Home Health Blog Tag

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Family caregivers are an essential component of our home health care system, and it’s important to consider their needs when you are taking care of clients in a number of ways. In this blog article, we will provide tips on how your agency can lessen their load and help them in meaningful ways.

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California Electronic Visit Verification Phase II Information

 

Like most other states, EVV was mandated for the state of California via the 21st Century Cures Act. Phase I of California EVV began at the start of 2021, with Phase II set to begin in January of 2022. What services are covered? Who is California's EVV state aggregator, and can I select my own system for my agency? We answer those questions and cover the bases in this blog...

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New Caregiver Training Tips & Best Practices

 

When you hire new employees to your home health agency, it’s important they’re set up for success through great training. It’s especially important to get new nurses off to a good start, as they provide hands-on patient care. Caregivers play a vital role in the wellbeing of your clients, and the success of your home health agency. In this edition of our blog, we are going to discuss six key protocols to provide excellent caregiver training and get your new nurses off to a good start.