Category: Alternate Solutions Health Network

  • The 4 Forces Shaping Home Health Care in 2022

    Home health operators each year have to adapt on a number of different fronts, from relatively minor coding updates to major payment adjustments. But in addition to the more run-of-the-mill items, providers occasionally have to navigate macro-level forces that literally change the industry itself. At least four such forces will redefine home health care in […]

  • Inside the Home Health Industry’s Choose Home Lobbying Push

    Home health stakeholders have been lobbying for the Choose Home Care Act of 2021 ever since it was introduced in the U.S. Senate at the end of July. That push has now reached a critical juncture. Beginning last week, the Partnership for Quality Home Healthcare (PQHH) and its provider members have been holding virtual meetings […]

  • Alternate Solutions, OSU Wexner Medical Center Form New Home Health JV

    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Alternate Solutions Health Network have partnered to form a new home health joint venture. The mission of the OSU-affiliated JV is to increase access to home-based care. Kettering, Ohio-based Alternate Solutions Health Network is a national provider of post-acute solutions, including home health and hospice services. Meanwhile, […]

  • Home Care Careers ‘Are Suddenly on the Map,’ But Recruiting Remains a Challenge

    Recruiting and retention in both the home health and home care industries has always been an uphill battle for providers. In spring, operators had hoped that the job market’s volatility during the COVID-19 crisis would help on those fronts. With tens of millions of individuals forced out of work, they thought, the home-based care labor […]