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6 Lessons for Home Health Care from Fifty Shades of Gray?!?

By | on 03, May 2012 |   Home Care Entrepreneurship Recommended Reading Private Duty Home Care Blogs Home Care Industry Elderly Care Care Coordination thought leadership transitional care HME DME Will Hicklen Home Therapy Therapy Software Accountable Care Organizations ACO Home Care Blogs Managing Post Acute Care Home Care Dispatch Learning

Maybe you don't want to give a copy of Fifty Shades of Gray to your elderly home care patients, but you might just learn some valuable things from the block-buster novel. If you are a physical therapi[...]

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Firing Home Healthcare Staff: The 10 Worst Things You Can Say

By | on 07, Feb 2012 |   Home Care Entrepreneurship Recommended Reading Starting a Home Care Business HME Delivery Operations Home Care Industry Private Duty Agency Software Care Coordination thought leadership transitional care Home Healthcare Delivery Management HME DME Checklists Home Care Mobile Solutions Will Hicklen Home Care Home Health Therapy Software Physical Therapy software

Whether you are part of a hospital system like Johns Hopkins Home Care Group in Baltimore or an independent Physical Therapy agency like Rehab Maxx in Chicagoland, Ankota's customers must sometimes fa[...]

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Can Your Home Care Agency Help Prevent Delirium?

By | on 09, Jan 2012 |   Home Care Entrepreneurship Recommended Reading Alzheimer's Elderly Care Home Care Blogs

Delirium is likely to be the most costly and debilitating disease afflicting the elderly that you never heard of.  We focus lots of attention on dementia, alzheimers and fall-related issues, and we sh[...]

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Billy Graham's New Book Offers Compelling Perspective on Elderly Care

By | on 17, Nov 2011 |   Recommended Reading Elderly Care thought leadership Learning

Renowned spiritual leader Billy Graham spent his life career inspiring people to live lives of grace, faith and charity. Now, at the age of 93, Rev. Graham is inspiring us in the final stages of life.[...]

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Home Care SEO: Making Home Care Web Sites Better

By | on 28, Sep 2011 |   Recommended Reading Starting a Home Care Business Marketing Home Care Blogging Elderly Care Private Duty Agency Software Will Hicklen Home Care NPDA PDHCA Home Care Blogs

There is much too much to cover in SEO concepts to do so effectively in a single post, so we’ll provide a series of articles to make it easy. Provide your email address in the form to the right to be [...]

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Operational Excellence Home Care Agency? - 1st of 6 parts

By | on 09, Jul 2010 |   Recommended Reading Home Care Industry Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Home Healthcare Delivery Management Home Care Technology Checklists Home Care Scheduling Software

Having worked in logistics for approximately fifteen years one of the industry rags I pick up on a regular basis is Logistics Management.  Recently there was an article titled “The Five Hallmarks of O[...]

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Home Care Leadership: Forbes.com on Planning Time Away

By | on 07, Jun 2010 |   Recommended Reading Home Care Industry Home Care Best Practices thought leadership Home Healthcare Delivery Management Will Hicklen

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Book Review: Reengineering Health Care: A Good Primer

By | on 25, May 2010 |   Recommended Reading Home Care Best Practices Health Care Reform thought leadership Aging in Place Technology

Last week I attended a seminar on the subject of Patient-Centered Design, which included a key note address by Jim Champy, the author of the new book Reengineering Health Care: A Manifesto for Radical[...]

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Healthcare Won't Reform Itself, writes Kaiser Chief

By | on 15, Feb 2010 |   Recommended Reading Home Care Industry Elderly Care Health Care Reform Care Coordination thought leadership

George Halvorson, the CEO of Kaiser Permanente, continues to emerge as one of my heroes.  Since Kaiser is a managed care company, they win by providing the best care at the lowest cost.  If they don't[...]

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