Posts about Post-Acute Care
Chinese Executives Visit U.S. to Learn about Senior Living Industry with Relias Staff and Their Customers
The goal of the tour was to expose the students to senior living best practices, which could then be adapted to the Chinese market. Read about their five day, three state trip.
Recognizing Hazards in the Home: Are Your Caregivers Prepared?
At the core of home care services is protecting your clients’ safety. From a fiscal standpoint, you depend on client referrals and satisfaction to keep your agency operating. Prioritize client safety and everyone wins, but to do so your caregivers must be able to recognize all the hazards in a visit.
All About Unlicensed Caregivers in the Home
Unlicensed caregivers have a special role to fulfill in home care. They are critically important in helping clients live as independently as possible in their own homes!
The Opioid Crisis and Its Impact on Hospice and Palliative Care
Hospice organizations increasingly recognize that a multimodality approach to pain management is needed and are putting opioid stewardship practices in place.
Doing Your Part to Prevent Foodborne Illness
Protect your patients and clients this holiday season. Be knowledgeable about foodborne illnesses, their causes, and steps you can take to prevent them.
Dementia Care: Tips for Celebrating the Holidays
Here are some suggestions which may help to ease the burden of caregiving and keep the holidays happy and memorable, for you and your family.
A Look into Recent Media’s Depiction of Grief and Remembrance
From Coco to Black Mirror’s “Be Right Back” episode, recent media releases have us pausing to reflect how grief and remembrance have evolved over time.
Why Everyone Should Care About Palliative Care
In years past, the term “palliative care” wasn’t heard very often in most healthcare settings.That’s all changing, thanks in part to the new edition of the National Consensus Project Guidelines.
National Consensus Project’s New Clinical Practice Guidelines and Their Impact on Providers
The new edition of the guidelines seeks to ensure that the millions of people living with serious illness have access to quality palliative care.
Good Intentions Gone Bad: The Opioid Crisis & Implications for Healthcare Professionals
The opioid crisis is one of the most serious public health concerns our nation has ever had to face. Every day in American more than 116 die from opioid overdoses.
The Home Care and Home Health Edge – Part III: Innovative Marketing
In this 3rd and final post of this blog series, we will explore innovative marketing strategies that can drive competitive advantage in 4 easy steps.
The Home Care and Home Health Edge – Part II: Hiring for the “It” Factor
Now that you've sourced candidates which ones do you hire? Do you hire many and expect turnover from a few? How will you screen and make the selection?
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