ExpiredThe Future Of Home Care: Immediate measures your agency should be taking

  • July 14, 2020
    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Registration available now!

A shortage of N95 masks. A dire supply of gloves. Major workforce disruptions.

These are just some of the challenges that home health care providers in New England are already struggling with during the COVID-19 pandemic. How will the industry look, and what needs to be done to survive once the dust settles?

Join experts from AlayaCare for this deeper dive into what home care will look like in the future, and how to ensure your agency is part of that future. Registration link is here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Dv_Mi3YaSb2l5RsT72_6Yw

AlayaCare Co-Founder, Brady Murphy for a webinar on July 14th at 2pm EST, where they will discuss the implications of returning to the office and exploring how agencies can prepare for operations in ways that not only abide to government guidelines but also keep employees and clients safe.

Brady will also present the importance of leveraging virtual care solutions along with reviewing how these solutions can better support contact and risk tracking, data capture, reporting and more.

Join this webinar to:

  • Understand considerations for retrofitting offices and procedures both physically and digitally to support social distancing measures.
  • Determine what virtual care methods are best employed in the service of clients, and how to integrate them into operations.
  • Leverage technology to track and report on relevant COVID-19 data.
  • Review virtual care solutions and reimbursement in New England.
  • Discuss best practices for contract tracing, risk assessment and emergency preparedness.

Different states and regions are at different stages in surveillance and monitoring, broadly, home health and home care agencies are already experiencing challenges that many others throughout the continuum of care are as well, including hospitals. That’s particularly alarming because the need for home-based care will likely rise as more patients are sent home from institutional settings. Put your agency in the best position, join us.

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