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Category Archives: homecare

Homecare Brings Patient Back from “DEATH!”

19-Oct-07

Teri Robotti, the physician liaison of the VNA of Vero Beach Florida, related a great story about the value of homecare and I thought I’d share it with you here on the blog.
“Joe” was a “frequent flyer” at his local hospital. Discharges resulting in unsupervised care at home lead to inevitable clinical deterioration and subsequent frequent […]

HOMECARE! Get your doctors to stop discharging patients to HOME!

17-Oct-07

Bill Langley attended the our recent three day conference for training and certification of the homecare sales professional designation in San Antonio. He asked me to share with a colleague my AD Van Disselt concept. I thought others might also appreciate the concept.
How do you get physicians to recognize the value homecare provides both physician […]

Fresh Cherry Pie vs. Cherry Jello; Your Choice?

28-Jun-07

Yesterday, my youngest daughter had a friend, “P.”, staying over to spend the night. Arriving home, I found two kids anxious to be dragged around behind a jet ski on the lake and I was in the house only long enough to learn that dessert was fresh cherry pie.
“P.,” Sally exclaimed, “we’ve got cherry pie for […]

Shi**y Jobs Fertilize Future Prospects

21-Jun-07

Monday morning I keynoted the Georgia Assoc. for Home Health Agencies (GAHHA) annual meeting on St. Simons Island. During lunch, I had the chance to have great conversation with Kay Smith, RN. Kay and her husband Hal were co-recipients of  the Captain C. C. Dudley Award  for “outstanding leadership and dedication in pursuit of excellence in provision of Home Health services […]