After an immense disruption from the COVID-19 virus led to a dip in patient visits and revenue, home-based care insiders are now reporting budding signs of normalcy.
The public health crisis, of course, is far from over. But the initial panic is subsiding, patients are receiving care again and providers are gaining confidence operating in a coronavirus-dominated environment.
“Generally, I think things have started to [become] a little bit more normalized, if you can use that word in this environment,” Darby Anderson, a vice chairman for the Partnership for Medicaid Home-Based Care (PMHC), said on a recent webinar hosted by
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