Combating the Healthcare Workforce Crisis in Home-Based Care

Home Health

About This Webinar

In recent years, the healthcare industry has been preparing for a shift toward greater reliance on home-based care. However, the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated this transition, resulting in an immediate demand for home-based care. Unfortunately, the number of families seeking assistance in the home now far surpasses the available workforce capable of providing such care. Consequently, families are left struggling to care for their loved ones without adequate support, while home-based care organizations need help recruiting skilled staff to ensure high-quality care.

This one-hour webinar addresses these issues by examining two recent studies that shed light on the challenges home-based care workers and organizations face. We explore how learning and development initiatives can help mitigate the impact of these challenges and create a conducive staffing environment, enabling home-based care organizations to assist more families in need.

Participants of this webinar will receive copies of both valuable studies: The Home Care Workforce Crisis: An Industry Report and Call to Action by the National Association of Home Care and Hospice (NAHC) and the Home Care Association of America and The State of The Direct Care Workforce by NAHC and MissionCare Collective.


Micah Goodman

Project Manager, Relias

Maggie Keen

Vice President of Corporate Development , MissionCare Collective

Kristen Wheeler

Executive Director of Private Duty , National Association for Home Care and Hospice

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