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The latest home care trends and insights

Remote Worker Safety: 14 Tips to Protect Your Home Care Providers

Feb 9, 2017 9:00:00 AM / posted in Mobile Solution, Productivity, Retention

Have you ever contemplated the risks your remote workers face when they provide home health services? In 2010, the health care and social assistance industry reported 653,900 cases of injuries and illnesses — more than any other private industry sector reported. Can your employees avoid being the next case?


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How Care Delivery Software Helps Agency Caregivers

Dec 6, 2016 8:31:45 AM / posted in Mobile Solution, Productivity

For the typical home care agency caregiver, providing care consumes only a sliver of time. The majority of time is spent checking the schedule, travelling to client homes, reviewing the care plan, verifying visits, reporting mileage, and adding notes from visits.

Implementing the right care delivery software can change this all.


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3 Ways to Keep Wage Increases From Ruining Your Agency's Bottom Line

Oct 26, 2016 8:02:00 AM / posted in Cost Reduction, Mobile Solution, Savings

Across the United States, the “Fight for $15” movement has taken hold in many industries that employ hourly workers, and home care is one of them.


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Identifying a Care Delivery Management Solution That Works for IT

Oct 11, 2016 7:33:52 AM / posted in Mobile Solution, Productivity

It’s often said that the key to success for modern organizations is to find the optimum marriage of people, processes and technology. That’s certainly true for home health care organizations these days. With pressure rising on all sides to reduce costs and improve margins, agencies must find the right balance on that three-legged stool.


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How to Choose a Mobile Care Delivery Management Solution

Aug 9, 2016 7:44:17 AM / posted in Mobile Solution, Productivity

Health care delivery has evolved rapidly over the last decade. Medical treatments performed in a hospital or clinic still comprise a large chunk of care, but according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the fastest growing industry is home health care services. Employment for home care services is projected to increase by almost 60 percent between 2012 and 2022.


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