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EVV Best Practice: The One Day Time Sheet

By | on 02, Oct 2017 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Transitions September 2017 Newsletter

As agencies move to Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) they will achieve numerous benefits including regulatory compliance and increased speed for processing billing and payroll. To learn more about [...]

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6 Findings from Healthcare Strategist Stephen Tweed

By | on 22, Aug 2017 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Transitions September 2017 Newsletter

Stephen Tweed, CSP, is an internationally known health care and business strategist, award winning professional speaker, published author, and industry researcher.  Over the years, we have shared some[...]

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Does Blogging Help Drive More Inbound Leads for Home Care Agencies?

By | on 10, Aug 2017 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Transitions September 2017 Newsletter

Today's article is by Jason Chagnon from Providentia Marketing.  Jason and Providentia's goals are to help to drive client referrals and attract caregivers to your agency.  In today's blog, he offers [...]

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7 Ways Business Consultation can Help Your Startup Home Care Agency

By | on 05, Aug 2017 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Transitions Ginny Kenyon September 2017 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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What is EVV and How Does it Impact Your Home Care Business?

By | on 01, Aug 2017 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Care Transitions September 2017 Newsletter

The 21 Century Cures Act, which recently passed through the US congress with strong bi-partisan support is mandating EVV for home care.  Let's talk about what this means and more specifically what it [...]

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