Many home care agencies are struggling to find enough caregivers to meet the growing demand for services. During this unprecedented workforce shortage, there is one thing agencies can do to recognize the caregiver stars they already have on their team. Nominate a caregiver for the 2022 Caregiver of the Year Award for his or her dedication to caring for clients and their families. The top caregiver will receive a $1,000 cash award and receive an all-expenses paid trip to the HCAOA conference in Orlando in September to be recognized in front of industry leaders.
SYNERGY HomeCare recently announced the launch of a comprehensive new memory care program that combines specialized training for caregivers, a variety of engagement tools for clients as well as family resources and support. The program reflects A Convergence of Care philosophy underscored by an evidence-based care model that is focused on the individual, not their condition. Click here for a press release with details.
AxisCare, the leading scheduling and management software solution for non-medical home care businesses, has begun offering a comprehensive billing service to agencies providing services to veterans receiving benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
AxisCare VA Billing is a turn-key billing service that provides agency owners with the opportunity to outsource VA claim submissions, appeals, and payment applications within AxisCare’s management platform. With percentage-based fees determined by remittances, as opposed to claim submissions, agency owners will be able to access support to navigate the VA billing system and its various payers.
“Veterans Affairs clients are an important component of our office's top line”, said a Visiting Angels Director and current AxisCare VA Billing user.
Gilbert, Arizona (June 2, 2022)–Homecare franchisor SYNERGY HomeCare has announced the launch of a comprehensive new memory care program that combines specialized training for caregivers, engagement tools for clients and family resources and support.
The program reflects A Convergence of Care philosophy underscored by an evidence-based care model that is focused on the individual, not their condition and comes at a time when an estimated 70% of people living with dementia reside at home and about a third of people receiving in-home care are living with dementia.