Adding Care Management to Homecare Gives Clients Path to Hope
Adding geriatric care management to homecare allows new clients to understand the solutions and path to hope you bring beyond home care. This offers buy-in into your agency, customer satisfaction, and trust in your service; thus, I hope the elder care problem can be solved.
In the care planning process, a geriatric care manager is vital to families, particularly in the early stages of caregiving. Most families do not understand the needs and problems of the older adult or the costs associated with these options. They are under terrible stress because they feel out of control. The care manager will explain the problems, solutions, and costs at a one-to-one care planning meeting. This makes new families and clients feel in control and have hope, which is vital to keeping the case long-term. GCM becomes their trusted guide.
A geriatric care manager sorts all the problems in the case and comes up with important solutions in a care plan; they use that to explain what is needed for the client. She/He is very much like a detective- a professional Sherlock Holmes, solving the case for a very confused, desperate family.
Adding Care Management To Homecare offers Education, Training, and Experience.
Adding care management to homecare and providing a care plan and opportunity for discussion and buy-in among family members is critical in educating, initiating, modifying, or continuing PDHC services. Instead of an agency, the client bonds with the care manager and builds a 1-1 relationship that is long-lasting and puts a face on an agency.
The key is a highly trained, experienced, certified geriatric care manager, not a staff member who is called a care manager but has no training. Since the care managers added to the homecare bill per hour, this multi-faceted professional will pay for her/his salary many times and allow you to bill for what you have been doing for free.
Creating a care plan is not just an art- it is a skill that takes education, training, and experience.
Webinar-Why Merge Home Care and Care Management
When-March 19 2024-2 PM -3:30 PM PST
Money is the first and most important reason to merge care management with home care. You will be able to capture billable hours that you and now giving away for free. The second reason to add care management to home care is market positioning. Clients will choose your agency if you offer this merger and competitors do not. A third reason is that a care manager is perfect for introducing home care to family caregivers. Care Managers sit with the family and review the geriatric assessment and care plan they created for the client. Last, this 1-1 care manager meeting introduces a concierge guide through the labyrinth of caregiving, showing exactly what homecare plus care management will do to solve the client’s problems, increase their quality of life, and offer relief to the sometimes-desperate family members. Find out more by signing up for this free webinar.
How this merger creates more Profit for both Care Management and Home Care
The Advantages of Merging Home Care and Care Management
Competition Survey to make third parties and Adult Children Choose you
Co-branding the merged agencies.
Technology for both home care and care management
Co-locating both staff.
Marketing Merged care manager home care.
Critical Success Factors for the Success of the Merger