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Category Archives: Education and Training

Kenyon Homecare Consulting

How To Maximize Clinical Outcomes With The Right People In The...

Agencies today have had to move with the overall trend of healthcare by doing more with less. In that mix, it is crucial to maximize your clinical outcomes to succeed moving forward in Medicare home health. There are so many bright clinicians and...

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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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Alcohol And Chronic Disease – Safe Or Sorry?

Alcohol use among older adults has been rising steadily over the past few decades. By 2020, it is estimated that 5.7 million seniors will use or misuse alcohol. The reasons that elders choose to drink vary. One thing is certain, it becomes...

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Transitioning Your Clinical Manager Into PDGM Case Management. It’s A Whole...

When the Conditions of Participation changed, what changed in the role of your clinical manager? Nothing? Maybe the name changed from nursing supervisor to clinical manager? This needs addressed prior to PDGM. Business as usual can happen, but you...

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Home Care Education in 2019: Growing Clinical Knowledge And Technical Skill...

Home Health is preparing for another big challenge with payment reform moving into PDGM in 2020. As home care has always worked out a way to do more with less, the thing that always seems to take a back seat is education. Clinical knowledge and...

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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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