Bipartisan legislation was recently introduced to establish a new home health option for Medicare beneficiaries. Urge your Senators to support the Choose Home Care Act!

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The Choose Home Care Act: A Bipartisan Bill to Allow America’s Seniors to Come Home Safely after Hospitalization

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When given the choice, seniors overwhelmingly choose home health care

Imagine you’re in the hospital waiting to be discharged. You’ve come a long way since you were admitted for a serious injury like a broken hip or an illness such as pneumonia, but you still have a long road to recovery ahead.

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Congress should support at-home care

A new poll found that 94% of Medicare beneficiaries would prefer to receive post-hospital short-term health care at home, and 85% of adults say it should be a high priority for the federal government to expand Medicare coverage for home health care.

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New Poll Finds Strong Public Support for Home Health

September 21, 2021

A recent poll, conducted by Morning Consult on behalf of the Partnership, found that a majority a respondents support greater patient choice and access to home health care. The findings also highlight the importance of passing the Choose Home Care Act of 2021, which has wide support among the public and bipartisan lawmakers. The data…

The Choose Home Care Act: A New Option for Medicare Beneficiaries

August 18, 2021

Recently, the Choose Home Care Act (S. 2562), a bipartisan bill to allow more American seniors to come home safely after hospitalization, was introduced by Senators Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) and Todd Young (R-IN). This important legislation would ensure that Medicare beneficiaries have increased access to care at home following hospitalization—a needed policy change that would…

Q&A with Dr. Steven Landers on the Evolving COVID Pandemic & Vaccination Efforts

May 25, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic evolved over the past year, the home health community has worked tirelessly to protect patients, home health care providers, and the communities we serve. Now, with the focus shifted to vaccination efforts, the Partnership spoke with Dr. Steven Landers, President and CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, Inc., about…

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