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Home Care Combined with Healthcare can be Transformative

By | on 01, Jan 2018 |   Home Care Best Practices Home Care Care Transitions Home Health

The landscape for the home care market has always been shaped by the available reimbursement for care. This won't change, but the care models of the future will evolve and will move to a model that re[...]

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Resources for Entrepreneurs Launching a Non Medical Home Care Startup

By | on 06, Dec 2015 |   Home Care Entrepreneurship Starting a Home Care Business Home Care Industry Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Home Care NPDA PDHCA

Editor's Note: This post was originally published in April 2011 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness. This post was provoked by a call from a family friend, Kelly, who is considerin[...]

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Proof That Non-Medical Home Care Aides Can Significantly Reduce Hospitalizations

By | on 25, Feb 2015 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Coordination Home Care Avoidable Readmissions

For the most part, Home Care Aides have not received significant formal health care training, but they are often the best care providers on the planet.  They're able to learn the skills needed to prov[...]

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13 Habits for Improving Home Care Marketing and Sales Performance

By | on 16, Feb 2015 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Coordination Home Care

Dr. Travis Bradberry, co-author of the #1 bestselling book, Emotional Intelligence 2.0, wrote an interesting and insightful article called, 13 Habits of Exceptionally Likeable People that I encourage [...]

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Taking Responsibility for Reductions in Hospital Readmissions: Be Careful!

By | on 12, Feb 2015 |   Home Care Blog Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Coordination Aging in Place Technology Home Care Care Transitions Elizabeth E. Hogue Esq. hospital readmissions griswold home care

Elizabeth E. Hogue, Esq. has written an in-depth article, "Taking Responsibility for Reductions in Hospital Readmissions: Be Careful!" that we encourage you to read, reposted here:

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5 Business Books Every Home Care Owner Should Read

By | on 09, Feb 2015 |   Home Care Blog Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Coordination Aging in Place Technology Home Care Care Transitions Mediashower.com

I love it when I meet someone in an unexpected way and find that they do extraordinary things.  I met John Hargrave in church.  He and I both have some musical talents (he plays bass and I play trumpe[...]

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How to Choose a Reputable In-Home Caregiver via Griswold Home Care

By | on 04, Feb 2015 |   Home Care Blog Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Coordination Aging in Place Technology Home Care Care Transitions griswold home care

Griswold Home Care recently posted a piece called, Caregiver Ethics: How to Choose a Reputable In-Home Caregiver that they have graciously allowed us to share with you here.

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What Does It Mean to be a Home Care Nurse or Aide?

By | on 02, Feb 2015 |   Home Care Blog Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Coordination Aging in Place Technology home care software geek Home Care Care Transitions

In the first home care industry event that I ever attended, I met two gentlemen named Tom Boyd and Tom Nicholas.  Their company, aptly named Boyd and Nicholas, was very focused.  They billed themselve[...]

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Home Care Software Geek Shares Forbes Top 10 Tech Trends for 2015

By | on 28, Jan 2015 |   Home Care Blog Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Coordination Aging in Place Technology home care software geek Home Care Care Transitions forbes tech trends 2015

The Home Care Software Geek posts in this blog don't talk about Home Care Nursing Software, Private Duty Telephony, DME Delivery Software, Care Transitions or the other topics we focus on regularly at[...]

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Three Tips to Make Homes Easier for Home Care Aides to Keep Clean

By | on 26, Jan 2015 |   Home Care Blog Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Coordination Aging in Place Technology Home Care forbes

One of the most important tasks a home care aide has is to keep their client’s house clean. A clean and hygienic home is the best place for patients to recuperate and recover from their illness.

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