Blog

Visit this page often for weekly blog posts that we think you’ll find interesting and helpful.

Topics may range from “Connecting a care team to effectively implement an individualized education plan” to “Elder-specific issues in care coordination.” We think unlocking potential and enhancing care outcomes includes keeping everyone informed of new and better ways to organize and coordinate care in patient-centric ways…

Could Technology And Immigration Solve Our Home Health Care Shortage?

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Why Caring For Alzheimers Patients Takes Teamwork

Alzheimer's patients are fighting an uphill battle for normalcy and comfort in their caring environments. While this condition starts as nothing more than a mild inconvenience, eventually all Alzheimer's patients need escalating care to keep them...

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Why In-Home Care Offers Better Insights Into Patient Needs

In-home care for seniors is the preferred way to go for many. The reasons for wanting to be at home are as individual as the patients themselves. For some, it offers the comfort and assurance of familiar surroundings. For others, it’s the...

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Mergers And Acquisitions Of Home Care Agencies Raise New Concerns

If you are interested in home care news, you will find the sites that deliver such information littered with an explosive trend in the home care industry; mergers and acquisitions. While this cannibalizing of competitors has been going on in the...

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Why High Turnover In Home Health Care Agencies Means Great Risk For Everyone

Home health care agencies are blossoming before our very eyes. The state of healthcare costs warrants more and more in-home care services, with the promise of a bright future for those who endeavor to meet the demands. It shouldn’t surprise...

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What Can Insurance Companies Do To Keep In-Home Care Costs Down?

The message is clear no matter what news channel you find yourself watching; the cost of medical care keeps going up with no end in sight. This realization has sent insurance companies scrambling to figure out how to keep a lid on costs so they...

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Why You Should Plan For Family Caregiving Before It's Needed

More often than not, families start to plan for family caregiving when they are in the waiting room of a hospital, discussing what to do with Mom or Dad. In times like this, emotions are high, family members are stressed and trying to have this...

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How To Avoid Resenting Your Clients As A Professional Caregiver

Being a professional caregiver is a job most don’t have the fortitude for, frankly. It involves being personally and intimately acquainted with every facet of someone’s life. Sometimes your client doesn’t even speak, which means for someone so up...

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