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3 Tips for Getting Your Home Care Agency Found Online

By | on 16, Dec 2015 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Transitions social media inbound marketing January 2016 Newsletter

I was on vacation earlier this year with my wife, who really likes to sleep in on vacation.  I like the idea of sleeping in as well, but I just can't do it.  Sometimes I can stay in bed until around 8[...]

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"97-Year-Old Visits Google" & the Future Role of Tech In Home Care

By | on 14, Dec 2015 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Home Care Technology Care Transitions triple aim technologies technology January 2016 Newsletter

A recent viral video, "A 97-Year-Old Visits Google, Is Flabbergasted By 'The Future'" has made the rounds on a number of established media outlets, including USA Today, CNN, CBS, and the Huffington Po[...]

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4 Social Media Myths and 4 Tips for Home Care

By | on 10, Dec 2015 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Transitions social media inbound marketing January 2016 Newsletter

I read an interesting article on LinkedIn Pulse, entitled, "Social Media for Business – 4 Myths about Social Media for Businesses" by Leku Percival, a copywriter and social media sales consultant.  I [...]

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How To Survive Year One When Starting a Homecare Agency

By | on 07, Dec 2015 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Transitions Ginny Kenyon home care technology report January 2016 Newsletter

 One of the industry experts I learn from every time we speak is Ginny Kenyon, principal at Kenyon Home Care Consulting.  Ginny helps open home care agencies and has given Ankota great inputs on our s[...]

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Bundles of Joy? How Bundled Payments will Effect Home Care

By | on 04, Oct 2015 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Transitions January 2016 Newsletter

 Everyone has heard about how Obamacare is driving a change in healthcare reimbursement from a pay per service model (where each service is reimbursed against a price sheet) to a pay per outcome model[...]

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