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What the New York DOH Survey Revealed About EVV

The New York State Department of Health’s EVV Stakeholder Report, which was part of its effort to successfully plan and implement EVV in time for the Cures Act mandate, includes information gathered from in-person listening sessions with providers and surveys conducted to assess the current landscape around EVV in NY. Read on for a summary of the findings.

The Homecare Agency Growth Roadmap

Home care is one of the fastest growing industries today, with the demand for home health aides expected to increase a whopping 41 percent through 2026! Learn how you can prepare your agency for the future in HHAeXchange’s Home Care Agency Growth Roadmap.

How to Prepare for the 21st Century Cures Act

Signed into law in December 2016, the 21st Century Cures Act’s purpose is to help bring new innovations and medical advances faster to patients who need them. Several of its provisions apply directly to homecare agencies. Here’s what providers need to know to prepare for the changes ahead and ensure compliance with the Cures Act EVV requirements.

What Every Homecare Provider Needs to Know About Value-Based Care

The healthcare industry is moving from a fee-for-service model to a value-based approach, which means payers like states and MCOs are shifting their focus away from the quantity of services delivered to the quality of care provided. Read on to learn more about this important change and how you can deliver value-based care.

How eLearning is Transforming In-Service Requirements in New York

Many homecare agencies have grown accustomed to spending time, money, and energy bringing caregivers in from the field for in-service days, and don’t realize that the requirements for in-service trainings have changed. Read on to learn more about New York’s current in-service rules and why agencies are making the switch to eLearning.

What Florida Providers Need to Know About EVV

Florida homecare agencies are required to implement EVV in advance of the Jan. 1, 2020 federal deadline in order to ensure compliance and a timely transition. Check out all the details here to get up to speed on what’s happening in the Sunshine State.