WSJ: Home Health Care Booming, But Leaving Workers Behind

Home health care is among the fastest-growing sectors in the U.S., projected to create nearly a million new jobs in the next decade. But the growth isn’t without significant challenges, the Wall Street Journal reports. The U.S. Department of Labor predicts the profession will grow by nearly 50% by 2022, the equivalent of close to […]

WSJ: Home Care Is a Rising Option, Not Without Cautions

Long term care can be made easier by in-home care aides, writes a Wall Street Journal article published this week. But there are considerations for consumers who are making the decision to utilize home care, the Journal cautions.  With nine out of 10 Americans wishing to age in their homes and communities, WSJ writes citing […]

WSJ: Medicare Opens Up to More Home Care

Medicare recipients with chronic conditions will now receive care under the program regardless whether or not their situations are likely to improve, according to an article from the Wall Street Journal. A legal settlement between the federal government and consumer advocate groups have paved the way for these Medicare patients to receive care both at […]