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Volunteers are the heart of hospice care. In fact, in the United States hospice care began as a volunteer-based movement. Volunteers are a vital part of the interdisciplinary team (IDG), a Medicare requirement under the Conditions of Participation. A minimum … Keep Reading
Caregivers are not the only healthcare professionals facing extreme burnout. Physicians are slogging through many of the same challenges. Your clients’ care is funneled through a system clogged with an abundance of paperwork and a shortage of staff. Electronic medical … Keep Reading
The healthcare industry and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) continue to push and incentivize the use of integrative technology to solve healthcare challenges. Industry-wide dependence on interoperability has increased so drastically that remote care monitoring (RCM) is … Keep Reading
Care at home organizations are dealing with an influx of resignations on top of an already decades-long healthcare staffing shortage. Dubbed “the Great Resignation,” the numbers associated with the worker scarcity are astounding: one in five healthcare workers have quit … Keep Reading
As we continue to face repercussions of the pandemic, we also face an epidemic related to the shortage of staff in almost every home health organization across the country. There is no exception. Technology has played a significant role in … Keep Reading
When a patient is receiving hospice care, one major facet of that care is medications. The average hospice patient receives more than 10 medications a day, which can be immensely expensive for consumers and hospice organizations. These rising costs created … Keep Reading
We know interoperability improves care coordination, a sore spot in many providers’ operations. Yet interoperability impacts more than just care transitions. An integrated operational method enables a seamless delivery of quality care while also improving efficiency and decreasing costs. This … Keep Reading
From the first bedside conversation to the final bill out the door, when identifying referral patterns and types of patients needed to further clinical education, the cycle of the care journey has gaps that can be bridged by interoperability. Home … Keep Reading
For many people, coworkers feel like a second family and the workplace serves as a second home. As such, the work environment should be conducive to employees’ well-being. This second home should be a main source of improving a person’s … Keep Reading
In-home care has become a great and more affordable alternative to facility-based healthcare. However, there are a number of different in-home care service lines from which a patient can choose and providers can offer, mainly home health, private duty, hospice … Keep Reading
As we find ourselves entering 2022 with the pandemic still affecting hospice organizations, pulled in many directions with regulatory changes and staffing scarcities, operational success and seeing progress can be difficult. This blog will get you back to surer footing … Keep Reading
We already know reviewing billing processes for accuracy and efficiency is the first step toward growing revenue, but taking this first step does not mean that achieving financial success is guaranteed. This is just preparation for the journey, gassing up … Keep Reading


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