Voices: Tom Lillis, Associate Partner, Stoneridge Partners

This article is sponsored by Stoneridge Partners. In this Voices interview, Home Health Care News sits down with Tom Lillis, associate partner at Stoneridge Partners and leader of the new Stoneridge Strategic Consulting Group. Tom tells us what impact he expects the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) to have on the industry in 2020 and why […]

[Sponsored] 3 Ways Talent Experts Are Impacting Home Health Care in 2020

Ask home health operators for their top challenge in 2020, and again and again, the answer comes back: staffing. In the 2019 State of Home Health Care Staffing Survey from Home Health Care News, 66% of respondents said that staffing challenges are “very impactful” on their organizations’ ability to grow business.  But dig a little […]

Voices: William Simione III, Managing Principal, Simione Healthcare Consultants

This article is sponsored by Simione Healthcare Consultants. In this Voices interview, Home Health Care News sat down with Simione Healthcare Consultants Managing Principal William “Billy” Simione III to get his take on the biggest challenges for home health and hospice providers in 2020, what data points and metrics home health and hospice providers should […]

[Sponsored] How Technology is Driving Wellness in Home Care

The shift toward value-based care over the past decade has had several natural outcomes, including heightened attention on delivering care within the home and focusing on a person’s entire self as it pertains to care delivery. Improving outcomes in a value-based system brings a fusing of two fast-growing elements of home care: whole-person wellness and […]

[Sponsored] 6 Stunning Home Care Staffing Statistics and How Scheduling Technology Can Help

When CEO Brandi Kurtyka of myCNAjobs looks at the staffing challenges facing home care today, she sees a landscape that demands new solutions. “The challenge is we’re operating in a market with historically low unemployment — it’s the lowest it’s been since 1969,” Kurtyka said recently in a webinar about how technology can solve staffing […]

[Sponsored] Embrace Therapy Under PDGM for Outcomes Excellence

The Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) has some home health agencies running away from providing therapy. But in fact, the inclusion of therapy in an interdisciplinary care plan under PDGM represents one of the greatest opportunities to impact patient outcomes and patient satisfaction. When PDGM takes effect Jan. 1, 2020, home health providers will begin navigating […]

[Sponsored] 4 Tips to Proving Outcomes for Hospice Palliative Care

As the post-acute care landscape shifts to a value-based payment landscape, all post-acute care types are tasked with developing ways to demonstrate outcomes. This is true for home health care and skilled nursing under the new payment models taking effect in 2019 and 2020 under the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), but also […]

[Sponsored] How Point of Care Technology Helps Health Care Providers Maximize Claims Reimbursements

Home health care providers want to improve their patients’ lives and create a care experience that is patient-centered and second-to-none. They also want to get paid. And today, with rising patient volume and increased regulatory requirements — including Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) and the forthcoming implementation of the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) — the challenges […]

Voices: Ian Juliano, CEO, Trella Health

This article is sponsored by Trella Health. In this Voices interview, Home Health Care News sits down with Trella Health CEO Ian Juliano to get his take on today’s market challenges for home health and hospice providers, why coordinated care is well within reach, and how providers can use data to prove their value and […]