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HomeCare Now
June 22, 2020


NAHC Addresses Senate on Relief for Medicaid Homecare
In a letter signed by 252 senior and disability advocacy organizations, the National Association for Home Care & Hospice is urging the Senate to pass legislation ensuring the next COVID-19 relief package includes funds for Medicaid Home and Community Based Services. Find more details here.


AAHomecare Helps Providers Navigate Relief
Some HME providers who billed for Medicaid found that they could not receive Provider Relief funds targeted towards Medicaid providers because they received small Medicare-based payments. AAHomecare is working with Congress to get providers the relief they need. Read more here.



Industry News
Netsmart Receives Recognition for Client Care  
Casamba Releases White Paper on Post-Acute Business Diversification  
BOC Seeking Nominations for Jim Newberry Award  
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How Home Health Care Agencies Can Manage Risk When Using Rideshare Services
When an agency partners with a rideshare service to meet client transportation needs, there are three important factors to consider for delivery and liability.
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Wound Care: What Not to Do
Wound Care: What Not to Do
If you don’t want to be part of one of the 17,000 lawsuits filed for pressure injuries each year, it’s important to build a wound care and prevention program that protects your organization. Look for these four components.


How Technology is Changing Caregiving
How Technology is Changing Caregiving
The experience of aging is changing, and three things are coming sharply into focus: the global impact of an aging population, changing demands in care for the elderly, and technology’s role in enabling an empowered and dignified later life. Add in concerns for the COVID-19 pandemic, and technology for aging is here to stay. Read on for more.


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