Growing Your Agency

Search engine optimization is an important tool for all businesses to maximize exposure and reach potential customers. The business of Home Health care is no exception to this idea, as Homecare agencies will increasingly rely on search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo to position their home health business in front of prospects, caregivers, and partners. In this blog, we review some of the fundamentals of SEO for home health care professionals who may not have the resources to hire a professional SEO firm...

Choosing a Home Health Software that Works for Your Agency

 

Is it mobile responsive? Will I be able to collect caregiver and patient signatures electronically? Can I complete visit notes on or offline? Does it have EVV?  How many licenses do I need? Does it handle skilled care? Will it handle non-skilled homecare? How many features does it have? How expensive is it going to be? Can it handle multiple business lines? Does it have Telephony? Will it work for Private Duty? Can I use it for Hospice? Is the support free? What is the onboarding process? Do I have to sign a contract? Can it bill for all payers? Is it easy to learn? Is it easy to use for caregivers? Will it work for Home Health Aide visits?

These are just SOME of the questions you might be thinking about as you begin your search for the best Home Health Software for your agency. Maybe your agency has just opened, or you could be established with multiple branches...in either case, some of your core questions are still the same.

Mobile Ready Home Health Software Home health and home care agencies no longer need to invest in devices for caregivers. Alora’s entire platform is optimized for tablets and smart phones as well as computers. With this announcement, Alora software's entire platform, which covers front-line clinical care, back-office...

This year's challenging business and healthcare environment has brought about a number of questions and unforeseen circumstances that have impacted Home Health Care agencies nationwide. With COVID-19, PDGM, EVV, and a series of other developments making waves, the home health software your agency is using makes a huge difference in your agency's ability to adapt and thrive in the homecare market...

We’re well into 2019, and it seems PDGM (Patient-Driven Groupings Model) is among the most discussed healthcare topics at the moment. From industry trade publications to speakers at national conferences, everyone is talking about how PDGM will affect home health agencies in 2020. The information can be insightful, but it can also be overwhelming. Here is a key-point summary that will help your home health agency prepare for 2020, both financially and operationally.

The moment PDGM (The Patient-Driven Groupings Model) takes effect in the year 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) looks to see their new edict change the landscape of home health care operations, specifically with regard to double billing. With PDGM representing the largest wholesale revamp in many years, agencies and providers will need to dedicate significant attention to using this year to ensure proper preparation. With the number of changes in store, inevitably some agencies will contest specific aspects of PDGM’s new requirements.

 

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The Global Home Healthcare Market is Predicted to Grow to Over 300 Billion Within 4 Years

 

A recent report compiling data from the U.S and around the globe indicates that by the year 2022, the global market for home health care which is inclusive of home health, private duty, companion & personal care etc, will top $300 billion U.S dollars. The scope of the report spanned a comprehensive study of local, regional and global markets, allowing for influencing factors within the market.