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Communication and health monitoring technology and devices will enhance the potential for improved home health care services over the next decade. The technology exists to improve patients' access to specialized care, to monitor in-home risks for patients who have dementia or limitations in activities of daily living, and to minimize annoyances such as delays and long wait times.
Compliance Issues in Home Health and Hospice (2014 Compliance Institu…
This presentation will cover the compliance enforcement target areas in home health and hospice, identify new regulatory compliance measures in Medicare and Me…
Home Health Patients vs. All Medicare Beneficiaries [Infographic]
While all Medicare beneficiaries are in need of healthcare services, home healthcare beneficiaries are typically more vulnerable than the average Medicare patient. They are older, more likely to live
Inspiration: 5 things about nurses on Pinterest - Scrubs | The Leading Lifestyle Nursing Magazine Featuring Inspirational and Informational Nursing Articles
Ever feel like a hero without a cape? You'll want to print out these quotes. :)
The marketing of home care shifts into high gear
The once-amicable and highly local business of home caregiving has become a multibillion-dollar industry marked by for-profit franchising and cutthroat competition.
Ohio Hospital Association | Ohio Hospital Association
Established in 1915, OHA is the nation’s first state-level hospital association. OHA exists to collaborate with member hospitals and health systems to ensure a healthy Ohio. OHA represents hospitals and health systems throughout Ohio.
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It’s best to start the conversation about in-home senior care with your loved one early. This forethought is vital during the early stages of diseases like Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s. For tips on having this important conversation, take a look at this infographic.
Disability Services & Supports - PASCO
PASCO (Personal Assistance Services of Colorado) is here to help. We offer services and resources for family care takers, children, adults and seniors. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you take care of your family.