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Kenyon HomeCare Consulting provides smarter solutions and better outcomes for the home health care industry. Working with Medicare-certified home health, hospice, private pay, and other home health care entities, our expertise supports organizations as they diversify and expand in practical ways. Integrating informed leadership and professional guidance, our expert consulting services support a positive approach to change for interim management, organizational restructuring, and agency startups.
Kenyon HomeCare Consulting’s unique understanding of the industry helps you discover your strengths within the marketplace. Our specialized support, accreditation and licensing, education and training, and due diligence encourages growth and increased stability. Our in-depth knowledge of national, state, and local issues and compliance translates into winning formulas that put you in a unique position to sustain growth and stability while achieving long-term financial success.


Mission Statement
Deeply committed to raising the quality of the home care industry, Kenyon HomeCare Consulting helps fulfill the dreams of our clients while improving the health and well being of the citizens of our country.

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Home Care Agency

Excited To Start Up Your New Home Care Agency?

By Ginny Kenyon | Published: May 18, 2017

Achieving the Ultimate Success When we start a new home health, home care or hospice business and are experiencing the excitement and exhilaration of the new venture, we seldom remember that we are building beyond the near future. We are also building for the time we retire and/or sell our agency or have a succession… Read the full article >>


The Future of Transportation and Home Health

By Ginny Kenyon | Published: May 16, 2017

Self-Driving Cars? One of the big costs and barriers for home health agencies is transportation.  How many times have we all lost money on unfilled shifts or visits because of car problems?  At the CAHSAH conference last month we heard that some agencies are solving the problem by using Uber.  While it does cost the… Read the full article >>

Home Care Policies and Procedures

Are Your Home Care Policies and Procedures Up-To-Date?

By Ginny Kenyon | Published: May 11, 2017

Not long ago, we had the privilege of doing an organizational assessment in a small rural home care agency. When we asked about the policy and procedure manuals, we were told they were at least 15 years old, and had not been updated. In the home care business, especially with smaller agencies, it’s easy to… Read the full article >>

Universal Home

The Future Universal Home

By Ginny Kenyon | Published: May 9, 2017

  Continuing on with last week’s blog on technologies, let me present you with the universal home of the future that in the next ten to twenty years will be our reality. How Will Technology Change Health Care Services In The Home? The Universal home will have motion sensors, cameras inside and out, with facial… Read the full article >>

Chronic Disease Education

Importance Of Chronic Disease Education To The Homecare World

By Ginny Kenyon | Published: May 4, 2017

Why Is Chronic Disease Education Important? Managers and business owners have discovered that basic training doesn’t always prepare students for work in the real world. Is that to say required training isn’t important? Not at all. It simply means that caregivers need continued chronic disease education to stay abreast of constant changes, new medical discoveries and… Read the full article >>

The Future is NOW!!

By Ginny Kenyon | Published: May 2, 2017

Last week I attended the California Association for Health Services at Home (CAHSAH) annual conference. It was an exceptional conference with a lot of great presentations.  I walked away with a couple of themes; technology is moving faster than we ever anticipated, so fast that it is going to be hard to keep up.  Rules and… Read the full article >>


Experiencing A Leadership Vacancy In Your Agency?

By Ginny Kenyon | Published: April 19, 2017

When a vacancy happens in a key leadership or management position, most agencies can cope for a month or two. However, without an interim professional, issues quickly arise and major initiatives go sideways. According to recruiters, it usually takes 5 to 6 months on average to find and fill a leadership position. And if the agency’s… Read the full article >>


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National Association for Home Care & Hospice