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.
This week, we officially expanded our library to include training for home health and hospice clinicians and aides through the acquisition of Home Care Institute, a leading provider of training solutions for the home health and hospice industry.
Home Care Pulse Acquires Home Care Institute Building an 800+ Course Employee Training Library for Post-Acute Care
We're acquiring Home Care Institute, a leading provider of quality learning solutions targeted specifically for the home health and hospice industry.
Staying social during a time of social distancing is a challenge for all of us, and home care agencies have had to learn how to be creative in connecting with those in need of their services.
Patient-acuity levels will continue rising, forcing agencies to become more specialized. Rising acuity levels are not new in this market; we’ve been tracking this trend since 2013. But today, we see the issue growing exponentially due to the COVID-19 pandemic.