Health Care Law Changes to see Increased Benefits for Boomers

Baby boomers look to reap greater benefits than from the Affordable Care Act than before, as the federal government initiates changes to the health care law in coming years, reports USA Today. As unemployment and rising health care costs have shrunk many retirement funds among many aging Americans, the recession looks to have impacted boomers […]

Patient-Centered Homes to Help Reign in Health Care Costs

Patient-centered medical homes (PCMH) while striving to improve patient outcomes, simultaneously seek to reduce health care costs, according to the New York Law Journal (NYLJ).  Usually led by a physician, patients in a PCMH model have an ongoing relationship with their doctor and a team that is collectively responsible for patient care. A PCMH is […]

Senate Committee on Aging Gathers in D.C. to Discuss Personal Care Aide Training

The Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI) and the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging are gathering long-term services and supports experts for a discussion on personal care aide (PCA) training next month in Washington, D.C. as the industry seeks to establish some guidelines for the rapidly expanding sector. During the briefing, Dr. Dorie Seavy, PHI’s director […]

New Alliances Between Home Care Industry & Hospitals Crucial as Boomers Age

America’s headed toward a “geritocracy,” says a home health care association regarding the aging of the massive boomer generation, and health care reform initiatives could forge “crucial” alliances between the home health care industry and hospitals to continue a substantial growth trajectory.  The Northwest Herald reports: [The] National Association for Home Care & Hospice has […]