Kinnser Blog

Archive: August 2014

Update on Jimmo Settlement

   by Elizabeth Hogue
The settlement in the Jimmo case has received widespread coverage in the healthcare industry and the general press, but many providers; including home health agencies, therapy practitioners, skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and assisted living facilities (ALFs); still have many questions about it. What is required of the Centers for Medicare… Read more ›

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How to Position Your Home Care Agency as a Vital Partner to Consortiums

   by Ginny Kenyon, RN, MN
Consortiums are a fast-growing trend in the health care industry, and many home care agencies want to get in on the action. Becoming a part of these consortiums, however, isn’t easy. Despite the increasing number of consortiums available, most home care agencies struggle to position themselves as a vital partner… Read more ›

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Kinnser Software Acquires ADLware

   by Shane Anderson
Addition of software for private duty broadens Kinnser’s offering across the post-acute healthcare continuum AUSTIN, August 5, 2014 — Kinnser Software, Inc., creator of the most widely used software for home health and hospice agencies today announced that it has acquired ADLware, a private duty specialty software company of San Clemente,… Read more ›

Filed Under: Administration, News and Events

Avoiding Clinician Burnout in Home Healthcare: What Agency Leaders Need to Know

   by Shane Anderson
Read the original article published in the Summer 2014 edition of The Florida Home Care Connection, The Official Publication of the Home Care Association of Florida. Clinicians across the entire healthcare workforce are at risk for burnout. Home health clinicians in particular face special challenges––long shifts, unpredictable point of care… Read more ›

Filed Under: Administration, Clinical, News and Events, Technology