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Category Archives: chronic disease education

Kenyon Homecare Consulting

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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Investing In Education: Isn’t Now The Time To Tighten Up Skills...

Right now, things are a little crazy for us who are adjusting to the new normal. You have clients not being seen or refusing care while others have to have it. You may wonder why we are bringing up education for your staff during such a strange...

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10 Reasons to Provide Advanced Chronic Disease Education

When it comes to training employees, there’s no better way to create an elite homecare staff than with chronic disease education for aides. This advanced education goes far beyond simple traditional employee or caregiver training. With chronic...

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Be Better Managing Chronic Disease In Your Agency. Be The Change...

The ever-changing world of homecare often has heads spinning. Whether agencies are dealing with operational changes with PDGM coming or trying to navigate clinical documentation with Oasis and coding, it can be overwhelming. Chronic disease...

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Do You Utilize Clinical Staff To Full Potential? Home Health Aides...

Today, every home health agency is trying to position themselves for success in PDGM. However, one huge missing piece of the puzzle in patient care is the home health aide. As you move forward into big payment reform, make sure you realize outcomes...

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Chronic Disease Management: Bridging The Gap Between Physician Care And Homecare...

Chronic disease management in homecare still isn’t getting the outcomes agencies desire. Consider your current program and whether chronic disease been updated in the last 10 years. If you aren’t seeing positive outcomes, then consider what’s...

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