Electronic visit verification (EVV) is only the first step to an effective agency management solution. Discover some of the unique features that HHAeXchange can offer your agency.
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Homecare agency owners often wear many hats. Between running a business, leading the marketing strategy, and closing new business, most agency owners don’t have the time to stay up to date on trending industry news.
The latest attempts to pass a comprehensive healthcare bill aren’t the first to include significant cuts in the rate of Medicaid spending.
We’re all familiar with electronic visit verification (EVV), but are most people losing sight of its importance as the center of successful agency management? Sure, it’s an effective monitoring tool for tracking arrivals and departures, but top home care agencies are also using EVV as the engine to drive successful agency management.
Since the Fair Labor Standards Act went into effect in 2015, granting home care workers the right to overtime compensation, overtime management has become a significant challenge facing home care providers.
When home care agencies begin to grow and expand, many variables – from confusing technology compliance updates to sky-high administrative expenses – often hinder even the best intentions.
A quality employee base is important in every industry, but in home care, it’s an absolute necessity.
Value-based care is a major area of focus in the health care community and home care is no exception.
Community HealthChoices is bringing managed care to the Pennsylvania home care market, and last week’s Pennsylvania Home Care Association (PHA) Annual Conference was a critical event for home care agencies to learn more about what these changes mean.
In late 2016, the New York Times reported that home care aides represented one of the fastest-growing jobs in America, with more than 1.4 million people employed in the role.