Program date/time: Thursday, April 9th at 1 pm ET/12 pm CT Making data-driven decisions is a key to success in any business – but the need is exacerbated in the ultra-competitive and low-margin private duty home care market. Using data to identify important trends is no longer considered a “luxury item” for home care agencies […]
Burnout is an issue for all industries, but especially with executives in home health. The daily oversight to ensure your facility is delivering quality care to its patients, promoting a positive staff experience, and maintaining a solid bottom line can consume the most seasoned individual. Though the task may seem overwhelming at times, know that […]
Having trouble making sense of your home care data? In home care, data mining and measurement can yield a deep array of reporting possibilities. Home care agencies of the future must have the capacity to unearth, filter and export reams of data into powerful reports that you can use to identify key trends, flag important […]
To improve caregiver retention, you must first reach caregiver satisfaction. Reaching the peak of caregiver satisfaction goes beyond compensation and shorter workdays. From the moment you hire caregivers, their satisfaction requires continuous focus until the day they retire – and it all starts with recruitment. But when the right steps are taken, your organization can […]
Program date/time: Tuesday, October 22nd at 1 pm ET/12 pm CT This panel will explore the pros and cons of technology adoption in private duty, as it relates to caregiver recruitment, retention, on-boarding, job satisfaction, as well as quality and operational efficiency. Learning Objectives: Understand best practices related to the use of technology and the […]
What will your revenue and expenses look like for a Medicare Part A resident admitted under PDPM? Find out with this free questionnaire from The Association for Medicare Billing and Reimbursement (AMBR) for Long-Term Care.