The new Home Health Conditions of Participation (CoPs) are right around the corner! In order to be successful, home health agencies should be preparing now. You should identify elements of the revised CoPS that will require action by your home health agency. You may need to address job descriptions, qualifications, and duties, as well as create or amend policies,Read More
Home Health Educational Resources
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Home Health Frequently Asked Questions
What is Home Health Care?
Home Health, in its simplest definition, is care provided to individuals at home rather than in a hospital, inpatient unit or physician’s office. The care provided typically consists of part time or intermittent skilled care which may include nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.
Home Care Software Solutions – Choosing a Home Care Software Vendor
Are you looking for a home care software vendor that offers hospice software and/or home health software. Choosing the right software is a big decision and many factors should be taken into consideration when making your choice. Following are some important points to consider when making your move.
Best Practices for Working with Home Health Commercial Payers
Medicare continues to reduce payments, forcing home health agencies to look for other ways to maintain revenue and profits. One alternative source of revenue to consider is home health commercial payers. To be successful when working with commercial (private insurance) payers your agency will need to be organized and well prepared.