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The unemployment rate in the United States recently reached just 3.9%—a tight labor market. In April, the share of new health care jobs also reached a new high, with 24,400 new health care jobs added to the economy. Home health added 16,900 jobs, according to Altarum.
While many seniors will end up using hospice care in the last few weeks of life, those without a home aren’t often so lucky to receive care. One homeless man’s story with cancer describes a wider problem.
We ranked the highest paid CEOs in the industry, including total compensation in 2017.
Longer home health care visits—by just one minute—are tied to an 8% drop in readmission risk, according to a new study.
Home care startup Hometeam named a new CEO last week, who also outlined the company’s growth into the dual-eligibles market.
Written by Amy Baxter