As we turn the corner on 2020, it’s time to look ahead. What opportunities can your organization leverage in 2021? What challenges should you be ready to tackle? We’ve gathered insights from our HHAeXchange leadership team to give you a comprehensive picture of what’s to come in the homecare industry this year.
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Melissa Meegan, Executive Director of Summit Home Care’s New Jersey branch, tells us when she knew homecare was the career for her, how she manages to stay energized and upbeat in a challenging field of work, and why she cannot imagine doing anything else.
You’re juggling the latest state and federal regulations, managing day-to-day operations and providing the best possible care to your members – it’s no secret that running a homecare agency is no easy feat.
Mitze Amoroso shares how she excels as a woman in a male-dominated space, what ArchCare is doing to fight COVID-19, and why no one should fear technology.
HHAeXchange reflects on the 2020 National Association of Medicaid Directors (NAMD) Conference’s themes of flexibility, innovation, and resiliency, and discusses changes and challenges to come in 2021.
As payers redirect their focus from service delivery to patient outcomes, new reimbursement models have emerged to reward providers who can demonstrate an efficient, patient-centered care experience. To better understand the potential of homecare in the shift to value-based care, we spoke with two HHAeXchange executives.
Through the use of the HHAeXchange Portal, our goal is to make working with Ohio’s Medicaid Managed Care plans easy and efficient. We put together a quick guide with key background info and other important details providers should know about Medicaid in Ohio.
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.
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.