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HomeCare Now
June 29, 2020


New Proposed Rule for Home Health
CMS has released the latest proposed rule for home health agencies—and it comes with limited changes to the current payment model, according to the National Association for Home Health & Hospice, which said that was likely due to the lack of data on PDGM so far and the coronavirus crisis. One notable change: CMS is keeping many of the telehealth services rolled out during the emergency. Read more here.



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ICYMI: CMS Releases Data on Health Disparities During COVID-19  
Some Assisted Living Operators Passing COVID-19 Costs On to Residents  
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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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Culinary Training: Feeding Body & Soul
Culinary Training: Feeding Body & Soul
Nutritious meals are a basic need, but something homecare agencies struggle to provide. A recent survey by Caregivers Kitchen found that 90% of homecare owners or administrators who responded had received cooking-related complaints from clients. Now the company is bridging the gap for caregivers. Take a closer look.


Creating Your Employee Handbook
Creating Your Employee Handbook
A great employee handbook is more than just a set of rules. It’s a way to define your company culture and outline ways to approach sensitive topics. While handbooks don’t necessarily address health industry guidelines, they do shape accountability for employee expectations. Here are 3 steps to building a great handbook for your business.


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