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Category Archives: Education and Training

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Making Sure Your Educational Programming Has A Strategic Plan Before You...

Regardless the educational goals for your agency, making sure you have a strategic plan when you put it into play is crucial. This is a topic we have written about in the past because it is such an error to not have a plan for the knowledge you want...

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Where Did Therapy Go? Why Do Knees And Hips Only Need...

If I asked your agency the question in the title to this article, what would the answer be? The reality is that once PDGM came and therapy thresholds disappeared, a hard look at care planning was going to be needed by a whole lot of agencies. Now,...

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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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Understanding Risk In Your Homecare Population: Remember To Protect Your Patients...

As we continue to deal with the effects to family, friends, and ourselves, we must also consider the effects of Covid on our patients. You may be thinking this is an everyday thing! However, often this focus is about the virus and not about the...

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Branding Your Agency: What Does Your Tag Line Say About You?...

So, what is your agency's brand? How do people know you versus other home health, home care and hospice agencies? Many people see the brand is in the logo or a jingle. What really needs to be discussed is what is beyond the advertising. This is what...

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Move Beyond Typical Reporting To Discover The Best Kept Secret To...

You might have read this headline and wondered why we called coordinated care planning the best kept secret. Most agencies see coordination of care as a requirement and therefore, it is completed like "report" in an acute care facility. We are not...

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