As you know, the Value Based Payment (VBP) program rewards home care agencies and their aides for providing higher quality  and more efficient care to their patient’s. Therefore, it is essential that your caregivers be able to identify patient’s signs and symptoms of worsening conditions. Doing so can prevent avoidable hospitalizations, and very likely save…

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Company programs are constantly evolving and agencies are always searching for new initiatives to introduce. Each agency wants to offer the next best thing to their employees and stand out amongst the competition. The days of simply implementing new initiatives once every 1-2 years are over. New initiatives need to be introduced every couple of…

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Few have been able to escape the negative impacts and effects of the Covid-19, the national pandemic. Through it all, day in and day out, home health care aides have been out on the front lines carrying out their duties and caring for patients. With all their hard work and daily sacrifices, do your aides…

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As New York slowly reopens, there is no sign of an extension or suspension for 2020 compliance training requirements. Organizations are still expected to meet the same key deadlines they have in the past. It’s important to realize that although New York is slowly reopening, it will be a while before businesses go back to…

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To work at maximum efficiency, home care agencies need to ensure that they are working with the latest and most up to date information about their aides.  The question then becomes, how much time and effort does your agency spend manually entering data into various systems?  The constant back and forth and cross-referencing is a…

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The skills gap is widening and workers are feeling it. It’s causing significant stress. In fact, Lynda.com recently conducted an online survey of nearly 10,000 respondents, and found about half of them lack confidence in their job skills. Inevitably, a person’s confidence affects their mental state and in turn can negatively affect performance.  This presents…

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If you plan to boost your organization by onboarding extra manpower during this critical time, you’re not alone.  Thousands of healthcare organizations are now focused on shoring up their frontlines as employees call out due to a myriad of reasons including: personal health, child care challenges, personal risk and quarantine. Nevertheless, frontline workers are desperately…

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Now more than ever it is crucial for your onboarding to succeed. Thirty-one percent of new hires quit their jobs within the first six months a study by BambooHR found. Most who did so held entry or intermediate-level roles, indicating they may not be receiving the training or information they need during onboarding to be…

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A Brief Look Back at 2019 The results are in.  And the numbers don’t lie (see below).  This past year, showd.me experienced tremendous growth.  Of course, we wouldn’t have come this far without a great product, and the dedication and hard work of our team. But, we also would not have reached the following milestones without the…

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Now is the time to make sure your employees complete their mandatory workplace harassment training for 2020. The law passed in October of 2018 requires all employers in New York State to administer workplace harassment training to their employees every year. We know it’s only January, but we strongly recommend having your employees complete their yearly…

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