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One of the most important decisions you will make as a home healthcare agency, health professional, or family member when considering end-of-life care is who you will hire as a caregiver. Choosing the ideal caregiver is essential because they not only give medical assistance but...

For most agencies, compliance is top of mind when dealing with administrative challenges. The OIG has conducted several audits of home health agencies in recent years, including billing audits for services that were not medically necessary or were not provided as claimed. In this home...

POC charting is a powerful solution for home health agencies. This charting method provides an accurate and efficient way to record service provision. Today's home health software has revolutionized the way we record patient information. POC charting is the best way for staff to document...

Has your agency been successful under PDGM? In this blog, we'll review how to master the Patient-Driven Grouping Model payment structure in home health in 2023. Discover effective strategies to help your home health agency thrive under the new payment model, including patient-centered care, prioritizing...

What are the biggest post-pandemic trends in non-medical home care to watch in 2023? Take a look at 6 post-pandemic trends in home care that could affect the future of companionship and non-medical care agencies. Find out what they are and how home care agencies...

Inflation has affected the Home Care industry in many significant ways. Read more about this topic in this homecare agency blog. In this blog, we'll review the five most significant ways inflation has affected the home care, home health, and hospice industries, and how agency...

Home health leaders and executives must balance the needs of patients and staff with the demands of running a business. This article considers three challenges that home health executives and leaders will face in 2023 and how some in the industry plan to overcome them....

Regulatory agencies require home health agencies (HHAs) to maintain comprehensive written policies and procedures. Your agency’s policy and procedure (P&P) manual provides guidance, supports operations, and helps ensure patient safety. Since policies are so important, it’s essential to know how often your agency should update...