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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
The Kentucky insurer is the latest to buy a piece of Kindred, and the deal could have significant impacts on Humana’s competitive edge in seniors’ at-home care.
Most states don’t yet require dementia training for home care workers. Will deeper training in Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias become the market differentiator in the home care sector?
The company announced PointClickCare At Home to help providers meet evolving patient and workforce needs.
The combined mobile platform technology will help post-acute providers stay connected to patients recovering at home.
The deal represents Netsmart's latest expansion into home health.
AARP concluded in a recent report that states are improving long-term services and supports (LTSS) but aren’t keeping pace with growing demand.
Seniors can jeopardize their health when they refuse home health services after being discharged from the hospital.
A recent report from the AARP Public Policy Institute finds that a growing number of family caregivers are men, but few are getting the support or resources to make caring easier.
State Medicaid programs will get more time to comply with CMS’s new rules on Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) settings.
The new national association will raise awareness of the roles of home-based care and advocate for better financial models to support it.
New legislation will help family members who care for senior loved ones at home following hospital discharge.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts has teamed up with home health provider Landmark Health to offer members with serious chronic or acute conditions care at home.