Home Health Agencies Plan to Invest in Training and Marketing in 2013

Home health agencies are planning to invest most in marketing and training of their staff in 2013 according to results from a survey published by Home Health Line. 

Consisting of responses from 159 home health care agencies, 52.2% said they planned to invest most of their money on education and training, with another 37.1% saying it would go to sales and marketing. 

As far as what specific types of training, ICD-10 training for coders and clinicians was the top category, with 74.7% saying they planned to increase their spending. ICD-10 codes for diseases, signs and symptoms of patients.


View a copy of the survey here.

Written by John Yedinak

John Yedinak



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