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Ever since the Secretary of Health Services announced that 50% of all Medicare payments would be made using the value-based care model by 2018, all healthcare costs have been on the rise. For those that have still not integrated this model, it has been a challenge to keep up and fully transition. For others that … Continue reading HR Best Practices for a Smooth Value-Based Care Transition
Office romances are frequent and generate much interest – there are more than 300,000,000 search results on Google about love in the workplace. We all enjoy a great office love story, like the one between Pam and Jim in The Office, or a nonfiction one like Bill and Melinda Gates. Or you may have read … Continue reading Love and HR: What We Don’t Really Talk About!
When you want to dive into your field, one of the best things to do is attend a conference. For two to three days you can spend time immersed in industry trends, compliance, technology, and firsthand experience. The best part is learning what agencies like yours are implementing to drive better care and growth. We … Continue reading The Top Home Care Conferences You Should Know About
My mom once told me “In an age of technology and information, ignorance is a choice.” Yes, you can say my mom is pretty wise. In the end, like it or not, she is always right, and whenever I got caught doing something I wasn’t supposed to, it was just a “Don’t do it again” … Continue reading 3 Things That Will Get Your Skilled Nursing Facility Audited
Welcome to Pay Matters, our monthly roundup of all the payroll and compliance news that you must know. Stay informed and in compliance with our monthly payroll alerts and insights. DOL Issues Final Joint- Employment Rule On January 12, the US Department of Labor issued its anticipated Final Rule interpreting joint employer status under the … Continue reading Pay Matters! February 2020
Remember those “word problems” in math class? If 2 trains leave the station going in opposite directions, and the conductor of train A buys 3 apples for 75 cents, and the conductor of train B buys 2 apples for 40 cents, is Jill older than Jane? OK, maybe they weren’t that complicated in algebra class, … Continue reading Payroll Systems – “If I’d known there was going to be math involved…”
We get it: You are running a business that is demanding and unique. You probably do your own payroll, human resources, office administration, compliance ensurance, and much more. On top of everything you already have on your plate, Sarah, one of your caregivers, just handed in her letter of resignation – she is the 3rd … Continue reading Secrets to Help You Tackle the High Home Care Turnover Rate
No one wants to put out last minute fires because payroll went wrong. From miscalculating employees’ premium overtime rates, to late payments caused by overdue timesheets, skilled nursing facilities need more than what generic payroll and HR solutions provide. Instead of helping you decrease your workload, they are increasing your headaches. Where am I going … Continue reading Why Skilled Nursing Facilities Need Flexible HCM Software in 2020
As someone running a home care agency with human resources responsibilities, you probably have a lot to manage each day, like onboarding, payroll, paid time off, benefits, and much more. These administrative tasks likely take so long that it leaves little to no time to make sure your patients’, clients’, and caregivers’ needs are taken … Continue reading The Impact of HCM on Your Home Care Agency’s ROI
On February 2nd, Super Bowl LIV will take place in Miami, Florida, featuring the San Francisco 49ers versus the Kansas City Chiefs. For some people, Super Bowl Sunday is about gathering around with family and friends, indulging in food, and discussing favorite commercials. For others, it’s primarily about watching two of the most successful NFL … Continue reading 3 Ways the Super Bowl Can Provide Your Organization with the Right Game Plan for Great Teamwork