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Category Archives: chronic disease education

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Want To Go From Zero To Hero In Chronic Disease Management...

Taking the leap into changing your chronic disease management program for the better is a big step. It takes commitment and preparation to the process and the mission. To be honest, you may find the idea right now to be overwhelming because you are...

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All The Education in The World Doesn’t Matter Without Processes In...

You provide chronic disease education to staff. Your agency prides itself in the education offered or provided directly to clinicians. Where you struggle is in seeing the outcomes you desire both financially and clinically come to fruition. Today,...

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Keeping Up With Chronic Disease Care: Are You Making A Difference...

As much as we have seen change in the last several years, we are now at the head of looking forward to post acute payment systems. In this article we would like to consider what this means in term of chronic disease care within your agency. The...

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Does Your Education Really Make A Difference? If the Answer Is...

For decades, we have been required to provide continuing education for the staff in our agencies. For the management and the field staff it can sometimes feel like a “burden to be bourn”. Does your education program feel like that? Do your staff...

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Navigating Chronic Disease: It’s Like A Game Of Fortnite When You’re...

Full disclosure, I'm not into video games. However, when I think about chronic disease, it feels like a never-ending fight to win that never ends. So, it fits. As we continue to navigate the home health and hospice world, we need to keep chronic...

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Missing Improvement In Chronic Disease Outcomes? Start With The Right Education...

Several years back, the home health industry was really pushing for chronic disease outcomes based upon the astronomical costs associated with chronic disease. However, in recent years, there has been so many other things that required agency focus....

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