What's the role of a home care agency in a state that has ordered its population to shelter in place? How are agencies' operations affected? Does demand for home care increase or decrease in a global pandemic? We asked two home care leaders in lockdown states to get their take.
2020 is a year that promises to hold change for the home care industry. Legal changes, economic shifts, and new technology could all play a part in changing home care as we know it. Here's some of what you can expect.
As economists publish their increasingly gloomy outlooks for the global economy next year, one silver lining for the home care sector is that demand will stay strong even if overall retail employment demand subsides.
Agencies that take a data-driven approach to reducing readmissions will not only be able to improve the quality care their patients receive but will add immense value to other partners across the care continuum.