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Home Care Software Geek explains LinkedIn

By | on 30, Dec 2010 |   home care software geek

In our ongoing effort to educate the home care industry on what's going on in technology, here's an introduction to LinkedIn from Ankota's CTO and resident software geek.

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Aging in Place Technology Trends for 2010

By | on 28, Dec 2010 |   Care Coordination Aging in Place Technology Elderly Care

Here in the Home Care Technology world, we keep our eye on a very closely related set of technologies designed for Aging in Place, and nobody tracks this better than our friend Laurie Orlov.  You can [...]

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Is Scheduling for Homecare Today's Biggest Challenge?

By | on 24, Dec 2009 |   Holiday Wishes Home Care Scheduling Software

Actually it's a trick question, because today is Christmas Eve...  Think of all the visits that Santa needs to schedule today!  We know that home care scheduling software is tricky and we're proud of [...]

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Health Care Reform Point and Counterpoint

By | on 23, Dec 2009 |   Health Care Reform Home Care Technology Home Care Industry

In order to give a fair and balanced view of healthcare reform, here's a set of links to sites who have opinions on the matter.  As you'll see, the list includes both positive and negative views.

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My Favorite YouTube Video EVER - Happy Holidays

By | on 22, Dec 2009 |   Holiday Wishes

Does this post have anything to do with scheduling for home health care? Nope!

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Ankota's Book of the Year: "The Innovator's Prescription"

By | on 21, Dec 2009 |   Recommended Reading thought leadership Care Coordination Aging in Place Technology Home Care Industry Elderly Care

If you're looking for a great holiday read, or perhaps the perfect last minute gift for the homecare expert in your life, consider Ankota's selection for book of the year, The Innovator's Prescription[...]

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Ten Tips to Help Your Elderly Loved Ones at Holiday Time Enjoy the Season

By | on 17, Dec 2009 |   Aging in Place Technology Holiday Wishes Elderly Care

by: Lori Solomon

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Happy Holidays from Ankota

By | on 15, Dec 2009 |   Home Care Industry Holiday Wishes

Let's face it, Home Care Optimization is hard work.  Some days we're working to bring the latest advances in home care scheduling software to the market.  Other days we're devising ways that home care[...]

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Reshaping Health Care Delivery per the CEO of Kaiser Permanente

By | on 14, Dec 2009 |   Health Care Reform thought leadership transitional care Care Coordination Video

George Halvorson, Chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, has proven the thesis of better care at lower cost time and time again.  He is an excellent speaker who can answer difficult healthcare questio[...]

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Do Doctors Understand Home Care? These Three Do!!!

By | on 11, Dec 2009 |   Health Care Reform NAHC Home Healthcare Delivery Management

Lots of my friends are doctors, and of course they're interested in what I do, but talking to them about home care is a lot like talking to them about your kid's ballet recital.  They're happy to hear[...]

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Terrific Home Care Industry Insights from Boyd and Nicholas

By | on 09, Dec 2009 |   Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology Home Care Mobile Solutions

One of the information sources I've found both useful and enjoyable is the weekly email blast from the Home Care Consulting firm Boyd and Nicholas, managed by Tom Boyd and Tom Nicholas.  I met these g[...]

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What Home Care Software Companies can Learn from Boomers

By | on 09, Dec 2009 |   Product Information thought leadership Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology

One of the tricky things we struggle with when developing software for home care is to determine who we're creating it for.  Let's face it, our market today is an older crowd in their 70s, 80s and old[...]

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I'd Rather Die at Home...

By | on 05, Dec 2009 |   Health Care Reform thought leadership Aging in Place Technology

A recent story aired on 60 minutes about "The Cost of Dying" and explained that $50B a year is being spent in the US on care for patients in their last two months of life.  You can learn more about th[...]

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