The Argument of Double-Dipping is Lame, Unrealistic, Naive and Potentially Medically Dangerous.
In the delivery of care, reimbursement arrangements for what some call ‘room and board’ and the personal attention required by specially trained staff due to intricate patient needs are often separated in billing. Some refer to the latter as “Attendant Care” or care by “Personal Assistants.” These arguments have made it into the courtroom with […]
Inviting Physician Referrals to Your CORF (Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility)
The beauty of the CORF is the expansive number of services it provides. Under one roof – without being in a hospital adjacent to a COVID ward – a patient can benefit from the work of: Nurses Rehabilitative Therapists (Occupational and Physical) Speech Therapists Respiratory Therapists Psychosocial Professionals So, from assisting the recovery after […]
Our Focus on Physicians Spans the World…
It is our honor to use most of 2021 focused on specialized training for physicians. While medical societies of different types offer a variety of continuing education options, many are not offering those special components many jurisdictions are now requiring. Perhaps the most popular are: Human Trafficking Bias Recognition and Prevention Opioid Addiction Prevention and […]
Challenges of Caring for More than Just Your Patient…
Taken From Trade Article Date: April 1, 2017 • www.directcaretraining.com In home care – or as some prefer to classify them – Attendant Care environments, the subject of the care is often one, (1) person. In some cases, that subject is a juvenile. While special challenges impact all care environments, there are areas of concern […]
5 Strategies for Problem Solving and Prevention in Care…Special Zoom Presentation:
Pandemic or no pandemic we surely need strategy and long-term vision to make it in business these days. The small and medium size operators – those with income of $100K to $1.5 Mil annually – have to invest even more human energy into being a success. The roadblock is often that so much time is […]
Do You Know Your Value? – Upcoming Webinar Invite…
Do You Know Your Value? Intro to Upcoming Webinar On any given day I review 10 client concerns, observe 25 student’s progress in one of our online schools and approve approaches to helping clients to manage challenging situations. These situations could range from dealing with an impending regulatory response to a licensing violation, cash flow […]
The Trauma of Words is Amazingly Underestimated
We come in contact on a pretty regular basis with residents in group home environments who previously lived with relatives. Often the previous living environment was not a nurturing one. In some cases, the relative acting as the caregiver verbally expressed their frustration with the arrangement and with the most biting words, painted the care […]
Our Focus is Success via Familiarity….
In the world of online learning there are a couple of characteristics that matter most for providers. Among these is being able to help the student – including those who are not accustomed to computer learning – to understand how the process works. This assistance must include not only a few general items about online […]