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Category Archives: Education and Training

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Rehospitalization Outcomes: Are They Improved With Advanced Education?

As part of the healthcare profession, most likely you are aware of measuring rehospitalization outcomes as a result of the relatively new Medicare rehospitalization guidelines. But maybe you don’t quite understand what those guidelines are,...

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Elders and Depression: Mealtime Tips to Improve Emotional Health

Autumn is in full effect for most of our country.  We see it in the changing landscape, from falling leaves to farmers bringing in the harvest. As seasons change, you may also notice a change in your elderly clients’ mood showing up...

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Is Staff Still Struggling With Oasis? Time To Focus On Getting...

Today, there are still many agencies who have not invested in formal Oasis training. Those same agencies often have nurses complete diagnosis coding. This leads to codes that don't accurately reflect patient diagnosis and Oasis not filled out...

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Homecare Education: Hire A Consultant That Meets Your Educational Needs. Make...

Today, there are so many things for clinicians, back-office employees, and administration to handle on a daily basis. If you get behind working on something in a department, then you can miss what changes in the process. Homecare education is key so...

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5 Ways to Keep Documentation Training Fun

Unless you are coding at full accuracy and specificity, you are leaving money on the table. However, high reimbursements and steady cash flow are as much dependent on documentation skills as on coding skills. After all, without being fed needed...

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Does Your Agency REALLY Manage Chronic Diseases?

It’s often difficult determining whether your home health agency succeeds in specific areas. In Managing Chronic Disease, weakness can be challenging from inside the organization. Evaluating Chronic Disease Management Success With...

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