Denise and her guests, Susan Rowe and Anne Tumlinson of Daughterhood.org, discuss what's new in our business of caregiving. During today's podcast, the three ponder this question: How will the home care and hospice space change?
Anne Tumlinson founded Daughterhood and is also a long-time researcher and aging expert in Washington, DC. She has worked for many years on improving how we pay for and provide care to the nation’s most frail older adults and their caregivers.
Susan Rowe joined Daughterhood at its inception in January 2015. She brings her natural gift for empathy to bare in her current role as Daughterhood Programs Coordinator, where she works forming and supporting daughterhood circles and their group of awesome volunteer leaders from Florida to Los Angeles
To learn more about our discussion, you can read the following articles:
Let's talk about Honor's pivot: https://homehealthcarenews.com/2018/05/honor-raises-50-million-to-target-hundreds-of-new-partners/
and Humana's entree into hospice: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/22/health/hospice-humana-private-equity.html?smid=tw-nythealth&smtyp=cur