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Administrators and designated staff in home care organizations spend countless hours working on authorization requests. Tracking requests can be time-consuming and difficult to maintain, and most organizations have unfortunately experienced large write-offs that come with missing or late authorizations. Meticulous … Keep Reading
In this episode of Help Choose Home, we welcome Cheryl Hammons, CFE, CSA, strategic partnership director for Veterans Care Coordination, a business that helps qualified U.S. veterans and their surviving spouses access aid and attendance benefits provided by the Department … Keep Reading
There are many misconceptions about memory loss and depression today. While both conditions can be symptoms of a larger illness, neither is a direct result of the aging process in and of itself. Neither is an inevitable part of aging … Keep Reading
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently announced new funding opportunities for states to begin transitioning care from long-term care (LTC) facilities to home and community-based care settings. This funding presents tremendous growth potential for in-home care organizations … Keep Reading
To get the most return on investment for any conference, it’s important to take 15 to 20 minutes to plan ahead. With social distancing guidelines currently halting in-person events, preparing for an online event is essential because once the event … Keep Reading
A clinical supervisor (CS) has a demanding job. Good organizational habits and efficiencies are the keys to their success. In order to understand how these key elements play a role in job success, let’s look at the professional life of … Keep Reading
The current health of any home care organization can be measured in a variety of ways. One of the most effective is to evaluate the number of caregivers on the roster and how efficiently they are being utilized. Scheduling for … Keep Reading
While it may seem like a simple concept, effective communication takes a lot of effort for an organization. Now, more than ever, it is critical to ensure your caregivers are getting the information they need during these uncertain times. Since … Keep Reading
Home care organizations are made up of two very different yet integral teams, clinicians and operators. We have explored the differences between the two teams in the first part of our series. To ensure long-term success, it is important for … Keep Reading
The clinicians and operators of your organization must work together toward a shared goal by carrying out their separate roles. We have explored the differences between the two teams in the first part of our series. To ensure long-term success, … Keep Reading
Home care organizations are made up of two teams: clinicians and operators. A successful marriage between these teams is like a pair of glasses. Each lens has a separate focus but only when connected and working together can you achieve … Keep Reading
Home care organizations are made up of two teams: clinicians and operators. A successful marriage between these teams is like a pair of glasses. Each lens has a separate focus but only when connected and working together properly can you … Keep Reading

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