On a recent flight heading to the Home Instead annual convention in Omaha, I was reflecting on how much technology has disrupted nearly every facet of modern day travel. From booking my flight on kayak.com to catching an Uber ride at the airport to using my iPhone to secure a hotel room via the Hilton Honor’s application – every step of my travel was enhanced by technology. The icing on the cake? I actually completed and submitted my taxes on the in-flight wifi, courtesy of United Airlines. Technology is bleeding into and disrupting just about every aspect of our lives and every remote corner of business. So given our mission at ClearCare – to empower home care agencies to operate read more »
ClearCare Online, the leading technology platform for aging in the home, today announced its partnership with Seniors Helping Seniors, a national in-home care franchise network with more than 250 locations throughout the U.S. Earlier this year, Seniors Helping Seniors was recognized by Forbes Magazine as a top franchise – ranking sixth on the list of top U.S. franchises. “It’s never been a better time to be in the home care business – more families need support with aging issues than ever,” said Daniel Jan, VP of operations at Seniors Helping Seniors. “Our steady network success is a result of our strong commitment from franchise partners and collaboration during periods of change. Selecting ClearCare was a strategic decision made by our read more »
Meet Karen Curry of Caring Mission Home Care. Learn the benefits of ClearCare’s home care software and family room portal from a trusted user.
Home care agencies can earn up to $9,600 per caregiver via the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC). ClearCare, the #1 private-duty home care software provider, has integrated the background check process and tax credit submissions into the natural workflow of agency administrators. Below is a transcript of a webinar held on 6-30-2015 on the Work Opportunity Tax Credit program, what caregivers are eligible, how to apply for the benefit, and how ClearCare has made the process automatic. Heather: You have joined us for The Home Care Agency Guide To Work Opportunity Tax Credits. We are super excited to have you all here. This topic has been a pretty one over the last couple of months, and so we are read more »
On January 6th, 2015 ClearCare Online, a private-duty home care software provider, along with Harvard Medical School’s Department of Health Care Policy and Right at Home announced a joint partnership on a program titled ‘The Intervention in-Home Care to Improve Outcomes’ program. The original press release can be found here. The below is a transcript of an interview from May 2015 with updates from key members of the project. Moderator: Dr. Grabowski, tell me a little bit about the In-Home Care Program and who’s involved in that study. Dr. Grabowski: Absolutely. In-Home is a really exciting partnership with three organizations, Right at Home, ClearCare and Harvard. All three organizations bring different expertise and different infrastructure into the project. read more »
Andy Niska is a ClearCare Ambassador and founder of Love At Home Senior Care. Andy talks about the benefits of ClearCare’s home care software and family
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Home care agencies can qualify for up to a $9,600 tax credit per eligible caregiver through the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program. Yet, most home care agencies are either not filing for this benefit or are unaware of the program. Update: ClearCare has recently fully automated the tax credit filing in the ClearCare product. Check out Employment Screening with CareGuard to learn more. 5 Question & Answer Tips to Claim your tax credits 1) Why should home care agencies have interest in the WOTC program? There are $60 billion in federal, state, and other employer tax credits available each year. These tax credits were created to help elevate targeted citizens in economically depressed circumstances to a stronger, more stable financial position. Through these programs, read more »
Baby boomers are the fastest growing demographic in America. According to Euromonitor International, Boomers have a collective purchasing power of over $15 trillion. Because of this, our attention turns toward not only the care and well-being of this population, but also to the impact that it currently has and will continue to have on our economy. Business opportunities to service this population – in technology, healthcare, consumer products, travel and leisure, and financial services, to name just a few – will continue to present themselves at an ever-increasing rate. In March, Harvard Business School Association of Boston (HBSAB) hosted the HBSAB Grand Forum on “The New Boom: Why Businesses Need to Respond to Our Aging Market.” This important event included over read more »
Derek Jones: Thank you for hopping on the webinar. We have an incredible agenda packed with tools to help your agency grow. Today’s webinar is titled “Generating a $250,000 Referral With a Readmission Program.” And, that seems like a big topic, but we’re going walk into that topic and show you how it’s very realistic and then give you tools that you can actually, you can use today, you don’t even have to wait until tomorrow … tools you can use today to start marketing to hospitals, hospice, rehabs, and assisted living facilities. Again, thank you for hopping on with us today. The program will run about an hour. We will, have at least 15 minutes for question and answers. And read more »
Many think about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as the requirement to hold health insurance, yet major initiatives were also included in the ACA to slow the growth of health care costs over time. One of the main ways this is happening is by reducing the readmission rate of patients back into hospitals within 30 days — also known as the HHCR or Hospital Readmission Reduction Program. This is a $26B industry of which $17B is estimated to be pegged to preventable readmission. The overall readmission rates are declining and home care services are proving to be a key player in that strategy. How can home care agencies use hospital readmission rates? Care coordination and transition models are critical in preventing hospital readmissions. The old read more »