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It’s time that policymakers and payers see the value of home-based care as more than the “piggy bank” for the U.S. health care system. That’s according to Deborah Hoyt, senior vice president of public policy for Axxess. In this Future … Keep Reading
Palliative care is a foundational principle of medicine that dates back to caregivers who understood the need to relieve a person’s suffering. In modern times, palliative care has become part of the broader healthcare continuum and is practiced in acute … Keep Reading
The shift to the new Home Health Value-Based Purchasing (HHVBP) Model can seem overwhelming. Deciphering reports to understand the impact of HHVBP isn’t easy but it can be done by understanding how scores are calculated. In fact, by using individualized … Keep Reading
Home health providers are still digesting the fallout from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) 2024 Home Health Final Rule released on November 1. The rule brought a mix of good and bad news that will have a … Keep Reading
Palliative care is often unique to each provider rather than a ‘one size fits all’ model. However, collaboration and coordination are essential to providing quality palliative care for people facing serious illness or end-of-life care. And when working with partners, … Keep Reading
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) introduced the Hospice Value-Based Insurance Design (VBID) model to help patients experience a smooth transition to end-of-life care, ensuring that patient-centered needs are met by hospice providers. This model also ensures that … Keep Reading
Data security in healthcare is critical to keep organizations compliant and maintain the trust of patients and their families. Breaches can bring costs that include literal dollars (ransomware, fines, legal fees, etc.) and less tangible but still important expenses (reputation, … Keep Reading
Home-based care has come a long way since 2020. But for the industry to rise to the next level and better leverage innovative technologies, a greater degree of interoperability is needed, according to Tim Ingram, executive vice president of interoperability … Keep Reading
Hospice care has historically been grounded in person-to-person communication without a heavy reliance on technology. However, drastically increased hospice utilization and the pandemic-driven adoption of technology across health care settings have transformed the landscape entirely. In order to stay competitive … Keep Reading
All healthcare organizations are collecting immense amounts of data, but very rarely are providers using it to its fullest potential. Hospice, with its high-touch nature, is no exception, and providers who optimize the use of their data can gain critical … Keep Reading
Staffing is the biggest pain point in the industry today and will continue to pose challenges in the upcoming years. As home-based care organizations grapple with fewer staff and rising demands, many are turning to technology to help ease the … Keep Reading
As the hospice landscape shifts and hospice care is delivered more widely, another care type has made entry into the conversation: palliative care. However, unlike hospice services, which have a distinct payment model supported by the Centers for Medicare and … Keep Reading

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