Healthcare Management Solutions, LLC (HMS) welcomes Ann Kenny, MPH, BSN, RN, as our Chief Growth Officer.
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.
Handwashing is one of the best safety measures you can take to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
When our HMS teams go into facilities that care for aging veterans, they come face to face with America’s history. Every veteran is a treasure.
(HMS) subject matter experts delivered a webinar on “Quality Improvement Strategies for Surveying Infection Control” for the Association of Health Facility Survey Agencies (AHFSA).
We hear frequently how technology is the savior for an organization,
however technology isn’t the only reason High Reliability
Organizations (HROs) outperform their peers.
The VA should be commended for two recent moves to improve the lives of veterans in its facilities and in state veterans homes: bringing volunteers back into facilities and addressing recent inspection recommendations made by the U.S. GAO.
Alzheimer’s is more than a disease. It robs the person who has it of their
HMS President Leah Heimbach Talks COVID-19 and Leadership Lessons on the Positively West Virginia Podcast
“Positively West Virginia” podcast host Jim Matuga turns to Leah Heimbach, president and owner of HMS, for the latest on how the company is handling COVID-19 while continuing to serve vulnerable populations in these challenging times.
HMS was recently awarded two state contracts—one with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) and another with the Alaska Department of Health & Social Services (DHSS).
Since HMS first opened its doors 18 years ago on August 8, President Leah Heimbach and the entire HMS team have been dedicated to serving federal and state agencies that protect vulnerable populations and veterans.
Exciting news: Healthcare Management Solutions (HMS) was recently awarded two state contracts—one with the Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) and another with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.
The first months of the COVID-19 crisis in the U.S. saw tremendous confusion and mixed messages about how to keep people safe from infection.