Home Care in the News
How Home Care Agencies Can Overcome Revenue Plateaus
When it comes to increasing revenue, home-based care agencies will always have an advantage in the markets they serve, because they will never be capped by a room or bed count like facility-based settings. – Home Health Care News, 10/19/20
Most Home Health Aides ‘Can’t Afford Not to Work’ - Even When Lacking PPE
In March, Sue Williams-Ward took a new job, with a $1-an-hour raise. The employer, a home health care agency called Together We Can, was paying a premium - $13 an hour - after it started losing aides when COVID-19 safety concerns mounted. – Kaiser Health News, 10/16/20
‘There’s No Undoing This Revolution’: HHS Secretary Alex Azar Touts In-Home Care, Virtual Visit
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar believes that COVID-19 has led to a health care revolution, one that will include a larger focus on care in the home. – Home Health Care News, 10/15/20
Marketing, Workforce Management Among Top COVID-19 Challenges for Independent Home Care Agencies
While the COVID-19 virus had a profound effect on home care providers across the U.S., it forced independent agency owners to navigate a unique set of challenges. As independent agency owners move forward, the lessons learned from the pandemic will likely shape their decision-making for the foreseeable future. – Home Health Care News, 10/12/20
7/20/2022 03:15:46 pm
Your Blog is very nice.
7/20/2022 03:27:41 pm
As independent agency owners move forward, the lessons learned from the pandemic will likely shape their decision-making for the foreseeable future. I’m so thankful for your helpful post!
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