POSTED ON MONDAY, MAY 4, 2020 1:26 PM

Over the past few years, HHCN has repeatedly reported on how non-medical home care and personal care services have carved out essential roles within the broader continuum of care. During the COVID-19 pandemic, however, home care and personal care seem to have taken a backseat. This webinar will review how both fit into the ongoing pandemic while recapping relevant regulatory changes. This webinar will address current trends and challenges for both private-pay home care agencies and Medicaid-reimbursed personal care services providers, helping attendees make sense of their particular markets moving into the future. Register to this webinar to learn: — How private-pay home care agencies and Medicaid providers have been impacted by recent regulatory changes — What home-based care advocates are doing to secure further policy support — Why the immediate future of in-home care still looks bright as the COVID-19 crisis persists — And more!

Speaker 1: Peter Ross CEO, Senior Helpers

Speaker 2: Darby Anderson Vice chairman, Partnership for Medicaid Home-Based Care board of directors

Moderator: Andrew Donlan Reporter, Home Health Care News

Date: Friday, May 8, 2020

Time: 2pm – 3pm ET

Click here to register

 

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