Family Caregivers’ Experiences With Health Care Workers in the Care of Older Adults With Activity Limitations
JAMA Article Original Investigation  |  Geriatrics January 24, 2020 Authors: Jennifer L. Wolff, PhD; Vicki A. Freedman, PhD; John F. Mulcahy, MSPH Key Points Question  What are family and unpaid caregivers’ experiences...
January 28th, 2020
Categories: Caregiver Stories
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Being Treated at Home Can Help People Save Money and Heal Faster
Healthline A new study found that the home hospital model can potentially improve care while reducing costs. The cost of care was nearly 40 percent lower. Trial participants receiving hospital care in their homes had a 70 percent lower rate of readmission to the hospital. People check into...
January 10th, 2020
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Evaluating Your Staffing Model
Staffing costs are responsible for the largest share of a house call program’s expenses, so it is essential that staffing is appropriate to meet the needs of patients in the service area without sacrificing productivity. To enhance sustainability, a house call program should be evaluating its staffing on...
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New HCCI Online Course Helps Take the Mystery Out of Home-Based Primary Care
About the Article: Have you ever wondered what a career in home-based primary care would be like? According to Heather Hodge, Director of Education for the Home Centered Care Institute (HCCI), the organization’s new online course, House Calls 101: An Introduction to HBPC, is a great way to...
January 10th, 2020
Categories: Training, Training & Education
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HHS and CMS Announce Brad Smith as CMMI Director, Senior Advisor for Value-Based Transformation
January 6, 2020 Press Release from the HHS.gov U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Today, the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced that Brad Smith will serve...
January 7th, 2020
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