respective lawmakers.
Right at Home CEO Margaret Haynes and BrightStar CEO/Founder Shelly Sun spoke on a CEO Panel that kicked off the annual Home Care 100 conference this week in Orlando, Florida. The panelists focused their comments on new growth strategies and emerging innovation in home care. Stressing workforce initiatives and strategies for innovative activities in their respective brands, the panel discussed ways to recognize staff and methods to grow new business lines.
Join hundreds of your colleagues from across the country for the four-part “Removing Roadblocks to Revenue” webinar series hosted by HCAOA and Careswitch.
The “Removing Roadblocks to Revenue” webinars begin on Thursday, February 2, and run every Thursday in February, from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m., EST. Members may choose to attend one webinar or all, at no cost. Registration is required.
More than 30 million Americans are now enrolled in Medicare Advantage programs, according to new data released by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
The third annual Home Care Pulse Growth Summit will begin on February 15 and 16. The virtual event will feature home care leaders sharing their knowledge, experience, and advice on the industry and expectations for 2023—including HCAOA’s CEO, Vicki Hoak.
New Laws in Illinois Affecting Home Care Employers and Employees – Learn More at 2/7 Chapter Meeting
Beginning in 2023, some new laws are taking effect in Illinois. The Illinois Department of Labor shared the following media release about New Laws Taking Effect in 2023 Impacting Employers, Employees.
All home care agencies in Alabama are invited to participate in a discussion on February 15, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. about the formation of an Alabama State Chapter of the Home Care Association of America (HCAOA).
HCAOA and partner Careswitch have created a four-part series of informative webinars called Removing Roadblocks to Revenue. These webinars are specifically designed to help home care agencies overcome obstacles and build their businesses. The webinar series is offered to HCAOA members at no cost as a benefit of membership.
Connecticut Home Care Task Force Submits Final Report to Legislature, Bill Introduced to Implement Recommendations
Last week, the Homemaker Companion Task Force unanimously approved its final report and transmitted it to the Aging and General Law committees of the Connecticut General Assembly.
This week, the Aging Committee voted to introduce a bill to implement the recommendations in the report. The report will be considered by the legislature and any legislation implementing its recommendations will be subject to public hearing, debate, and approval.