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The use of artificial intelligence (AI) continues to be a topic of discussion in the care at home industry. While the functionality of AI is constantly evolving and improving, a pair of industry leaders shared the ways AI can be … Keep Reading
Nursing and staffing shortages continue to be a pain point for leaders facing the increasing demand for care at home. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution to address these challenges, a panel of industry leaders shared pathways to sustain the … Keep Reading
“Everybody wants to be in your business,” speaker and author Nick Webb stated as he delivered the keynote session highlighting home care and hospice trends at the 2024 ̲app Growth, Innovation and Leadership Experience (AGILE). In the session, Webb outlined … Keep Reading
̲app Care connects home health organizations with qualified clinicians to fill staffing gaps and provide timely care. In most cases, clinicians providing coverage for organizations in need are considered independent contractors rather than employees, shares Shelley Bailey, RN, BSN, Senior … Keep Reading
Between reimbursement cuts and regulatory changes, the care at home industry faces many challenges. While these issues must stay top-of-mind for organizations, industry leaders should also begin to focus on developing the next generation. Ryan Klaustermeier, MSN, RN, Vice President … Keep Reading
Patients are choosing to receive healthcare in their homes, but they can only receive that care if there are clinicians available to provide it. ̲app Care makes that care more accessible by giving home health clinicians freedom to work when … Keep Reading
Between kids home from school, family vacations and barbecues with friends, summer can be a challenging time for home health organizations to meet their staffing needs. Providing clinicians with time off and shifting schedules to ensure all visits are filled … Keep Reading
Twelve million people are receiving home healthcare services in the United States. This is part of a growing trend of more healthcare services being provided in the home. However, many organizations are struggling to meet the shift in demand for … Keep Reading
The workforce, especially nurses, is the key asset in the care at home industry. A strong workforce streamlines operational processes and enables new staff to hit the ground running. If care at home organizations have a strong workforce development program, … Keep Reading
Home health organizations across the country are continuing to face staffing challenges, even as more people are seeking home-based care. Organizations using ̲app can leverage ̲app CARE, a staffing solution that connects home health organizations with qualified clinicians to provide … Keep Reading
As the “Great Resignation” continues across the U.S., companies are looking for ways to retain employees. High staff turnover isn’t only expensive — it’s also demoralizing and could lead to significant problems if employers can’t attract the younger generation. Importantly, … Keep Reading
Only half of home-based care organizations have an established professional development strategy, according to the 2022 Home Care Staffing and Professional Development Survey. Organizations without a formal professional development strategy often cite a lack of internal resources. However, there are … Keep Reading


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