What the Home Health Podcast

Hospitals Need to Limit 60-Day Readmissions As They Face Capacity Issues
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Acute care hospitals are currently grappling with the challenge of discharging patients promptly while facing capacity constraints and staffing issues, exacerbated by the flu season and a surge in RSV cases among both children and adults. In this episode of What the Home Health, join host Kevin Stevenson as he sheds light on the…

Patient Specific Protocols
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Telos Health’s innovative rehospitalization strategies are transforming the healthcare landscape. With the passing of Medicare regulations in 2020, agencies now have the power to implement ranged frequencies and patient-specific protocols, enabling a more personalized and effective approach to care. In this insightful episode, join Nora Silver as they dive deep into the aggressive rehospitalization…

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As we bid farewell to 2022, it becomes evident that there are no emerging industry trends in the healthcare landscape. Instead, providers are dedicating themselves to an important task: educating themselves on cost reduction strategies. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have made it clear that value-based care is the future, and it…

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For nearly a decade, advocating for the implementation of minimum cyber hygiene for connected medical technologies has been a personal journey. Drawing parallels to the safety features in cars, I have worked tirelessly to build trust with the US Food and Drug Administration and influence their pre and post-market guidance. Finally, the passage of…

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Along with the buzz, there are many questions posed over the past decade about value-based care and what it means for providers, payers, and patients. How will value-based care be applied? Does it achieve value? Where do things stand today?  David Kemp, the host of Highway to Health, wanted to know more about the reality…

What the Bites

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As we bid farewell to 2022, it becomes evident that there are no emerging industry trends in the healthcare landscape. Instead, providers are dedicating themselves to an important task: educating themselves on cost reduction strategies. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have made it clear that value-based care is the future, and it…

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For nearly a decade, advocating for the implementation of minimum cyber hygiene for connected medical technologies has been a personal journey. Drawing parallels to the safety features in cars, I have worked tirelessly to build trust with the US Food and Drug Administration and influence their pre and post-market guidance. Finally, the passage of…

Videos

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Home care is witnessing unprecedented growth due to one undeniable truth: patients prefer to receive care in the comfort of their own homes while avoiding hospitalizations. Keeping patients at home is the primary goal of the rapidly expanding home care industry. However, navigating constant changes, such as staffing, regulations, and patient needs, poses significant…

From Our Experts

Hospitals Need to Limit 60-Day Readmissions As They Face Capacity Issues
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Acute care hospitals are currently grappling with the challenge of discharging patients promptly while facing capacity constraints and staffing issues, exacerbated by the flu season and a surge in RSV cases among both children and adults. In this episode of What the Home Health, join host Kevin Stevenson as he sheds light on the…

Patient Specific Protocols
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Telos Health’s innovative rehospitalization strategies are transforming the healthcare landscape. With the passing of Medicare regulations in 2020, agencies now have the power to implement ranged frequencies and patient-specific protocols, enabling a more personalized and effective approach to care. In this insightful episode, join Nora Silver as they dive deep into the aggressive rehospitalization…