The Home Care Aide Council announces an opportunity for an energetic, driven leader to support the legislative and policy initiatives of the organization. The Executive Director drives the organization’s vision, while meeting the expectations of our membership and serving as the voice for home care aide services in Massachusetts. Continue reading
The Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) will host a series of public statewide listening sessions on recent changes to Massachusetts General Law (M.G.L.) specifically, Chapter 139 of the Acts of 2017 requiring EOEA to create a Home Care Worker Registry (HCW Registry). Continue reading
New survey results of the state’s home care workforce reveal that home care agencies, on average, are only able to retain three of the 18 workers typically hired over a three month period. Continue reading
As our health care system transforms more quickly than ever from paying for volume to paying for value, providers have strong incentives to ensure that their patients’ care plans are reinforced and supported outside the clinical setting in people’s homes and communities. Continue reading
Program Description: The purpose of this program is to help support a patient’s transition out of an institutional setting to living in the community, and avoid costly readmissions because patients were not “ready” or prepared to manage their health care needs at home.
Learn More: Healthy Living Center of Excellence, www.healthyliving4me.org/programs/