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Episode 41: Better Marketing for Your Homecare Agency With Chris Zayid of Affinity Senior Care
If you’re running a homecare agency, marketing may be the last thing on your mind—You have to deal with staffing issues, compliance problems, and billing headaches. But marketing your company is the first step to growing your company—and possibly mitigating some staffing issues. But what’s the right way to do it? Chris Zayid, founder of Affinity Senior Care and Empire Home Care Consulting, joins the podcast to answer just that question.
Episode 40: The Evolution of PACE With IntusCare
Intus Care, a healthtech company conceived in 2019 by a group of Brown University undergraduate students passionate about improving geriatric care through the use of predictive analytics, launched a platform specializing in PACE and Medicare-Medicaid integrated program quality management. The company also recently completed a $3.1 million funding round. Co-founders Robbie Felton, CEO, and Evan Jackson, COO, join the podcast to tell us more about the company and their vision for the future.
Episode 39: The State of E-Prescribe in DME with DMEScripts
DMEScripts formed in late 2021 with a mission to increase e-prescribe in the durable medical equipment industry. The American Association for Homecare (AAHomecare), VGM & Associates, Ltd., AdaptHealth, LLC., Apria Healthcare Group LLC, Lincare Inc. and Rotech Healthcare Inc., joined to form the independent company. Dan Starck, CEO of Apria, and Ken Hodel, VP of Business Development for DMEScripts, join the podcast to talk about the partnership, the need for e-prescribe in the industry, and more.
Episode38: Gary Manning of PhysIQ on Hospital at Home
Somewhere around 77% of adults 50 and older want to remain in their homes for the long term. But, recent research has found that as baby boomers age, they have more comorbidities than previous generations at comparable ages. With the pandemic driving a telehealth and care in the home revolution, more health systems and home health agencies are turning to remote patient monitoring as a way to keep patients safe at home. Gary Manning, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Healthcare at physIQ, a provider of digital medicine joins the podcast today to discuss the hospital at home model and why the future is here now.
Episode 37: An Accreditation Update With Sandra Canally of The Compliance Team
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services requires accreditation for Medicare-participating home medical equipment and home health suppliers. Sandra Canally is the founder and CEO of The Compliance Team (TCT), a nationally recognized health care accreditation organization that is CMS deemed for multiple areas of your business. Canally joins the podcast to talk about the accreditation process and some of the exciting things happening for the organization.
Episode 36: On the Social Determinants of Health With Dr. Julian Harris of ConcertoCare
Dr. Julian Harris, chairman and CEO of ConcertoCare, a tech-enabled, value-based provider of at-home, comprehensive care for seniors and other adults with unmet health and social needs, joins the podcast today to discuss why the social aspects of health matter, and how to better care for seniors with unmet social needs.