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Ginny Kenyon Set To Explore Elite Caregiving Practices At NAHC in October

Seattle, WA – Ginny Kenyon, Founder and CEO of Kenyon HomeCare Consulting will be a featured presenter on Tuesday, October 5, 2010 at the National Association for Home Care and Hospice (NAHC) 29th Annual Meeting and Exposition in Dallas, Texas.  The theme for Kenyon’s presentation, Creating an Elite Team of Private Pay Caregivers, speaks directly to the emerging need for higher quality caregivers in the Private Pay and Private Duty industries. Attendees will learn how to identify components of an elite caregiver profile, explore the ins and outs of a comprehensive orientation program, and discover the support systems needed to maintain and enhance an elite team of caregivers so their agency can effectively respond to the growing demands of the “Boomer” generation. Kenyon will be joined by Antoinnette Williams, MHA, Director of Care Management, Sound Options, Inc.

In addition, Kenyon will be at the Kenyon HomeCare Consulting booth # 323 throughout the conference from October 2 through October 6, 2010, and will be available to discuss a wide range of issues that are strategic to the growth and fiscal stability of the home health and homecare industries.

Ginny Kenyon Slated As Featured Presenter at the Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice 2010 Annual Meeting

Seattle, WA–Ginny Kenyon, RN, MN, Founder and Principal of Kenyon HomeCare Consulting, will be a featured presenter at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Texas Association For Home Care & Hospice in Dallas, Texas on August 10, 2010.  A well regarded expert in the field of home health business strategies, Kenyon’s talk, “Merging Geriatric Care Management and HomeCare,” will focus on the steps needed to successfully combine geriatric care management and homecare into a single entity that results in smarter outcomes, better care, and increased financial rewards.

Known for her ability to produce substantial results in a short period of time, Kenyon is highly regarded as a consultant who gives her clients a market advantage while promoting creative growth and development.  A well-seasoned veteran in service mergers, Kenyon helps organizations expand their market perspective while providing a dynamic and enlightened approach to business change and development.

The Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice (TAHC&H) is a non-profit association dedicated to promoting quality and economic viability of licensed providers of home and community support services in Texas.  With over 1,200 members, TAHC&H joins together home care member organizations and individuals in a shared commitment to every citizen in need of quality, affordable home care services.

Uncovering the Right Options

Seattle, WA–Kenyon HomeCare Consulting (KHCC) has just implemented a program turnaround for Sound Options, Inc., one of the Northwest’s leading home health care agencies.  A company known for its high quality of service, the turnaround helped refocus and direct company goals and its mission of superior service.  Starting with a complete organization analysis, KHCC developed an intensive plan for improvement throughout the company and oversaw all details of the new strategy.  Creating new organizational charts and redesigning internal systems and structures, KHCC was able to help Sound Options improve its functions and workflows while supporting staff and management.

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Starting Up From the Ground Up

Seattle, WA–Kenyon HomeCare Consulting (KHCC) continues a six-year relationship with Marquis Home Health of Portland, Oregon.  Originally planned as a startup consultancy which extended to a long term retainer relationship, Ginny Kenyon founder and principle of KHCC has helped Marquis Home Health owner, Mark Schulz, launch and develop a thriving Medicare Certified Home Health and Private Pay service as well as establish a solid footing in the health care marketplace.  “When I started working with Mark, he was brand new to the industry,” explains Kenyon, “From the moment I met him, I knew he had a true commitment to helping people.”  Building on Schulz’s passion and determination to build a first class agency, Kenyon flew to Portland once a month for over a year.  Working directly with Schulz to proactively solve problems and to coach and counsel him on how to successfully run his agency, Kenyon instigated a full court Home Health and Private Duty 101 consultancy.  Covering everything from market analysis, services to be offered, and the rules surrounding these offerings, Kenyon helped build a strong foundation for the company from the ground up.

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