How Home Care and Technology Are Combining to Make Independent Living a Reality for Seniors

corecubedCare Management, Home Care, Home Care Options, Home Health Care, Home Health Care Technology, Podcasts, Resources, Season Three

Independent Living

  In recent months, the value of care in the home has become more and more apparent to many families. As COVID-19 has swept through nursing homes and other facilities, older adults have been especially hard hit by the virus. Because of the high rates of infection in care facilities, many families have looked for alternatives for care for a … Read More

End-of-Life Care at Home and the Important Role of Hospice

corecubedCare Management, Home Care, Home Care Options, Home Health Care, Podcasts, Resources, Season Three

Care at Home

  End-of-life care is a difficult topic of conversation for most people, a conversation that frequently comes too late, during times of crisis, or the decisions are left to the family to make on behalf of a loved one. According to Jan Jones, RN, BSN, recently retired CEO of The Elizabeth Hospice in San Diego, California, having conversations and outlining … Read More

Home Health Care Options are Increasingly Accessible to More People Thanks to Technology

corecubedHome Care Innovation, Home Care Options, Home Health Care, Home Health Care Technology, Podcasts, Resources, Season Three

home health care options

  John Olajide, founder and CEO of Dallas-based Axxess, the leading home health care technology company in North America, has a vision of making quality home health care options accessible to people all over the world. This vision is integrated into everything John does and shapes the corporate culture of Axxess. In addition, John serves as chair of the board … Read More

How Professional Home Care Helps Older Adults Achieve a Higher Quality of Life

corecubedHome Care, Home Care Benefits, Home Health Care, Podcasts, Resources, Season Three

professional home care

  According to a 2018 AARP survey, 80% of adults over the age of 50 want to remain in their homes and communities as they age. For those in the home care industry, these findings come as no surprise. Home not only represents familiarity, but comfort and security as well. And during the pandemic, home has also been seen as … Read More

At Home Health Care: The Power of Caring for People, Not Patients

corecubedHome Care, Home Health Care, Podcasts, Resources, Season Three

at home health

  The medical and healthcare landscapes are vast and overwhelming, and as a consumer, it’s easy to feel like an anonymous face in the crowd. Dr. Michael Fratkin, CEO and founder of ResolutionCare, has been working to improve the care experience for people for most of his career, and founded ResolutionCare based on the idea that people are more than … Read More

Professional Home Care Services: Meeting the Ever-Changing Needs of Clients

corecubedHome Care, Home Health Care, Podcasts, Resources, Season Three

Professional Home Care

  One of the advantages of home health care is the ability to not only serve clients in their homes, but to provide care for a variety of health needs. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, professional home care services have been on the front lines, and from what our guest, Donna DeBlois, RN, BSW, MSB, MBA, AHCH, CEO and president of … Read More

The Role of Home Health Care in the Continuum of Care

corecubedHome Care, Home Health Care, Podcasts, Referral Source Education, Resources, Season Two

home health care

It’s an ongoing struggle for those in the home care industry–how do we better communicate the value and benefits of health care at home? In this episode of Help Choose Home, we’ll hear from Tim Rogers, who serves as President and CEO for both the Association for Home & Hospice Care of North Carolina and the South Carolina Home Care … Read More

Home Is the Setting for Health Delivery of the Future

corecubedHome Care, Home Care Education, Home Health Care, Podcasts, Resources, Season Two

home is the setting for health

With more than 20 years of experience in the home care industry, Wanda Coley has combined her deep knowledge of finance, business development, payor contracting and post-acute strategies to become a highly-regarded expert in the field. In this episode of Help Choose Home, Coley explains why she believes that nothing is more beneficial for clients than having the opportunity to … Read More

The Need for Low-Cost, High-Value Home Care Services

corecubedHome Care Policy, Home Health Care, Podcasts, Resources, Season One, Transitional Care

Podcast 19 covers studies at Harvard Medical School

Allen Hager, Executive Chairman of Risemark, founded one of the largest franchise platforms in the industry, which you may know as Right at Home. Risemark consists of three wholly owned subsidiaries including Right at Home, Right at Home International, and IKOR that serve more than 500 territories globally. Allen Hager has a perspective on the healthcare at home industry that … Read More

Home Care and Population Health

corecubedFamily Caregivers, Home Care, Home Health Care, Podcasts, Resources, Respite Care, Season One

Matt Hansen, DPT, has experience in healthcare at home that translates into helping clients achieve success.

Matt Hansen, who has a doctorate in physical therapy and serves as General Manager for Homespire, a new Intermountain Healthcare Company based in Utah, is our guest today. Matt’s passion is in population health in addition to his provision of skilled Lifecare Management and Personal Skill services in the home. Matt Hansen uses his personal insights, education, and training to … Read More

Plan Ahead to Help Seniors Age In Place

corecubedFamily Caregivers, Home Care, Home Care Options, Home Health Care, Podcasts, Resources, Season One

Get advice from a geriatrician says Dr Landers

Dr. Steven Landers, a certified family doctor and geriatrician, is currently President and CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, Inc., the nation’s second-largest not-for-profit home health care organization serving New Jersey and Ohio. To help maintain independence as you age, Dr. Landers suggests having conversations with family members to outline your wishes – not just about medical treatment, … Read More

Considering In-Home Care for Older Adults

corecubedHome Care, Home Health Care, Home Health Care Technology, Podcasts, Resources, Season One

In-Home Care for Older Adults

The elder care industry continues to grow and change to meet the needs of our older population, many of whom wish to age or recover following a hospitalization in familiar surroundings. In-home care for aging adults is a readily available, convenient, and affordable option. And thanks to technology, in-home care can now easily be monitored, providing health care providers with … Read More