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HomeCare Now
July 6, 2020


Congress Extends Paycheck Protection Program
The Paycheck Protection Program, part of the CARES Act, was renewed just hours before it expired. The program’s approximately $130 billion in unspent money prompted a discussion among lawmakers about what to do with the funds. Read more here.



Industry News
FCC Expands Funding for Rural Telehealth  
Aeroflow Donates Diapers to Support Families During Pandemic  
SYNERGY HomeCare Launches Educational Campaign for Aging in Place  
ICYMI: NHIA Says New Proposed Rule Does Not Expand Infusion Access  
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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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New Policy Needed for a Changing World
New Policy Needed for a Changing World
Home health and hospice have been deeply affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Changes in recent weeks have helped the industry offer safe patient visits—but more will be needed to navigate life post-pandemic. Here’s what experts at NAHC have to say.


Boosting Business with Telehealth
Boosting Business with Telehealth
Many providers moved quickly in the early weeks of the pandemic to offer telehealth services. One Colorado provider of pediatric therapy services did just that—and actually saw an increase in patients after going to a 100% online service model. Check out their story.


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