Monthly Archive: March 2016

Enteral Newsletter

Enteral Nutrition Support Newsletter – GROW Pediatric Program Edition

Don’t miss the latest Enteral Newsletter with important information from Shield HealthCare’s Registered Dietitians!

Aimee Sharp
Frequently Asked Ostomy Questions

Top 10 Ostomy FAQs

Answers to frequently asked ostomy questions like traveling and intimacy with an ostomy, how to tell people about it and the best time to change your bag.

Laura Cox, LPC

Prepare for the IMPACT Act – Quality Reporting Starts in October

Two years have passed since the IMPACT Act made quality reporting federal law. Is your business ready for this year's deadlines?

Sarah McIlvaine
Famous People with Ostomies

Famous People with Ostomies

If you have an ostomy, you're in good company! Here's a list of twelve famous people with ostomies that may surprise you. Read on:

Laura Cox, LPC

Egg Nutrition is Hard to Beat

Eggs may be better for you than you think.

Aimee Sharp
patient satisfaction surveys

HHA Patient Satisfaction Surveys Are Now Public

On January 28th 2016, CMS loaded past patient satisfaction surveys to their comparison website. Will the change cause home health stars to rise or fall? 

Sarah McIlvaine
children with special needs

Support for Families of Children with Special Needs

Caring for children with special needs is rewarding, yet challenging. Join our online support network of families and experts for support and guidance.

Amy Long Carrera, MS, RD, CNSC, CWCMS
End of Life decisions

Making End of Life Decisions: Webinar Video and Supplemental Material

Here you can find the video of our webinar, "“Making End of Life Decisions: A Planning Checklist," presented by Jane McNamara, ESQ.

Aimee Sharp

Treating Incontinence in Women with Osteoporosis

In this article originally published by the New York Times, read how a study that has found a way to help women with both incontinence and osteoporosis.

Aimee Sharp
how to use an intermittent catheter

10 Steps to Self-Catheterization

With intermittent catheters, you have the freedom to choose when and where to empty your bladder. Here are 10 steps on how to use an intermittent catheter.

Laura Cox, LPC
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