Why Home Health Care Can Have a Positive Impact on Mental Health

Being house-bound following surgery, an accident, or simply due to advanced aging, can have a very detrimental effect on one’s mental health. This is why home health care is not only essential from a medical perspective but also from a psychological one. Home care workers who come to us for malpractice insurance often share that…

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What are Key Compliance Issues in Home Healthcare?

Government regulations and compliance rules are designed to protect patients, home healthcare providers, insurance companies, and taxpayers. They are typically focused on organizations providing and billing for appropriate levels of care and preventing fraudulent claims. In order to stay in business and avoid legal battles or compliance penalties or fines, home healthcare organizations should stay…

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The Home Hospital: What Is It and How Will It Affect Future Care?

As the general population continues to age and live longer, the healthcare system will face increased demands on its services. Long-term chronic health problems as well as ongoing acute care will stress an already over-taxed system. There has already been a significant shift from inpatient to outpatient procedures as well as shorter in-hospital recovery times…

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How to Find Affordable Professional Liability Insurance for Home Health Providers

When it comes to protecting your business, the¬†professional liability insurance policy you select is critical. Home health providers face a significant risk of being sued for malpractice in the event there’s an accident or error made during the care of a patient. Fortunately, you can find affordable and simple liability insurance that will protect you…

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A Guide to Starting a Home Healthcare Business

Home healthcare is a burgeoning industry in the US and around the world. As medicine, medical technology, preemptive care, and the entire healthcare industry progresses, the greatest net gain is that more people are able to live longer, healthier lives. This also means that, as populations increase, aging populations are larger than they have ever…

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