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There are over 10,000 skilled Medicare-Certified home care agencies in the United States employing over hundreds of thousands of skilled clinicians providing care to over 2.4 million elderlies annually. The annual turnover rate for an average home care agency is over 60 percent, with replacement costs estimated at $50k per nurse. This means Industry is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to train tens of thousands of clinicians to keep up with their current patient needs. With Baby Boomers beginning to utilize Medicare resources, demand for skilled home care clinicians is expected to grow significantly (per BLS Data ~40%) over the next decade. A robust orientation and meaningful mentorship program have been shown to be two important protective factors for nursing retention. A successful transition-to-practice helped new nurses become competent and confident in their roles and enabled organization to build a dedicated nursing staff to achieve their mission (Pennington, Gwen et. al. Home Health Nurses, Home Healthcare Now: September/October 2019 - Volume 37 - Issue 5 - p 256-264 doi:10.1097/NHH.0000000000000782) Home Healthcare Industry badly needs technological solutions that can improve the efficacy of their onboarding processes and provides help to their strained in-house training resources. The application is designed to take some of the work away from the frontline educator/management team, and it frees them to focus on agency specific onboarding requirements.

There are over 10,000 skilled Medicare-Certified home care agencies in the United States employing over hundreds of thousands of skilled clinicians providing care to over 2.4 million elderlies annually. The annual turnover rate for an average home care agency is over 60 percent, with replacement costs estimated at $50k per nurse.

This means Industry is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to train tens of thousands of clinicians to keep up with their current patient needs. With Baby Boomers beginning to utilize Medicare resources, demand for skilled home care clinicians is expected to grow significantly (per BLS Data ~40%) over the next decade.

A robust orientation and meaningful mentorship program have been shown to be two important protective factors for nursing retention. A successful transition-to-practice helped new nurses become competent and confident in their roles and enabled organization to build a dedicated nursing staff to achieve their mission (Pennington, Gwen et. al. Home Health Nurses, Home Healthcare Now: September/October 2019 – Volume 37 – Issue 5 – p 256-264 doi:10.1097/NHH.0000000000000782)

Home Healthcare Industry badly needs technological solutions that can improve the efficacy of their onboarding processes and provides help to their strained in-house training resources.

The application is designed to take some of the work away from the frontline educator/management team, and it frees them to focus on agency specific onboarding requirements.

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