Must-Read News: HHGM Chances Rise

Happy Monday, Home Health Care News readers, and welcome back to another week. Thanks to all who said hi to our team at the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) annual conference and expo in Long Beach, California, last week. For those of you who didn’t attend, catch up on what happened with […]

Must-Read News: Hurricane Irma Hits Hard

Welcome back to another week, Home Health Care News readers. Catch up with our must-read news before diving into your Monday. Keep reading to see our top stories from last week. Over the weekend, the biggest news around the country was Hurricane Irma, which slammed into Florida. Read our coverage here. Around the Web  Texas […]

Weekly Jump-Start: The Republican Health Care Plan

Good day, Home Health Care readers, and welcome back from your Independence Day holiday. If you had a long weekend, like us, catch up on all things home health and home care with our weekly jump-start. Last week, we took a deep dive into the Republican health care bill in the Senate, the Better Care […]

Editor’s Picks: Pre-Claim to Start in Florida

It’s Christmas time in the city. That’s what we’ve been singing to stay chipper during the short Chicago winter days. Despite temperatures being lower in Chicago than Mars—yes, really—we were sure to keep readers up to date on the latest happenings in the home health industry. Most notably, we reported that the Pre-Claim Review Demonstration […]

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 […]

Editor’s Picks: New Bundled Payment Model

Hold on to your hats, folks! The winds of new regulations are blowing in fast. This week was all about new regulations, as we clue in our readers to the newest bundled payment initiative coming down the pipe from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. At the same time, home health industry groups were […]

Home Health Tech Goes Next-Level in Texas

A high-tech apartment unit makes it possible to receive a physical exam without ever leaving home, NPR’s Morning Edition reported Monday. Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) are experimenting with a live-in laboratory with health tracking technology built into furniture, appliances and floors to provide real-time information that can prevent falls in seniors […]