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HomeCare Now
September 14, 2020


STUDY: Analyzing Health Disparities in Home Health Care
A new study released in JAMA Network Open points to troubling disparities in homecare. Only 54% of Medicare beneficiaries received the recommended home health services following hospital discharge, the report found; Black, Hispanic and rural patients received care at even lower rates. Read the findings here.


HomeCare Congratulates Andrea Dalzell
HomeCare Congratulates Andrea Dalzell
HomeCare’s June cover girl, nurse and disability activist Andrea Dalzell, has been awarded a $1 million open-use grant from the Craig H. Nielson Foundation. Grab a tissue and watch the surprise announcement from GMA here. PLUS: Read her story and meet other mobility influencers here.



Industry News
9/11 Ground Zero Responders Suffer Early Risk of Dementia, Researchers Say  
Meet the New Caregiver: Your Home  
MedPAC Commissioners Hint at Telehealth Policies That May Stick Post-COVID-19  
Home Health Care Monitoring Technology Project Secures U.K Government Funding  
Coronavirus Tests Are Supposed to Be Free. The Surprise Bills Come Anyway.  
Study: In-home Care Expansion Requires Overcoming Market & Technical Barriers  
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HomeCare Hereoes 2020


White Paper sponsored by VOHRA WOUND PHYSICIANS
White Paper Sponsored by VOHRA WOUND PHYSICIANS
Does Your Home Health Agency Effectively Practice Wound Care Under PDGM?
The Patient Driven Groupings Model has been in practice for more than half the year. Caring for wounds is one of the trickiest—and most rewarding—challenges under the new system.
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How Did Home Health Adapt to the Pandemic?
How Did Home Health Adapt to the Pandemic?
No part of the American health care system has been more deeply affected by the COVID-19 emergency than homecare and hospice, which serve the most vulnerable population in their own homes. Read how the industry responded.


Manage Your Resupply
Manage Your Resupply
A recent study from ResMed indicates sleep therapy patients are more likely to continue their therapy if they are subscribed to a resupply program. Not only do resupply programs provide vital home medical equipment to patients, they can also improve providers’ bottom lines. Read more about how to manage your program.


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