The caregiver recruiting and retention crisis is one of the biggest issues home care agencies are facing in 2021. There are simply not enough caregivers to meet the growing demand.
Client satisfaction has always been the center of attention for most home care agencies, but did you know that their voice is now playing an important role in how you market yourself?
In a recent survey of more than 100 home health providers by the Home Health Care News, just four said that their organization mandates staff vaccinations. About 62% of the respondents said their organizations are encouraging or incentivizing vaccinations.
To be the best you can be, it takes more than just providing quality care. You need to find something that sets you apart and emphasize that through all of your communication channels.
After spending most of 2020 updating the same COVID-19 course at least twelve times, we decided it was time for a completely new and fresh take on the matter for the new year!
We are thrilled to announce that Barbara Karnes, RN, has graciously agreed to contribute a monthly guest blog just for In the Know readers! Barbara is an internationally recognized author, speaker, thought leader, and expert on end-of-life care and the dynamics of dying.
As the first line of contact, home care schedulers play an important role in satisfaction – both, for clients and caregivers. It's important that they have the training needed to be successful in their roles.
It’s hard to think of little else as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the world – but we can’t ignore the indirect burden the pandemic places on people with other medical conditions, like cardiovascular disease.
In a webinar on January 27th, Erik Madsen, CEO of Home Care Pulse, announced the recipients, shared facts and statistics about this year’s winners, and interviewed three individuals who won the Leader in Excellence award.