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Home-Based Care Providers See Staffing Tailwinds from Inflation, Travel Nursing Decrease

January 1, 1970

The staffing situation has been dire in home-based care for a long time, but there could finally be tailwinds slowly gaining momentum at providers’ backs.

There is an increasing amount of evidence suggesting that the home health and home care labor markets could get a boost from two somewhat unexpected types of workers: sidelined ones returning to their respective fields and travel or contract nurses finally looking to find a home.

That evidence is both data-driven and anecdotal.

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