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Your Agency Starts With…

Posted January 9, 2017 in From Healthy Aides to Healthier Agency
Differentiating you from your competitors A sneak peak of what you can expect from this guide! It’s no secret the home care industry is exploding with potential. According to PHInational, by 2050 the population of people over the age of 65 will nearly double, from 47.8 million to 88 million. That&[Read more]

What’s A Quanti Got To Do With It?

Posted January 9, 2017 in From Healthy Aides to Healthier Agency
Watch chapter two sneak peak Tuberculosis. Yep, tuberculosis. Probably not what you thought would lead to your great success but it can certainly lead you to your demise. Not just a fatal disease, tuberculosis (TB) also happens to be one of the most feared contagious diseases around the world. Why s[Read more]

Decrease Risk & Drug Abuse

Posted January 9, 2017 in From Healthy Aides to Healthier Agency
Watch chapter 3 sneak peak! So far we’ve reviewed how to streamline your onboarding process by picking which TB test was best for you. To review this information check out Chapter Two: What’s A Quanti Got To Do With It? Here’s a quick recap: Your are passionate about growing your agency an[Read more]

Hire With Facts, Not Guesswork

Posted January 9, 2017 in From Healthy Aides to Healthier Agency
Watch sneak peak on Chapter 5! Hey there, you’re officially more than half way through this guide. Feel free to check out previous chapters for a quick refresher on drug tests, TB tests and vaccinations. You are only three chapters away from knowing how to streamline your onboarding process like a[Read more]

Build Immunity & A Better Agency

Posted January 9, 2017 in From Healthy Aides to Healthier Agency
Watch this quick recap! Welcome back! In the last chapters we reviewed different ways to streamline your onboarding by looking at how to get certain exam results faster and figuring out which exams will have the most positive impact on your agency and the quality of care you deliver. For a refresher[Read more]

Less Worker’s Comp With The Right Hires

Posted January 9, 2017 in From Healthy Aides to Healthier Agency
Watch sneak peak of Chapter 6! We’re so glad you’ve come back. We’ve found that agency owners who make it this far into the guide are the ones that are most committed to growing and taking the actions necessary to reach the level of success they desire. Congratulations on your determination to[Read more]

Setting Standards for Home Care Onboarding

Posted January 9, 2017 in From Healthy Aides to Healthier Agency
Sneak peak of Chapter 7! As you have gone through this guide we hope that your confidence in how to successfully expand your agency has grown. We’ve laid out some of the exams and procedures that can be put in place to streamline your onboarding, make sure you hiring the right person and reduce tu[Read more]
Flu Season is Officially Here

Health Alert: 2016-2017 Flu Season Is Here

Posted December 30, 2016 in Client News & Updates Health & Wellness
Effective December 28th, New York Department of Health Commissioner Howard Zucker “declares influenza to be prevalent in New York State for the 2016-17 influenza season”. This designation triggers the ‘Flu Mask Reg’ which requires “all personnel… not vaccinated against influenza for the [Read more]
Get Smart About Wage Parity

2017 NYC Wage Parity Updates

Posted December 30, 2016 in Client News & Updates
Starting December 31, 2016, all New York home care agencies must comply with the new Wage Parity minimum base pay rates. This affects all New York City: Certified home health agencies (CHHAs) Long term home health care programs (LTHHCPs) Managed care organizations (MCOs) Unlike previous increases wh[Read more]
Operations

Now Hiring: Customer Service Representative – Bilingual Cantonese / Mandarin

Posted December 28, 2016 in Careers
The main responsibility of the Customer Service Representative (CSR) is to understand the customer’s unique needs and provide outstanding service by committing to quality, professionalism and respect. In order to service the patients and clients of Mobile Health, the CSR provides support by schedu[Read more]
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