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What you need to know about the home health value-based purchasing

By AlayaCare / November 29, 2022

The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services predicts that health spending will grow at an average annual rate of 5.4 percent for 2019-28 and to reach $6.2 trillion by 2028, according to the guide Value-Based Purchasing and the Role of Home Care Technology.  

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Spend less time on paperwork, billing and more time on home infusion patient care

By AlayaCare / October 26, 2022

Demand for home infusion pharmacy services is booming, with several more years of sustained growth forecasted. This is a landmark opportunity for the industry to continue its transformation to incorporate more Hospital-at-Home care. In this model, healthcare providers can deliver hospital-level care in the comfort of a patient’s home. Like many other industries, however, the…

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5 opportunities where technology can help home care agencies grow

By AlayaCare / September 28, 2022

For the home care industry, the next couple of decades are clear: the need for services will rise in step with the population of older adults. 

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How to Leverage Data to Grow your Home Care Business

By AlayaCare / September 7, 2022

The topic of business intelligence and leveraging data to improve outcomes has been predominant in the home health industry these past few years with the care system shifting to a bundled payment model. Meanwhile, the availability of powerful and affordable home care information and communication technology, both for providers and clients, has raised the capacity…

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Key Performance Indicators: The Power of Data in Home Care

By AlayaCare / September 1, 2022

To those who are not executives or data analysts, key performance indicators (KPIs) are an out-of-focus business term that is easier to avoid than to understand. But the reality is that KPIs are an everyman’s tool and are only as useful as employees outside the data world understand them — and see how their efforts…

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4 Operational Best Practices for Home Care Agencies

By AlayaCare / August 19, 2022

In a time when home care is on the rise and more clients are seeking home care services, you may feel as though your agency is running low on time and resources to keep up with the growing demand. Many home care agencies are struggling to find a way to provide efficient and effective care,…

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Steps to prevent ransomware attacks in home care

By AlayaCare / August 11, 2022

Cybersecurity is a critical challenge facing the healthcare industry globally. Along with phishing, ransomware ranks as a top threat to EHR security. A 2021 report by HIMSS uncovered that ransomware was the second-most common vector of cybersecurity incidents in the healthcare industry, comprising 17% of all breaches.  

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4 Tech solutions on how to optimize daily home care scheduling and routes

By AlayaCare / August 8, 2022

For many home care providers, there is no lack of clients or business coming their way. The real challenge is how to recruit and retain high-quality staff to meet the demand. Many HR and Operations Managers look to bring on more staff, which is part of the answer, but we believe increasing the utilization of…

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Collaborate quickly and easily with AlayaCare Secure Messaging

By AlayaCare / July 27, 2022

Improving collaboration among staff is a top priority for many home care agencies. However, a solution needs to be secure and encrypted when discussing client information through a HIPAA-compliant* communication system. Most agencies find themselves juggling multiple different solutions for communication and work function, such as texting, email, voice notes, phone calls etc. However, not…

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Supporting patient, caregiver and family engagement with technology

By AlayaCare / July 19, 2022

Families have turned away from nursing homes and other institutionalized settings at record rates over the last few years. Instead, they’re choosing home care for their loved ones. As a result, home care organizations are not only caring for more clients – but more clients with acute and complex needs.

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