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Category Archives: Interim Management

Kenyon Homecare Consulting

Using Interim Management To Get The Right Administrator For Your Agency...

For those tennis fans reading this, you immediately remember some famous grand slam tournament aces that led your player to victory or gave them the loss. The same can be said for interim management. Often times, interim management is overlooked...

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Your Administrator Is Really Green. Get Them From Green To Seasoned...

Whether you are a home health start-up or an established agency, having the right admin for your business is crucial to get it going or keep it running smoothly. Today, we would like to look at reasons why short term interim management may be the...

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Well, If You’re Not Pulling Your Hair Out Yet, Then Now...

The home health industry has been hit in the last several years. Whether we are talking changes to the COPs including emergency preparedness requirements, PDGM, or the challenges currently faced with the Covid pandemic, it has been tough. So, if...

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Aware of the Top 10 Interim Management Success Boosters?

Every business owner eventually faces the loss of a management-level employee. Sure, there are ways to prevent the loss with employee engagement, but sooner or later, it will happen. People move, retire, start a family, or simply become...

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Make Your Interim Management Decision Super Simple

Interim management often becomes a necessity in homecare. But what is it, exactly? And how do you know if your agency needs it? In this article, you’ll learn the definition of interim management and the circumstances when it’s beneficial. By...

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How To Overcome Losing Homecare Managers

Losing a homecare manager can be significant to your agency. As humans, we’re wired for consistency, and nothing triggers negative emotions faster than abrupt change. Even when change isn’t shocking, it’s difficult to move forward after losing...

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