Coronavirus Daily Update: Cash Flow Relief Coming; Congress Hints at More Action

During this critical time, Home Health Care News remains committed to bringing you all the essential news related to home-based care operations. At the same time, we also recognize the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to our regular content, we’ll continue to highlight industry-related developments and mitigation strategies in this rolling bulletin. What […]

Aging in Place Positioned to ‘Upend’ Senior Housing

More than three out of every four Americans age 50 and older say they prefer to remain in their current community — and likely their individual homes — for as long as possible, according to AARP statics. Combined with technologies that enable aging in place, that preference is positioned to “upend” the U.S. senior housing […]

[Upcoming Webinar] Middle Income Seniors in 2029: A Customer Profile

Date: Nov. 5, 2019Time: 1:00 p.m. CT – 2:00 p.m. CTRegister Now Who Are America’s Middle Income Seniors and How Can We Care for Them? The Forgotten Middle is a fast-growing and significant demographic group of seniors that demands attention and planning. By 2029, there will be 14.4 million middle-income seniors in the U.S., many with too […]

Senior Housing Will Be Too Pricey for 54% of Mid-Income Older Adults by 2029

By 2029, nearly 8 million middle-income older Americans won’t be able to afford senior housing at today’s average market rates, new research shows. While the statistics have negative implications for the senior housing industry, they create opportunities for home-based care providers, whose services are often the least expensive option for seniors. The findings come from […]

Genesis CEO George Hager: SNF-to-Home Diversion Wave Is Over

Throughout the past decade, health care policymakers have attempted to curb spending by shifting care into the home and away from hospitals, skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and other higher-acuity settings. Coupled with demographic tailwinds tied to a baby boomer generation that is rapidly aging, those efforts have contributed to the growing U.S. home health care […]

Paul Ryan: ‘Fee-For-Service Doesn’t work,’ MA the Future of Medicare

As if home care agencies needed any more encouragement to dive into the Medicare Advantage (MA) world, they got some last week — courtesy of a well-known Capitol Hill veteran. Home care providers have been positioning their businesses to appeal to potential MA players since April 2018, when Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) […]

‘Drive to Home,’ Medicare Changes Are Creating More Integrated Senior Care

In years to come, cross-continuum collaboration and the formation of integrated care delivery models that keep people away from hospitals will be the main catalysts for lowering U.S. health care spending. For senior housing, assisted living and independent living providers, in particular, that makes establishing relationships with home- and community-based partners all the more important. […]