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retention and engagement

Losing Staff Means Losing Money: Retention Strategies In Home Care Should...

Turnover is expensive. Losing staff means you lose money. Period. So, agencies that struggle to keep employees need to really look at retention strategies to keep the good employees they have. Let's consider what it costs you every time an employee...

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employee retention

Retention: If You Are Under The Impression It Is The Supervisor...

Anyone in business knows that employee turnover is expensive. It can easily deplete your profit margin. So, how do we keep employees happy while getting the job done efficiently? It's tough in a climate where all clinical staff has potential to earn...

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recruitment and retention

Recruitment: What Does Your Agency Do To Get Potential Employees To...

Let's face it. Home care has a tough time when it comes to recruitment of employees. Current employees remain loyal because they love the mission of home care. As an industry, we can't pay wages equivalent to those of other healthcare venues quite...

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organizational assessment

Is Your Home Care Agency Headed For A Ditch? Want To...

Today, agencies are so focused on just getting through day-to-day operations that you can lose site of what isn't working. Or, you know something is broken, but aren't sure how to fix it. An operational assessment gives you so much more than just...

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Care Planning across the Continuum

Care Planning Across The Continuum

Developing a Shared Care Plan “A shared care plan is a patient-centered health record designed to facilitate communication among members of the care team, including the patient and providers. Rather than relying on separate medical and behavioral...

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care planning

Care Planning Under PDGM: Why Getting It Wrong Is Not An...

It is a brand new year in home health.  We are on our second day of PDGM and you have probably admitted new patients. So, what is different about your care planning process today versus two days ago? If care planning process has evolved in the last...

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