Posts in REUNIONCare
Staying Connected While We are Apart
Who’s On First? Today’s Caregiving Crisis
  • Caregivers, both present and former, know that we need serious policy reform today. The heavy economic, physical and emotional burdens of our broken caregiving system today are no laughing matter.

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Top Five Priorities for the CMS Post Acute Care Market

The keystones to senior care today are  the post acute care providers.  CMS latest changes clearly emphasize the role of Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF), Assisted Living Facilities (ALF) and Home Health in post acute and chronic care management.  Now starts the anguishing process of creating a coherent connected care encompassing all the above players with the consumer interests front and center.  Today, no two of the above silos use information from the same source or exchange them on the same or similar information system. The new incentives have the post acute care industry scrambling to compete for better reimbursement for their services.  

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Four Summertime Hazards for Senior Adults

Summertime - sun, fun, water sports, picnics, family vacations for most of us.


Summertime for a senior adult with multiple chronic conditions means new challenges for caregivers to add to their radar.  REUNIONCare’s Dr. Ozzie Ahmed reminds us to look out for these  summertime hazards:  

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Top Five Indicators that Caregiving is a Public Health Crisis

Yesterday REUNIONCare, along with the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay and AARP Florida, sponsored the Florida Caregiving Conference - Empowering Caregivers.  What an amazing gathering of caregivers, thought leaders and care providers in one room focusing on this crisis.   Our communities need to face the challenges of the shortage of trained and willing caregivers in our ranks.  Here are the top five crisis  indicators:

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