Lessons Learned from New York’s Home-Based Care Providers

As of April 1, roughly 2,000 people in New York had died as a result of COVID-19, making New York the U.S. epicenter of the global pandemic. The state has had tens of thousands of cases overall.

While most of the spotlight has focused on New York’s overburdened hospital system, the state’s in-home care providers have also been feeling the pressure. Home health and home care agencies, for example, have dealt with canceled visits, PPE shortages and other serious coronavirus-related issues. 

New York is seeing the worst of COVID-19 in the United States today, but other states and regions will likely experience similar challenges in days and weeks to come. This one-hour webinar will highlight the lessons learned thus far in New York and help home-based care providers across the country stay ahead of the curve.

Listen to this webinar to learn:

  • What providers are doing to combat PPE shortages and other challenges caused by the pandemic
  • How home-based care providers fit into the overall COVID-19 emergency in New York
  • What you can do operationally to prepare moving forward
  • And more!

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A COVID-19 Case Study:

Roger Noyes
Director of Communications 
Home Care Association of New York State

Michael Bernstein 
EVP and Chief Administrative Officer 
Visiting Nurse Service of New York  

Dan Lowenstein  
Vice President of Government Affairs   
Visiting Nurse Service of New York 

Bob Holly 
Home Health Care News