Americare Does It Again – 5 Stars!

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For those of you who know Americare, it will come as no great surprise to learn that once again we have received the top rating possible by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for quality of patient care.

Our 5 stars rating – the second year in a row that Americare has received this top ranking from CMS – is more than just a number. It’s a badge of honor that we wear proudly, showing our patients and their families that Americare is dedicated to providing quality and compassionate care. Continue reading “Americare Does It Again – 5 Stars!”

Overview of U.S. Home Health Care Industry

Home health care service is not only the fastest growing healthcare industry, but it is also expected to become the fastest-growing industry in the United States overall, which will open new jobs. For quite some time, we have companies such as Elly Kleinman’s Americare,  that provide a range of skilled nursing and other health care services in this industry, and in addition to that offer personal care services to patients in their homes. As the number of chronic conditions and functional impairments that people have continues to rise, so does the utilization of home health care. In recent years, the overall use of home health care services has increased, reflecting the ever-increasing growth of the aging population and the rise of the above mentioned chronic conditions.

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Transforming the Home Healthcare Market

Year after year, since the beginning in 1982, Elly Kleinman Americare Companies founder seeks new ways to transform American healthcare and meet the needs of patients in the evolving U.S. healthcare system. But in order to meet the future needs, home healthcare providers need to explore new trends and see how consumers are relating to that. When it comes to understanding the role of home healthcare services and how to integrate home healthcare into new models for the delivery of care and the future healthcare marketplace, there are some key reforms and investments in workforce, technologies, and research that can leverage the role of home healthcare and can help clarify the value of home healthcare. In the past couple of years we have seen an increasing demand for caregivers. As of the second half of 2014, around 40 million Americans were serving as caregivers, a figure which is expected to reach 45 million by 2020, caring for over 117 million people.

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Americare Companies Healthcare Trends and Benefits

By now it has become clear that technology is more readily available, and is adopted by more and more healthcare providers, as it can benefit everyone involved in the industry, regardless whether you are a healthcare provider or a patient. From basic equipment to billing practices primarily based on technology advances, everyone who has set foot in a hospital or clinic in recent years has seen the changes. Elly Kleinman, Americare Companies founder and chief executive started experimenting with delivering care outside the traditional settings a long time ago, and now he is among the first to reap the benefits for recognizing the potential efficiency and cost savings of keeping patients out of hospital beds.

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The Future of Healthcare

We live in an age when there are so many new and innovative ways to provide services in a way that is both efficient and cost effective, and yet the most important service that binds us all together doesn’t seem to be getting any cheaper. Healthcare is fundamental to all of us, regardless where we live or how organized it is. Elly Kleinman, Americare president and founder, is one of the most recognized healthcare providers, with over 30 years of experience under his belt. But instead of looking for newer ways that can improve the way in which they operate, many healthcare providers are stagnating because they refuse to let go of their old ways of doing things.

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