By considering how each social determinant of health (SDOH) affects a member’s daily life, health outcomes, and managed care costs, we can determine ways to address SDOH and reduce costs on both an individual and a collective basis.
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You can’t plan for a pandemic, but you can stay ahead of the trends by catching them at their first breath. Use these tools to ensure success for your agency in 2022 and beyond.
In this final article in the series, Ellen and Emily Ladau provide clarity on common misconceptions about disabilities, and note some of the greatest contributions people with disabilities can bring to society.
In part two of HHAeXchange’s Demystifying Disability series, we hear from Ellen and Emily about shifting perspectives around disabilities, and technology’s impact on their homecare experience and daily lives.
Internationality known disability rights activist Emily Ladau and her mother Ellen share their unique experiences living with Larsen syndrome and the impact homecare has had on their health and well-being.
This industry is loaded with strong, intelligent, and compassionate individuals who have put in the work to grow their business and ensure the highest quality of care. To give you that extra dose of inspiration you need when your journey to success feels less than smooth, HHAeXchange rounded up some stellar advice from our Extraordinary Women in Homecare.
With the increasing popularity of self-direction has also come several misconceptions. In this article, we’ll set the record straight on some of the top myths surrounding self-direction.
As more individuals within the Medicaid population choose to receive home and community-based services (HCBS), the success of EVV systems for self-direction programs hinges on the participant experience.
In a time where caregivers are short and turnover is at a troubling 65.2%, providers simply can’t afford to have unhappy employees. Here are actions you can begin taking today to build a positive work environment.
Vicki Hoak, Executive Director of the Home Care Association of America, opens up about her personal relationship with home care, what excites her most about the industry, and the pandemic lessons every provider needs to take with them into the future.