Last week, Moving Health Home (MHH) released a new report exploring the transformation that home-based care has undergone during the pandemic. Insights and findings from this report are based in part on in-depth interviews conducted by Avalere Health with leaders from organizations, including Landmark Health, DispatchHealth, Contessa Health, Ascension, and Advocate Aurora Health, which have either based or adapted their clinical and business models to serve patients in their homes.
Participate in the 2022 Benchmarking Report by January 31 to save over 80% on your own copy with the early bird discount! Every year, Home Care Pulse performs the largest annual study on the private duty home care industry and relies on agencies like you to contribute by taking the survey that supplies valuable data used by hundreds of agencies to learn best practices, analyze their performance, and make more informed decisions.
Ready to make a difference? Join the hundreds of home care providers across the nation improving the industry by participating in the 2022 HCP Benchmarking Report. Your confidential responses will help business owners across North America learn the latest industry trends to make data-driven decisions and improve their quality of care. Click here to complete the survey before January 31 to receive a $325 early bird discount toward your own copy.
Every year Home Care Pulse conducts the largest annual study on the private duty home care industry and publishes the results as the HCP Benchmarking Report. The Report is used by hundreds of agencies to learn best practices, analyze their performance, and make more informed decisions. The Report relies on home care agencies to contribute by taking the survey that supplies this valuable data. HCAOA encourages ALL members to participate – not only will you be helping the industry, but you will also receive discounts on your preorder of the 2022 HCP Benchmarking Report (over 80% off when you complete the survey by January 31st). You’ll also find valuable insights into your own business as you reflect on your 2021 data to prepare for the survey.
2021 has been among the hardest years for home care providers nationwide. As we wrap up the year, take a look at your business financials and benchmark your agency to other providers in your region. Ask yourself, ‘where did you land for revenue at the close of 2021 and how does it compare to last year’?
What’s ahead for home care? HCAOA and other industry leaders teamed up with myCNA jobs to develop the 2022 Guide to Insights on The Future of Senior Care, featuring discussions about today’s market, where the puck is heading, and key innovations to keep your eye on in 2022.
One of the most critical ways that home care agencies can add value to the rest of the care continuum is by reducing the number of clients that are readmitted to hospitals. Home care is an ideal setting to focus on reducing readmissions because of its ability to proactively address factors across all parts of a senior’s life that could lead to an issue requiring readmission.
The RAISE (Recognize, Assist, Include, Support, and Engage) Family Caregiving Advisory Council delivered its recommendations to Congress to support millions of unpaid family caregivers who care for older adults and people with disabilities across the United States.
When individuals with complex health needs receive clinically appropriate, home-delivered meals for 13 weeks, their overall medical spend and emergency department use significantly decreased for the next six months, according to just-released results of a pilot program between Mom’s Meals and UPMC for You.
HCAOA surveyed members about the impact of the workforce shortage and COVID vaccine mandates to gather first-hand data and illustrate how these issues uniquely affect the home care industry. Nearly 800 agencies completed the survey, or roughly 20% of HCAOA members. HCAOA is working with Home Care Pulse to do an in-depth analysis of the data, but at first glance, the survey shows that 94% of respondents have increased their wages in the past year to help with caregiver recruitment.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) reported last week that unemployment benefit claims sank below 300,000 for the first time since the pandemic began. For the week ending October 9, claims decreased to 293,000, down 36,000 from the previous week’s revised total. DOL also reported that continuing claims, the total number of Americans already claiming those same benefits, dropped by 134,000 to 2.59 million for the week ending on October 2.
Calling all members in South Carolina! If you have not already done so, please take our brief, important survey. We need our members’ input! So far, our data has found that in South Carolina, 72% of the members we have surveyed provide care for Veterans and currently 9% are utilizing Medicare Advantage plans. Click here to take the Chapter survey for South Carolina.