HCCIntel: General Features
HBPC Providers Are Silver Lining for Patients During Crisis
Amie Peterson and Greg Tisdale Date: 12|8|2022 Mother Nature isn’t always a benevolent parent, delivering devastating earthquakes, killer storms, raging wildfires, and dangerous floods. Many brave souls respond to these natural crises—police, emergency workers, firefighters, and more. But we also need to add another role to this...
Like Mother, Like Son: An HBPC Physician Shares His Personal Story
Dr. Christopher Paredes Date: 11|17|2022 At the 2022 American Academy of Home Care Medicine (AAHCM) Annual Meeting last month, James Warda, HCCI’s Vice President of External Affairs and Business Development, presented Driving Practice Growth through Marketing, Media Relations, and Your Community. The course taught participants how to promote...
November 17th, 2022
How a Provider Grew His House Call Practice to Over a Thousand Patients in a Year
Date: 10|25|2022 When Logan Andrews, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, launched his solo house calls practice Andrews Healthcare Consulting in Trenton, Florida, on October 1, 2021, he started with around 30 patients. A year later, his practice has grown exponentially—as of the date of this interview, Andrews cares for...
October 25th, 2022
Bringing a Home Care Solution to State’s Health Issues
Greg Tisdale By just about any standard, the Magnolia State is in need of medical intervention: It ranks 50th in health, 49th in preventable hospitalizations, and 48th in access to care. The causes of Mississippi’s malaise are obvious: It’s first in heart disease, second in...
June 2nd, 2022
Wielding the Double-Edged Sword of Medications
Many Americans, especially older Americans, take a lot of medications. Not just prescriptions but over-the-counter (OTC) drugs as well. A double-edged sword in some ways since medications can obviously help, but too many together can cause unwanted side effects. Providers who practice home-based primary care (HBPC) can help address...
March 22nd, 2022