Current Headlines

  1. Amedisys And Clearcare Forge Partnership To Coordinate Home Health Care And Personal Care

    Amedisys, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMED), America’s leading independent home health, hospice and personal care company, has signed an agreement with ClearCare, Inc. to create an opportunity to establish partnerships between Amedisys home health centers and personal care agencies using ClearCare to coordinate the care of patients.

  2. LifePod®, The First Proactive-Voice Caregiving Service, Honored With 2019 Caregiver Friendly® Award

    LifePod Solutions Inc., the groundbreaking, proactive-voice caregiving service, announced today at the Voice Summit 2019 conference (#Voice2019) they have been honored as a 2019 Caregiver Friendly Award recipient in the Services category.

  3. iHealthHome Teams With National MS Society To Improve Services To Individuals Living With Multiple Sclerosis

    iHealthHome, an innovator in care management software, announces a partnership with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to improve data collection and analytics in the organization’s endeavor to deliver high-quality case management services to people living with multiple sclerosis who are dealing with complex issues that affect their ability to live safely and independently in the community.

  4. Axxess Provides Home Healthcare Clients Several Technology Tools To Prepare For PDGM

    Leading home healthcare technology provider Axxess has introduced several valuable tools within its software solution to help clients prepare for the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM), which goes into effect in January.

  5. New Health Program Care-A-Medix Extending Physician Care Into The Home And Workplace

    Lives have been saved, hospital admissions and readmissions reduced, and the number of elderly who remain living in their own home has increased based on evaluation of a unique at-home care program now operating in Orlando, Florida. Care-A-Medix uses a team of community paramedics to extend the physician care plan into the home enabling individuals living with chronic health conditions to age-in-place.

  6. Compassionate Care Home Health Agency Expands Into Kern County

    Compassionate Care Home Health Agency, Central California'sleading force in home health, announces its expansion into Bakersfield, California and is now serving all of Kern Countyas a part of its statewide expansion.

  7. MediTelecare Expands Behavioral Telemedicine Services To New Mexico & West Virginia

    MediTelecare, the nation's leading provider of telehealth behavioral care services to Post Acute and Skilled Nursing Facilities, has announced it is launching telemedicine services throughout the states of West Virginia and New Mexico.

  8. Humana Expands Reach Of Value-Based Orthopedic Specialty Care To Benefit More Humana Medicare Advantage Members

    Leading health and well-being company Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM) announced that value-based orthopedic specialty care is available for more of its Medicare Advantage members than ever before, with the participation of additional providers in Humana’s bundled payment models for spinal fusion surgeries and hip or knee joint replacement procedures. Humana Announces Second Group of Participants in Spinal Fusion Episode-Based Model Launched earlier this year, Humana’s Spinal Fusion Episode-Based Model is designed specifically to provide

  9. CVS Health Announces Start Of Clinical Trial For New Home Hemodialysis Device

    CVS Health (NYSE:CVS) today announced the initiation of a clinical trial designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the HemoCare™ Hemodialysis System for administration of home hemodialysis. The innovative device includes safety features and is designed to make home hemodialysis simple for patients.

  10. Global Healthy Living Foundation Fights For Medicaid Expansion For Chronic Disease Patients

    The Global Healthy Living Foundation continues to advocate for access to health care for chronic disease patients in response to new guidance provided in late 2018 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of the Treasury allowing for states to apply for waivers under Section 1332 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Section 1332 waivers allow states to waive specified provisions of the ACA, provided the state’s waiver plan