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Ankota: Ushering in the Next Generation of Homecare Blog

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21 Points That Make for Good Clinicians in Post Acute Care

By | on 30, Mar 2012 |   thought leadership transitional care Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology Home Care Mobile Solutions Home Care Industry Home Care Best Practices PDHCA Home Therapy Care Coordination Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Blogs Will Hicklen Geriatric Care Management National Association of Geriatric Care Managers Long Term Care

I ran across this post on LinkedIn and thought I'd share it right away, from Angela Gentile, of Gerontology Professionals of Canada. Angelina begins with a few thoughts about bedside manner, and follo[...]

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Home Care Recruitment / Retention Best Practices from Easy Living

By | on 29, Mar 2012 |   Elderly Care Home Care Best Practices Home Care Home Care Blogs

Unlike traditional publishing, blogging is more of a conversational means of communication and we've had the privilege of reading and learning from other people's blogs.  In our efforts to encourage t[...]

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Home Care Software Geek Shares 5 Key Technologies for the Elderly

By | on 27, Mar 2012 |   Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology home care software geek Elderly Care

Laurie Orlov is an expert consultant focused on technologies for Aging in Place.  She shares a wealth of information about technologies that are emerging for elderly care and specifically those that c[...]

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Boomer to Boomer is in the Home Care Social Media Conversation

By | on 26, Mar 2012 |   fighting heart disease

Your friendly neighborhood social media marketing expert here!  I’m back again to share some interesting and topical articles that I found buzzing around the web.  And once again I am impressed by the[...]

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Should Home Care Be the New Hospital?

By | on 21, Mar 2012 |   Health Care Reform transitional care Home Care Industry Elderly Care Home Care Entrepreneurship Home Care Home Healthcare Delivery Management Accountable Care Organizations ACO

I came across a very interesting article entitled "Why one-third of hospitals will close by 2020."  The article, by David Houle and Jonathan Fleece appears on the website KevinMD.com.  Some of the key[...]

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The Boomer Summit is in the Home Care Social Media Conversation

By | on 19, Mar 2012 |   Aging in Place Technology Elderly Care Home Care Blogs Home Care Blog

This week I have curated another set of vibrant online discussions in the home care field.  This comes as no surprise as we all know that we are in a thriving industry made up of smart, dedicated, and[...]

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"In the Words" of Home Health Care Leaders

By | on 14, Mar 2012 |   Care Coordination Elderly Care Home Care Best Practices Home Care Entrepreneurship Home Care Home Healthcare Delivery Management

A former business associate of Leading Home Care's Stephen Tweed went on to build a business that writes books based on the words of various groups of leaders.  His most recent book is "In THE WORDS O[...]

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Aging in Place Tech is in the Home Care Social Media conversation

By | on 12, Mar 2012 |   Aging in Place Technology Home Care Industry Home Care Blogs Blogging

Looking around the web for current discussions in the home care field, I found a wide variety of interesting and active conversations.  Whether the topic is Best Practices, industry news, business adv[...]

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Home Care Software Geek: Smart Phones outnumber Traditional Cells

By | on 06, Mar 2012 |   Home Care Technology home care software geek Home Care Industry

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

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Social Networking and Private Duty: How To Join The Conversation

By | on 04, Mar 2012 |   Home Care Best Practices Home Care Blogs Blogging

My past two posts discussed the merits of using social networking to market your private duty home care business.  Ultimately, my opinion is that social networking is a form of traditional “face-to-fa[...]

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Home Care Leadership Redefined

By | on 01, Mar 2012 |   Home Care Industry Elderly Care Leadership Home Care Blogs

We enjoy Ginny Kenyon's home care consulting blog so much that we share her stories frequently.  In this week's post which she entitled "Leading Healthcare Into the Future – Any Takers?," Ginny lays o[...]

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