PACE Program Gets First Update in a Decade

A relatively small program that provides medical and social services to older adults and enables aging in place is getting its first facelift since 2006. Some of the changes include proposals lawmakers have pushed since 2014. A new rule proposal from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) would update the Programs of All-Inclusive […]

The Biggest Home Health Care News of 2015

Home Health Care News kept readers on the forefront of breaking news throughout the home health and home care industry in 2015. The year was marked by rapidly-changing regulations and a booming emergence of app-based caregiving services. From policy changes to major acquisitions and reports on the biggest players in the industry, here’s a list […]

POTUS Signs Innovation Act, Expands Home Health Opportunties

Long-awaited legislation that could allow more individuals to receive care services in their homes has been signed into law. President Obama recently signed the Innovation Act, opening up the Programs of All-Inclsuive Care for the Elderly (PACE) for people in need of nursing home level of care to receive these services at home. The bill […]