Plus: How to Prep for Disasters
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HomeCare Now
March 26, 2020


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Home Health: A View From the Front Lines
Evergreen Health in Kirkland, Washington, has been at the epicenter of the coronavirus crisis. Brent Korte, the group’s chief home care officer, laid out his group’s experience over the past three weeks—and offers recommendations for other agencies as they work to answer questions about protective equipment, keeping staff safe and serving their communities.


OIG Releases COVID-19 Fraud Alert
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) is alerting the public about fraud schemes related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). HME and home health providers can help by advising customers of common sources of fraud.



Industry News
Keep Up with the Coronavirus Crisis—From HomeCare  
MedHab Releases Remote Monitoring Technology for Home Therapy  
Aeroflow Partners with Oventus Medical  
Skedulo Announces Deskless Productivity Cloud  
Call for Presentations Open for Medtrade 2020  
FODAC Welcomes van Halem to Board  
More News  


White Paper sponsored by Prochant
White Paper Sponsored by Prochant
2021 & Beyond: From Surviving to Thriving
Learn how a forecasted 20% Medicare payment increase will affect HME providers and what model is right for each business.
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White Paper sponsored by McKesson
White Paper Sponsored by McKesson
10 Retail Best Practices for HME Providers
Whether you’re introducing cash sales into your reimbursement business or working toward an all-cash model, retail success starts with understanding its best practices.
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How to Prep for Disasters
How to Prep for Disasters
CMS mandates home health and DME companies have a plan in place before an emergency occurs. As the current COVID-19 crisis demonstrates, executing that plan may be easier said than done. As providers shift to remote work—are you ready, or are you scraping by? What you need to know.


Managing Employee Stress
Managing Employee Stress
As employees are called to step up and take on more responsibilities during the coronavirus emergency, it’s important that management monitor stress levels. Presenteeism—a worker being present but not functioning optimally—can put both patients and workers in danger. Learn more about this.


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