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Home-Based Physical Therapy Innovations Keep Patients Moving

Home-Based Physical Therapy Innovations Keep Patients Moving

With VERA, or Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant, VNSNY is pioneering the use of new technology to expand our clinical reach and transform the field of home-based care management. Read More
Marki Flannery Named One of NYC’s “Notable Women in Health Care”

Marki Flannery Named One of NYC’s “Notable Women in Health Care”

Crain’s New York Business has selected Marki Flannery, VNSNY’s President and CEO, for its first-ever list of “Notable Women in Health Care” in the New York metropolitan area. Read More
Embedding with a Home Hospice Team

Embedding with a Home Hospice Team

In VNSNY Hospice’s Fellowship Training Program, participating fellows collaborate with team members to provide hands-on care, and to see the uniqueness of each patient. Read More
Overcoming Resistance in Patients Who Refuse Home Care

Overcoming Resistance in Patients Who Refuse Home Care

Home health care workers use interpersonal skills and professional expertise to create creating the conditions in which patients learn to take care themselves. Read More
Positioning VNSNY for the Future

Positioning VNSNY for the Future

An interview with Marki Flannery, VNSNY’s President and Chief Executive Officer Read More
Kathryn Bowles, Director of VNSNY Research Center, Receives Award

Kathryn Bowles, Director of VNSNY Research Center, Receives Award

Kathryn Bowles, RN, PhD, recently received a national award as the lead author of a paper outlining an algorithm that hospitals can use to determine which patients will benefit from referral to home care or a skilled facility. Read More
American Healthcare Leader Interviews Kerry Parker

American Healthcare Leader Interviews Kerry Parker

American Healthcare Leader calls Kerry Parker a "Risk Caretaker." Find out why in this interview. Read More
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