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A recent technical expert panel submitted suggested changes to the Hospice Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) survey that would simplify the process for providers. A pilot of the new survey is planned. Read more here.



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Don’t Take Training for Granted
Keeping employees equipped with up-to-date training is essential in an industry where new insights into a wide range of issues reshape how homecare organizations operate. Find four types of training you should focus on here.

Trust Technology to Bridge the Care-at-Home Gap
The coronavirus pandemic has altered life for all of us. But for the elderly and other vulnerable populations, 2020 has been even more tumultuous, frightening and isolating. Technology can help. Here's how.
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