What You Need to Know About The Flu

Posted by BAYADA Home Health Care

11/1/16 1:58 PM

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**This post is an updated version of one published in January 2014. You can read the original post here

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BAYADA Salutes All Members of Our Extended Family during National Home Care Month

Posted by BAYADA Communications Office

10/31/16 9:00 AM

16-73-2188_COM_HomeCareMonth_Flyer.jpgEach November, BAYADA Home Health Care celebrates National Home Care Month by showing appreciation to our clients, their loved ones, and our dedicated caregivers who truly love what they do. Every day, thousands of people across the country welcome BAYADA into their homes. We are humbled by this great responsibility and are proud to be able to provide the kind of high-quality care that keeps our clients at home with their families—where they want to be. From newborns to the elderly, our clients and families count on us to be there for them, so they can continue to live at home with comfort, independence, and dignity.

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A New Social Network for Health Care Providers

Posted by BAYADA Home Health Care

1/14/16 11:31 AM

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Ashish Shah had a hunch that social media—a tool used every day by health care providers outside work—could be the key to improving results on the job, too. It looks like he was right.

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Health Care Providers Tap Into Social Media for Care Team Coordination

Posted by BAYADA Home Health Care

1/14/16 11:20 AM

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How’s this for clinical outcomes: A home health care facility struggling with a 40 percent readmission rate tests a social media-based communications platform for its care team members. During the three-month pilot this past spring, the readmission rate drops to 11 percent. When the pilot ends, the readmission rate jumps back up to 40 percent.

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Empowering Heroes: Focus on people is the strategy that drives home health care success - Part 1

Posted by Adam Groff

1/5/16 3:43 PM

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Home health care is well positioned to meet the challenge of caring for people with higher quality and lower cost. In this first of two articles, we will discuss the current home health industry and our belief that the most important driver of success is a focus on people. The second article will explore how this focus on people will also be critical with emerging, high-value home health care models.

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