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Monthly Archives: September 2013

What Are the Differences Among Home Healthcare, In-Home Care and Hospice Care?

Written on September 24, 2013 at 4:13 pm, by

Recently my colleague, Alan Hille, wrote a blog post about the risks associated with owning a home healthcare agency. He outlined the unique risks associated with administering clinical care in a non-medical environment. That reminded me that there is often misunderstanding about the types of care people receive in their home. I thought we might  Continue Reading »

Michele Tran

Written on September 24, 2013 at 4:00 pm, by

Michele Tran is a Production Underwriter for Ultra Risk Advisors She started her insurance career working for retail agents in account management roles. Most recently, she has served as production underwriter at several binding authority and underwriting brokerage facilities in Houston including Bunker Hill Agency, Myron F. Stevens Agency, U.S. Risk and, most recently, IMS  Continue Reading »

Primary Care by Telemedicine May Play a Much Larger Role in Healthcare in the Future

Written on September 16, 2013 at 5:13 pm, by

As expected, there are a tremendous amount of changes taking place in healthcare right now as the Affordable Care Act goes into effect. Patient home, accountable care organization (ACO) and other clinical integration models are top of mind these days. And with these changes there are bound to be new potential risks to be considered.  Continue Reading »