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HomeCare Now
September 11, 2020


The Friday Look
The Senate just hit a stalemate on what's been dubbed the “skinny” stimulus plan to boost the coronavirus economy. It didn't move forward after yesterday's vote. The bill included $500 billion, about half of which would have been loans to small businesses.

Post pandemic, will tech giants be racing to get into the homecare market? One early indicator: Fierce Healthcare reported this week that the head of Uber Health is leaving to run an early-stage venture with Redesign Health. That health venture incubator lists several “stealth” projects—including one focused on elder care. Meanwhile, Uber has partnered with NimbleRX to offer prescription drug deliveries.

And to close out your Labor Day week, here’s a column from the Buffalo News about an effort in upstate New York to shine a spotlight on homecare aides on the holiday. “They are some of the most marginalized and invisible of American workers,” the opinion column reads.

See you on Monday!


HomeCare Hereoes 2020


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