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HomeCare Today
formerly HomeCare Monday
Monday, June 11, 2018


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Pharmacy Gag Rules
Consumers may be paying too much for prescription drugs, yet pharmacists can’t tell them. Gag rules, enforced by pharmacy benefits managers, limit what pharmacists are able to say about cash price versus insurance co-pay. The Star Tribune has more.


Survey Says
A recent survey conducted by The Eisner Foundation and Generations United found that 92 percent of Americans want multi-generational activities. Americans believe these activities can reduce loneliness across all ages. Read more at HomeCare.



Refresh Your HIPAA Knowledge
Refresh Your HIPAA Knowledge
Understanding the HIPAA regulations isn’t easy, but this article presents some suggestions to get you started in the right direction. Learn how to conduct a risk assessment for your business and more.


Unconventional Methods in Care
Unconventional Methods in Care
At a time when compromising on costs or care is simply not an option, health care providers and organizations must seek innovative solutions to ensure that health systems, payers and patients succeed together. This HomeCare article covers two examples of collaboration and partnership.



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Industry Insights
Hospital Safety Improves  
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New Supplier Tracking Methods  
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