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Home Health Management: 7 Keys to Retaining Employees

The quality of home health management that home health care nurses, therapists or aides receive is critical to employee retention. The reasons home health workers leave their jobs has more to do with management and supervision not the job itself.

It is not enough that the supervisor...

Posted by Melissa Cott-Webber, RN on May 30, 2017

Home Health Care: How to Perform Employee Evaluations

Your home health care management policies and procedures need to address how to perform employee evaluations, reports MyHomecareBiz..  Employee evaluations shouldn't be intimidating for you or your employee. Preventing a negative experience can depend on how you - or another...

Posted by Steven Steggles on Apr 25, 2017

Home Health Care: Everyone Needs to Sign a Confidentiality Agreement

If you have staff accessing an electronic EMR system you need have to make sure each employee signs the home health forms: EMR Confidentality Form - also known as a Non-Disclosure Form.  A confidentiality or non-disclosure agreement is absolutely necessary for an Agency or any other...

Posted by Melissa Cott on Apr 11, 2017

OASIS Home Health - Best Practices for Aide Supervisory Visits

Include the following evidence-based MyHomecareBiz OASIS Home Health best clinical practices for performing supervisory visits:

Posted by Patty Jampolsky on Mar 20, 2017

Best Practices for Home Health Aide Supervisory Visits

Include the following evidence-based best clinical practices for performing Home Health Aide supervisory visits:

Posted by Patty Jampolsky on Feb 7, 2017

Home Health Care Forms: Orientation Checklist II

Employee orientation training basics include showing new workers how to perform their jobs safely and efficiently.  But thriving home health agencies know that it is important to go much further than that. Orientation is the perfect time to begin soft skills training, and to...

Posted by Patty Jampolsky on Jan 25, 2017

Home Health Management: 7 Keys to Retaining Employees

The quality of home health management that home health care nurses, therapists or aides receive is critical to employee retention. The reasons home health workers leave their jobs has more to do with management and supervision not the job itself.

It is not enough that the supervisor...

Posted by Melissa Cott on Nov 17, 2016

Best Practices for Home Health Aide Supervisory Visits

Include the following evidence-based best clinical practices for performing Home Health Aide supervisory visits:

Posted by Patty Jampolsky on Nov 15, 2016