Editor’s Picks: Regulations, Rules and Rising Rates

As 2016 starts winding down and the health care industry braces for changes likely to come with the incoming Trump administration, a few last-ditch laws are coming down the pike. We were sure to let our readers know which regulations could impact the home health and hospice industry, for better or for worse. We also […]

How Tech Like Amazon’s ‘Alexa’ Is Benefiting Bayada

Bayada Home Health Care, one of the top 10 largest home health companies in the United States, recently entered into a multi-year strategic partnership with Chicago-based health care technology firm PreparedHealth. Together, the companies are aiming to keep home health clients out of the hospital and safely aging in their own homes. This goal is […]

Editor’s Take: Telehealth is Dead, and Good Riddance

Does no one care about telehealth? That question has been on my mind for a while now, and it all goes back to one of my favorite daily activities: checking our Home Health Care News website stats, to see which articles are getting the most attention from readers. Often, we can predict which articles will […]

Amazon — Home Care Agencies’ Newest Competitor?

E-commerce giant Amazon is launching a new section in the United States, Home Services, where customers can shop for professional help, the company announced Monday. Services include house cleaning and other household chores, and may present competition for some private-duty home care agencies that provide those services for clients. At launch, the Amazon Home Services store […]