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Enhancing Safety in the Home: The Role of Technology

By AlayaCare / June 10, 2016

As the senior population continues to grow, so does the need to ensure the delivery of safe care in the home. While people prefer to receive care in the comfort of their own home, this does not always mean their homes are safe spaces. There are a number of distinct characteristics of the home health…

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Consumer Directed Services: Putting the Home Care Client First

By AlayaCare / June 9, 2016

Consumer Directed Services (CDS) models have been a concept in healthcare for some time now. The model name varies depending on your location, however the concept remains consistent; Cash and Counselling in the United States, Consumer Directed Care (CDC) in Australia, or Self Directed Care in Ontario. The model was designed to acknowledge that consumers…

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Helping Clients Overcome Their Fear of Sharing Health Data for Telehealth

By AlayaCare / May 27, 2016

We are pleased to introduce today’s guest blogger Jeff Wise. Jeff is a health care professional who specializes in senior care. If you are looking for premium in-home care for your loved one, please visit Miami Home Care Services’ website.

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10 Signs You’ve Outgrown Your Current Home Care Software

By AlayaCare / March 22, 2016

Home care software: it’s probably not something you spend too much time thinking about, because after all, you’re busy running your organization and providing quality home care to those in need. But if your home care software solution isn’t working the way it should, you can end up spending more time dealing with process and…

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Medicaid Telehealth Reimbursement Guidelines

By AlayaCare / February 3, 2016

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2016: The Year of Telehealth Reimbursement

By AlayaCare / January 13, 2016

2015 was a banner year for telehealth and telemedicine. According to the Home Care Technology Report, 200 telemedicine laws were introduced across 42 state legislatures in 2015. According to the American Telehealth Association (ATA), “Telehealth is a rapidly growing field that has the potential to help states leverage a shrinking and maldistributed provider workforce, increase…

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Four Ways Telehealth is Improving Home Care Delivery

By AlayaCare / January 5, 2016

As I’m sure most of you know by now, the aging population is growing exponentially. The rising demand for home care is becoming more and more appealing to the population due to advantages such cost effectiveness, better psychological impact on patients, and improved recovery periods. In 2014, the Rhode Island Partnership for Home Care reported…

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Cloud-Based EHRs: A Flexible Approach to Interoperability

By AlayaCare / October 7, 2015

As we all know, the home healthcare industry and the delivery of home care are undergoing transformational changes. As an industry that is still widely undigitized, evolving technologies such as electronic health records (EHRs), mobile health (mHealth), virtual health (vHealth), wearables, etc. are rapidly altering home care’s prognosis. These new evolving technologies will give providers…

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Electronic Visit Verification (EVV): Providing the Proof

By AlayaCare / September 3, 2015

The benefits of home-based health care are substantial. From cost savings and patient comfort, to the overall improved outcomes across the health care field, home care is changing the industry dramatically. As beneficial as home care is, many agencies have been hesitant to provide home-based services due to the major challenge of ensuring caregivers adhere to…

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Become a Cloud Raker – Why Cloud is the Only Way to Go for Home Care

By AlayaCare / August 13, 2015

Around the globe, more and more industries are getting increasingly comfortable with moving their data to the cloud. Recent reforms in healthcare have indicated that it is time for the industry to undergo a technological upgrade, and cloud computing is the leading trend in this transformation. The healthcare cloud market is predicted to grow at…

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