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How to Stay Healthy Despite Being Stuck at Home

The COVID-19 outbreak has changed peoples’ daily routines around the globe. Work, school, and other activities are carried within their homes. Social distancing was challenging enough, add to that are quarantines and threats of lockdown depending on each country. Good thing enough, caregivers already stay within their clients’ homes. As a Home Care Accreditation Consultant, … Continue reading



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Healthcare Workers Amid COVID-19

While millions of people around the world stay at home for safety, healthcare workers are doing the opposite. They serve as the front-liners to fight the pandemic. They go to the healthcare facilities they’re assigned to, putting themselves at a higher risk of COVID-19 over time. Despite the safety measures, the mortality rate of healthcare … Continue reading



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How Healthcare Businesses Benefit from Mystery Shopping

Most businesses use mystery shopping to secretly determine the performance quality of their employees. A well-known method, but it’s the best way of collecting unbiased results or feedback on how their staff members interact with the customers. The feedback from mystery shoppers, either negative or positive, contributes to improving customer experience. It measures how businesses … Continue reading



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Launching Flagship Products for Healthcare Entrepreneurs

For healthcare entrepreneurs, claiming their flagship product is a major milestone. However, the pathway for marketing such products is at risk for various pitfalls. This is exactly why you can benefit from a Healthcare Accreditation Consulting in New Jersey. We hand you quick and span solutions for starting up those ideas and thereby ensure your … Continue reading



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Regulation/Classification of Health Care Agencies

One of the challenges which healthcare agencies face today involves the classification and certification of staff and the nature of business. In terms of employee certification, there is plenty of confusion about certified nurses and aides as most of them may only undergo a non-standardized training program implemented by the company that hires them. With … Continue reading



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