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Latest Healthcare at Home News:
VNAA and AHHQI to Join Forces(2/3/2016)
The Visiting Nurse Associations of America and the Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation have begun to work together for the benefit of their respective members and the entire healthcare at home community.
American Telemedicine Association Endorses Physical Therapy Licensure Compact(2/3/2016)
Licensing across state lines would benefit patients, ATA says.
Investment in On-Demand Healthcare to Reach $1 Billion in 2017, Accenture Finds(2/3/2016)
Research declares funding for on-demand healthcare ventures will quadruple from over $200 million in 2014 to $1 billion by the end of 2017.
NAHC Misstep Leads to Legal Challenge(1/27/2016)
In its January newsletter to members, the Home Care Association of New York State notified its members that it has filed a lawsuit over the improper October dismissal of two NAHC board members.
Thornberry Named Best in KLAS for Third Consecutive Year(1/27/2016)
Home healthcare and hospice software vendor claims extremely satisfied customers.
Three Steps to Capitalize on New Discharge Planning Requirements(1/27/2016)
Much attention has been given recently to the proposed rule on discharge planning requirements. While many in healthcare at home feel this is a costly burden, little attention is being given to hospital discharge planning requirements and their effect on the post-acute space.
Relias Learning and NAHC Announce Strategic Partnership(1/27/2016)
Partnership addresses key training and development needs for the growing healthcare at home sector.
CMS Introduces 121 New ACOs(1/20/2016)
New hospitals and health care providers join successful, cutting-edge federal initiative that cuts costs and puts patients at the center of their care. CMS describes how Medicare Accountable Care Organization initiatives improve how the health system cares for patients.
Care Coordination Technology Could Save Billions(1/20/2016)
477 ACOs prepare for bundled payment, shared savings, and shared risk programs by looking to coordinate with the post-acute care community to keep costs under control and hospital 30-day readmissions down. Leading HHAs and Private Duty agencies are turning to technology to give themselves a competitive edge.
Shut-In Seniors No Longer Shut Out, Thanks To Virtual Senior Centers(1/6/2016)
Yoga, music, and art classes piped into the homes of isolated seniors fight loneliness and depression.
Encouraging Investment in Medicaid Information Technology: News From CMS Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt(1/6/2016)
CMS has created a web site where private sector companies can identify opportunities to participate in the Medicaid Information Technology market. It includes links to states’ Medicaid procurement websites and to any open state Medicaid IT Requests for Proposals.
CMS News(1/6/2016)
— 121 New ACOs Named
— You Have Two Weeks to Preview Your Star Ratings
— IMPACT Act Training Set for February 4
— Article Released Detailing Payment Consequences for Hospices That Do Not Submit Required Quality Data

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