Raizy Weiss, COO of Preferred Home Care of New York, shares how she was able to grow her business, what keeps her focused, and why she wants women to speak up.
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A homecare system is only as effective as its people, and it starts with a well-trained homecare workforce. Learn why more homecare agencies are now choosing online training over traditional methods.
As the healthcare industry grapples with how to provide high-quality services that protect both the patient and the provider, telehealth has emerged as a viable solution. Learn more about the historical roadblocks to telehealth, how the pandemic has altered the legislative landscape, and what you can do as a home health provider to stay ahead of the changes.
Voices for Independence CEO Shona Eakin shares why she is passionate about homecare, how her agency has adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic, and why she never gives up.
The January 1, 2021 deadline for implementing EVV is quickly approaching! Check out all the details here to get up to speed on what’s happening in OH.
For those with an elderly loved one or patient in a nursing home right now, one question may be consuming their thoughts: Should they stay in their facility or transition to homecare? HHAeXchange weighs the pros and cons.
While the CARES Act focuses on the extraordinary needs arising out of COVID-19, it will undoubtedly have a lasting impact on the home health industry. Many of its provisions can pave the way for positive changes in patient care and operational efficiency.
In May 2020, New York announced it selected the Choice Model for implementing EVV. Learn more about what the Choice Model means for NY providers and what you need to do to prepare for the upcoming EVV deadline in this blog post.
Our inaugural “Extraordinary Woman in Homecare” shares how she started her own business, what makes her tick, and her best advice for women in the industry.
New and updated regulatory waivers recently released by CMS will allow homecare providers more flexibility in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. These temporary changes will apply immediately across the U.S. healthcare system and will remain for the duration of the emergency declaration.