One of the biggest fears people have about entering their senior years is that they’ll be placed and forgotten in a nursing home. Many hold an image of those nursing homes as places of substandard care that warehouse people with failing bodies and fading minds.
The vital work of protecting vulnerable populations often takes collaboration. Healthcare Management Solutions, LLC (HMS) has many years of experience serving as both a prime and subcontractor. We’re interested in selectively and strategically partnering with other companies that embrace our values, that complement our capabilities, and that share our passion for improving quality of care and IT efficiency for our clients and their end-users.
Welcome to the Healthcare Management Solutions, LLC (HMS) blog, which features posts on a helpful array of topics, from infection control and healthcare surveys to veterans healthcare, and healthcare tips, plus other tips for health and wellness.
2022 marks the 20th year of Healthcare Management Solutions, LLC (HMS), which has been working ever since its founding to protect vulnerable seniors, veterans and others who rely on healthcare and long-term care facilities.
As Healthcare Management Solutions, LLC (HMS) turns 20 this year, we have chosen to donate a total of $20,000 — $1,000 each — to 20 amazing charitable organizations that likewise help vulnerable populations who are in need.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) reclassified Healthcare Management Solutions, LLC (HMS) as a small business for 2022. The change occurred when the SBA modified its revenue-based small business size standards in 16 North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) sectors.
Healthcare Management Solutions, LLC (HMS) recently gathered stakeholders, customers and team members together at the Merriweather Lakehouse Hotel in Columbia, Maryland, for a morning of valuable learning, panel discussions, and networking.
PTSD Awareness Day is dedicated to recognizing and supporting those living with PTSD. The condition used to be called “combat fatigue” and “shell shock.” But veterans aren’t the only people who experience PTSD. Anyone can. The most common causes include combat exposure, childhood physical abuse, sexual violence, physical assault, being threatened with a weapon, and vehicular accidents.
Federal and state agencies rely on Healthcare Management Solutions, LLC (HMS) to ensure that healthcare and long-term-care (LTC) facilities across the United States and its territories are meeting performance standards. HMS support agencies in meeting those important requirements that ultimately protect vulnerable populations.
Nurses are the backbone of the healthcare system and play a vital role in supporting the health of our communities and vulnerable populations. Nurses work with patients and families to treat illnesses and injuries, prevent disease, and help them maintain optimal health.
Health disparities continue to affect racial and ethnic minority populations across the United States, which is a major problem that deserves urgent attention. During National Minority Health Month, it’s crucial to raise awareness about this issue and work toward actionable solutions to reduce disparities and improve health equity.
When end stage renal disease (ESRD) care providers submit a claim to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) for reimbursement, they also have to submit data on their adherence to quality measures to show they are complying with CMS standards for delivering safe, high-quality care to dialysis patients.
Healthcare Management Solutions (HMS) Awarded Two Major Contracts in New Mexico and Washington State
Exciting news: Healthcare Management Solutions, LLC (HMS) was recently awarded two state contracts to conduct surveys — one with the New Mexico Department of Health and another with the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services (DSHG).
How do you navigate the difficult decisions when determining how to care for a senior loved one? It’s not an easy task. There are often obstacles to caring for a loved one at home, including a lack of access to some resources. So, deciding between providing care at home versus choosing a long-term care facility can be extremely stressful.