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More than 40 people in South Carolina and Georgia are being charged with fraud in connection with telemedicine, unneeded durable medical equipment and more. The charges across three operations add up to $1.4 billion in fraudulent billings. Find more about Operation Rubber Stamp here.

Levi Pavlovsky
Caregiver training matters for retention. But providers say the process can be time consuming and difficult. A new app called MedFlyt is designed to help alleviate these concerns with built-in training, onboarding and compliance tools. Levi Pavlovsky, co-founder and COO of MedFlyt, shares more about the company and homecare technology here.



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Recruitment is always at the top of homecare’s list of challenges—even more so in the midst of a pandemic. How do you find great candidates, screen them, hire them, bring them on board and keep them engaged at your organization? This new e-book guides you through the four critical areas to focus on to make recruiting work and limit turnover. Sponsored by Relias.
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Statistics show that 1 in 10 adults over age 60 suffers from elder abuse. In large part, this abuse is by home health care providers or another person the senior trusts. The most significant risk factor for abuse is the provider’s exclusive one-on-one exposure to the client, ranging from two to 24 hours a day. Because the senior may be isolated, others may not be there to recognize abuse or prevent it from happening or continuing. Sponsored by Philadelphia Insurance.
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Addressing the Loneliness Problem
Loneliness has been hitting Americans harder than ever. The coronavirus pandemic has brought new challenges and issues to people of all ages, leaving portions of the country under lockdown with heavy restrictions to slow the spread of the virus. No group has been harder hit than seniors. Here's how to help.
Let’s Ditch DIY Drug Dispensing
With more than 16 million seniors in America living independently, it is a challenge to keep them independent and out of nursing homes for as long as possible. One way to keep them safe at home is through remote medicine and remote caregiving when it comes to prescription management. Find 5 keys to remote medication management here.

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