Effective Care Transitions and Community Services – Tools to Reduce Healthcare Costs

Jan 14, 2021 10:00:00 AM / posted in Cost Reduction, Care, EVV, COVID, Medicaid

A few short months ago, on September 23rd, CMS announced a new round of federal funding that is going to states to support individual transitions from institutional care to community based services. The program, known as the Money Follows the Person Demonstration (MFP), has been in operation since 2007, but at a time when new federal funding aimed at alleviating the travails of COVID-19 has reached into the billions, this relatively small grant of $165 Million got very little notice.


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Empowering Care 365 in 2021

Jan 5, 2021 11:07:24 AM / posted in Compliance, Care, EVV, COVID, Caregiver Safety

Though it has been overstated, 2020 was no ordinary year. In January alone, Australia lost 47 million acres of land in wildfires, Kobe Bryant tragically died in a plane crash and the 45th president of the United States faced an impeachment trial. That was all before the coronavirus pandemic swept the world.


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Mastering Business Sustainability in Changing Times

Dec 2, 2020 4:09:42 PM / posted in Data, COVID

Historically, home and community care has been reactive, addressing the issues of the day with minimal focus on predicting and forecasting care delivery and design for the future. Operating in a decentralized environment, many organizations still function without technology to enable data collection at the point of care making it difficult to optimize evidence informed decision making and be ahead of the curve to ensure business sustainability.


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Ensuring Patient Safety in a COVID World

Sep 15, 2020 1:42:15 PM / posted in Mobile Solution, Compliance, Communication, Care, COVID

As we look to celebrate World Patient Safety Day on September 17th, the world is so much different since COVID and now more than ever agencies need tools that can assist in management of safe, quality and ethical care and service delivery in the new world. Ensuring front line staff have access to an electronic point of care documentation solution has the potential to make patient safety even better by supporting standardized care delivery practices and implementation of new practices; making supply management easier; facilitate integration of new models of care and optimizing risk management in home and community care.


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