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Home Care Companies to Watch in the Final Months of 2021

Non-medical home care was on the rise prior to 2020, as Medicare Advantage plans and health systems began investing more heavily around social determinants of health and activities of daily living. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, has arguably made home care the hottest corner of the senior care world. There are dozens of home care companies …

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Family Resource Looking to Reach 90% of Pacific Northwest Home Care Market in Next 2 Years

One of the largest independent home care companies in the Pacific Northwest is getting larger, and it’s doing so to position itself as a better partner to payers and health systems. The Liberty Lake, Washington-based Family Resource Home Care announced Tuesday that it is acquiring two independent home care providers based in Oregon, bringing its …

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Turnover, Tiny Homes and New Technology: 2021 Predictions from 14 Home Care Executives

The U.S. home care industry is at an inflection point. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, an increasing number of payers and health care providers began to recognize the value of non-medical home care, particularly when it comes to chronic disease management and preventative care. That recognition has grown even stronger in 2020, with home care …

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Only 25% of Home Care Agencies Track Hospital Readmission Rates

Hospital readmission rates are one of the most important markers of success in the post-acute and long-term care spaces. But a large number of home care agencies still don’t keep track of those metrics. Overall, 75% of home care agencies did not track readmission rates at all in 2019, according to recently released data from …

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