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Three Ways To Prepare Your Home Care Agency for Value-Based Purchasing Models

 

Value-based purchasing has pierced the home health care veil, and home care providers should be ready for those changes to affect their services and reimbursement. Home care has not yet been subject to value-based purchasing models of reimbursement, a system that would reimburse for care based on the quality of care provided to patients as well as their outcomes. In this article, we will go over tips that address how you can prepare your staff for these changes before they are required of you.

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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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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.