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Compliance Training Needs for 2023: Consider it done

By Avi Singer | February 3, 2023

What if you never had to worry about compliance training in 2023 for your home health agency or skilled nursing facilities?  You’re confident your employees are fully trained in accordance with state and Federal requirements.  All staff mastered the material in a language they understand.  You have tracking analytics of completion rates.  Every time there’s…

Frictionless and Engaging Compliance Training

By Dave Black | January 17, 2023

 Avi Singer, CEO and Founder of, joined Tom Fox on the Innovation in Compliance Podcast. Be sure to tune in!

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Product Spotlight: New Harassment Self-Service Offerings

By Amari Herring | December 22, 2022

We are excited to introduce our new Anti-Harassment training offerings. Workplace harassment is a major issue in many organizations. Even if your state does not have a specific training requirement, it’s important to offer training on a regular basis to maintain a safe workplace and to protect your employees and your organization. The best part…

Value-Based Payments: How Your Agency Can Benefit

By Amari Herring | December 21, 2022

Value-based payments (VBPs) are a type of reimbursement model insurance companies use. Under this model, providers are paid based on the quality of care they deliver rather than the quantity of services they provide. To receive reimbursement, providers must meet specific quality benchmarks, such as reducing hospital readmissions or providing cost-effective care. VBPs are typically…

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The Impact of Workplace Violence in Your Organization

By Alexis Rivera | December 16, 2022

Workplace violence is a serious issue that can have a devastating impact on employees and organizations. Each year, an average of 2 million United States workers report being a victim of  violence at work, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Employees may suffer from physical injuries, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other mental health…

Home Healthcare Challenges

By Avi Singer | December 15, 2022

Home healthcare agencies have a great responsibility: providing quality care for their patients in the comfort of their own homes. However, this type of care comes with a unique set of challenges. Training, Onboarding and Orientation Challenges One of the biggest challenges facing home healthcare agencies is finding and retaining qualified staff. The turnover rate…

Caregiver Turnover Costs: How to Avoid It

By Jen | December 13, 2022

Data shows that in 2021, the average caregiver turnover rate was 64%. This rate was similar to 2019 and 2020, when rates were 64% and 65%, respectively. While many see these steady figures as a victory because of the pressures experienced during the pandemic, they are incredibly costly for home care agencies.  Organizations should aim…

How to Pick the Compliance Training Program for Certified Nursing Assistants

By Jennifer Sabin | December 8, 2022

Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) must complete annual compliance training. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, Federal law requires that each CNA have no less than 12 hours of in-service training per year. In order to meet this requirement, skilled nursing facilities must determine the best way to train their employees. What…

5 Tips to Effectively Train Caregivers in Remote Workplace

5 Tips to Effectively Train Caregivers in Remote Workplace

By Jennifer Sabin | December 5, 2022

In today’s business climate, more and more employees are working remotely. According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, after the COVID-19 pandemic the percentage of people working from home in the United States rose from 5% to 37%. While this arrangement has many advantages, it also presents some challenges – notably when it comes…

How to Train and Retain Your CNAs

By Amari Herring | November 28, 2022

The increasing percentage of individuals who need nursing care is unprecedented in US history. The rise in the population of patients who need quality care is rising, and unfortunately there is not always nursing care available to meet the demand. Luckily, an influx of nursing care can be provided through training and education programs for…

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