What Home-Based Care Agencies Need to Know About OSHA’s New Guidelines

In an effort to ease some of the COVID-19 burden, federal regulators have relaxed certain restrictions on home-based care providers since the Trump administration declared a public health emergency on March 13. But while the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and other agencies loosen their grip, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) […]

Editor’s Picks: Home Health Agencies of the Future

This week, Home Health Care News readers tuned into stories about lawsuits, coding and next-generation home health agencies. From the look of things, big changes are ahead. Here in the newsroom, we were impressed by the vigor of some of China’s rowdiest retirees. Most Read 4 Features of the Home Health Agency of the Future—A […]

Home Care Becomes No. 1 Target for Labor Lawsuits

The home health industry has been hammered with new requirements over the last few years, particularly when it comes to labor laws. And even as providers scramble to comply with new regulations, the number of lawsuits against them has soared. Between new overtime requirements, higher wage rates and salary exemption changes, the home health industry […]