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Top Trends in Home Care for 2019

  • Jan 6, 2019
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 1-min Read

In many ways, 2018 was a coming of age for the home care industry, as it steadily became recognized as a key part of the overall continuum of care due to its ability to keep older adults safely at home and out of the hospital.

Among the biggest changes to home care in 2018: the fact that federal policymakers will allow some non-skilled in-home care services under the Medicare Advantage (MA) program starting next year.

Read on for how Lifespark is mentioned in the top trends in home care to watch…

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