corecubed works with some incredible partners! We view our partners as an extension of our team, playing an integral role in our development and growth. We are proud to have aligned with leading businesses that represent a diverse range of solutions and services within the aging care industry.
Arrow Solutions’ home care software system helps agencies improve client management, streamline scheduling and billing and payroll, and stay compliant. With a strong background in both the home care and software industries, Arrow Solutions’ vision is to be the “go-to” solution for home health care agencies looking to simplify their day-to-day operational complexities
Axxess is a home health technology company with roots firmly embedded in consulting and software development. Axxess is a leader in providing integrated software that allows home health agencies to efficiently run their businesses and serves clients nationwide.
Caring.com is the leading online destination for information about how to care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones. Caring.com’s aging care experts help equip family caregivers to make better decisions, save time and money, and feel less alone — and less stressed — as they face the many challenges of caregiving.
ClearCare home care software is an all-encompassing web-based solution, helping home care agencies focus on what’s important: providing better care. ClearCare’s web and mobile platform for scheduling, integrated telephony, two-way caregiver messaging, and marketing makes the business of home care administration intuitive, efficient, and paper-free.
For over 25 years, DecisionHealth has served as the industry’s leading source for news, analysis and instructional guidance. DecisionHealth offers more than 50 independent newsletters, books and websites that help readers make the best decisions on issues affecting the business operations of home care and other healthcare operations. In addition to their publications, DecisionHealth also sponsors many professional seminars, conferences and expos.
Founded in 2002, the Home Care Association of America is the nation’s first association for providers of non-medical private duty home care. The HCAOA represents more than 1,300 member organizations and over 300,000 employees throughout the United States providing private pay in-home care services for the elderly and disabled.
The Home Care Association of Florida is a non-profit association dedicated to serving Florida home care providers and their vendors. HCAF exists to provide representation, communication and advocacy for these providers, and to give them the information they need to deliver high quality, cost effective services to patients and clients in their home.
Home Care Pulse is the leading satisfaction management firm in the home care industry. Home Care Pulse provides agencies with detailed data that helps them provide better services for clients, as well as better work environments that allow them to recruit and retain quality caregivers.
The Illinois HomeCare & Hospice Council (IHHC) represents home care and hospice agencies that provide care to Illinois residents, companies that serve those agencies, and other state and federal organizations that have an interest in home care.
The Institute for Professional Care Education (IPCed) is an e-learning company that provides engaging training programs, certification classes, and webinars to aging care professionals to help train managers, administrators, and care staff in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
The team at Kenyon HomeCare Consulting works with Medicare-certified home health, hospice, private pay, and other home health care companies and entities to help them discover their strengths, develop tools to encourage growth, and increase stability.
myCNAjobs.com offers a suite of recruitment tools to help healthcare companies recruit Companions, CNAs, and HHAs. Empowering small businesses to large Fortune 500 healthcare systems to fuel their recruitments nationwide. Tools include a growing caregiver marketplace, job postings, career fairs, and interview booking. Access a trial and learn more about myCNAjobs.com/hire.
The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is a nonprofit organization that represents the nation’s 33,000 home care and hospice organizations. Additionally, NAHC advocates for the more than two million nurses, therapists, aides and other caregivers who provide in-home care to some 12 million Americans each year who are infirm, chronically ill, and disabled. Along with its advocacy, NAHC provides information to help its members maintain the highest quality of care and is committed to excellence in every respect.
The Pennsylvania Homecare Association (PHA) is a state trade association representing more than 700 organizations that provide care and support to individuals in their own homes. Through its members, PHA promotes and advances bringing care home.