At Synergy Home Care of Carlisle, PA, franchise owner Michelle Lisk’s very first employee is still working alongside her to provide care to their community. With turnover reaching a staggering 77% in home care according to this year’s HCP Benchmarking Report, how is it possible to retain your staff long-term? Michelle credits her success to a few simple strategies, and in this live recording of Vision, the Care Leaders’ Podcast, she’ll share them with you. Come prepared with your retention questions for this exciting interactive session.
Ep.18: BK Books with Barbara Karnes: Why Approaching Hospice Holistically is Necessary to the Success of the Care Continuum
In our 100th episode, Hospice Pioneer Barbara Karnes shares why it’s important to include hospice holistically across the continuum, the role it can play in home care, home health, and senior living, and why all verticals of healthcare need to be trained on the dying process.
Michelle Cone and Laura Coyle of HomeWell Care Services address why home care plays a crucial role in reducing hospital readmissions, how they're prioritizing this at HomeWell, and what they would suggest as the first step to improving outcomes.
Chris Magleby, CsO of HCP, shares 5 proven strategies to keep your people past the first 100 days, and how you can save more than $58,000 per year in recruitment and retention expenses.
John Wilson, Sales Strategy & Account Management at A Place for Mom, discusses what a successful lead generation strategy looks like, how it compares to traditional advertising, and how to select a lead generation service.
Ep.14: Unlocking the Power of Pay: How Transparent Compensation Builds Employee Loyalty and Satisfaction
Malka Trump, Director of Compliance at Viventium, breaks down why pay is such an important topic in post-acute care, how businesses can stay accurate and compliant, and why it's crucial to stay on top of legislative updates.
Ep.13: How Becoming an Accredited Organization will Help you Build More Partnerships and Increase Referrals
Brett Ringold, VP of A Long Term Companion, and Gary Bachrach, Executive Director of Business Development of Home Care Services at the Joint Commission, discuss the importance of accreditation in post-acute care and how it can set businesses up for success with referrals and partnerships.
Emily Isbell, CEO at Emily Isbell & Company, shares the skills that post-acute care leaders need to develop, and how they can set their businesses up for success.
Ep.11: How the Social Determinants of Health Can Help Post-Acute Care Businesses Overcome Workforce Shortages
Lindsay Schwartz, Founder & Principal of Workforce and Quality Innovations discusses how the social determinants of health impact employees, and what benefits organizations should focus on to improve their culture.
Chris Bowker and Bryan White, Co-Founders of PreIntent, share their strategies to improve engagement during the hiring process and some of the data and strategies that have made their clients so successful.
Marissa Snook (President & CEO of corecubed) and Anthony Kelker (Search Marketing Specialist at corecubed) discuss the importance of content marketing, how post-acute care businesses can continue to make it a priority, and its impact on search engine optimization (SEO).
Dr. Jennifer Kennedy, Vice President of Quality & Standards at CHAP, discusses what CMS's Hospice Quality Reporting Program (HQRP) means for the care continuum as a whole, and the most important things for providers to be aware of.