The home health industry entered the eighth month of the COVID-19 pandemic this October. While most have adapted to a “new normal,” the public health emergency — and a possible second wave — understandably remains the biggest concern for many operators across the country. As… Read More »‘The Pandemic Is Far from Over’: Top Concerns for the Home Health Industry This Fall
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Senate Republicans are close to unveiling their latest version of another coronavirus relief bill, with reports suggesting party leaders may do so Wednesday or soon thereafter. The proposal — first obtained by Washington, D.C.-based newsroom Roll Call — is viewed as a “skinny” version of… Read More »Senior Care Stakeholders: Latest COVID-19 Relief Proposal Is ‘Shameful,’ ‘Anemic’
Since funds became available, in-home care businesses across the U.S. have received more than $666.36 million in loans of under $150,000 via the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), a July Home Health Care News review of federal data found. They have received hundreds of millions of… Read More »Dozens of Home-Based Care Businesses Have Received PPP Loans of $5M+
Friday is the deadline set by House Democrats and Senate Republicans for agreeing to a new coronavirus stimulus package. Home-based care stakeholders have had ample time to review the publicly released details from both parties’ plans — and they have a wishlist of additional provisions… Read More »With Stimulus Deadline Nearing, Home-Based Care Industry Scrambles to Secure Additional Relief
It’s time for policymakers, hospitals and everyone else at the health care roulette table to bet all their chips on proactive, pre-acute home-based care. During the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. health care system has undergone a massive change marked by the skyrocketing use of telehealth… Read More »Time for Policymakers, Hospitals to Bet Big on Home-Based Care