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Category Archives: Education and Training

Kenyon Homecare Consulting

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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A Paradigm Shift for Home Health: A New Dream

Ginny's Blog: For years I have dreamed of a day when home health nurses and therapists would be in charge of their own services and doctors would be part of the team but not the “directors” of the plan. It has never made sense to me that a...

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Speaking of Veterans, Does Your Home Care Program Have Anything Geared...

In the homecare industry as a whole, we take of a lot of veterans. However, with Veteran's Day yesterday, it makes you think about how we look at them as compared to the others patients you serve. This demographic of patient has often experienced a...

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Are You Keeping Up With Oasis Guidance? Do Your Employees? Why...

When I think about my DVR, there are certain shows it has recorded for years. If something happens that it doesn't, then it is irritating. Am I right? I don't even have to think about whether or not the show is on a different night or time because...

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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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Educating Home Health Aides In The Coronavirus World: Your Key To...

For all of you familiar with this blog, you know how much we promote education to all disciplines. Today, we want to focus specifically on the aide population and their role in the coronavirus pandemic. Let's look to see the difference it makes when...

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