Senior Home Care Offices Recognized by 2010 HomeCare Elite

CLEARWATER, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Senior Home Care, the leading provider of home health care solutions throughout Florida and Louisiana, today announced that more than half of its offices in Florida have been named to the 2010 HomeCare Elite, a collection of the top home health agencies in the United States. Now in its fifth year, the HomeCare Elite identifies the top 25 percent of home health agencies in the United States and further highlights the top 100 and top 500 agencies overall. Winners are ranked by an analysis of performance measures in quality outcomes, quality improvement, and financial performance.

Many of the Florida offices awarded are previous winners, including Port St. Lucie, Boynton Beach, Fort Walton, Miami Lakes and Sunrise.

“The 2010 HomeCare Elite winners continue to demonstrate a commitment to providing their patients with the best possible care while performing at the highest level,” said Amanda Twiss, CEO of OCS HomeCare, the leading provider of homecare information. “We congratulate Senior Home Care on being one of the top home care agencies in the country. In addition, we salute all forward-thinking providers who are already working on measuring and improving their performance using OASIS-C outcomes and process measures and HH-CAHPS results. This important data will also be used in identifying the HomeCare Elite in the future.”

“We are proud of each of the offices that attained this high industry honor,” said Robert Fusco, Chief Executive Officer of Senior Home Care. “It shows an extraordinary amount of expertise, commitment and compassion that our clinicians have for the patients we serve.”

The 2010 HomeCare Elite is the only performance recognition of its kind in the home health industry. The 2010 HomeCare Elite is brought to the industry by OCS HomeCare, the leading provider of homecare information, and DecisionHealth, publisher of homecare’s most respected independent newsletter Home Health Line. The data used for this analysis were compiled from publicly available information. The entire list of the 2010 HomeCare Elite agencies can be viewed by visiting the OCS HomeCare website at

About Senior Home Care

Senior Home Care, Inc., through its divisions, Med Tech Services, Senior Home Care and Synergy Home Care, has been treating seniors throughout Florida and Louisiana with quality home health care services for more than 15 years. More than 50,000 seniors are treated each year with personalized home care programs created by their physician and certified nurses and specialists from Senior Home Care. Each patient is treated with the compassion they deserve and the skills they need to live independently for as long as possible. Visit us at

About OCS HomeCare

As the industry leader in benchmarking, reporting and analytics, OCS HomeCare empowers home health and hospice organizations with results-driven data intelligence, plus the largest and most accurate comparative database. Homecare providers, payers, associations, government agencies, vendors, and consultants all turn to OCS HomeCare to elevate decision-making, raise the bar on results, and bring home positive outcomes. For more information about OCS HomeCare, please visit or call 888.325.3396.

About DecisionHealth®

For more than 30 years, DecisionHealth has served as the industry’s leading source for news, analysis and instructional guidance with cutting-edge information sources such as Home Health Line, OASIS-C & Outcomes Solutions and Diagnosis Coding Pro for Home Health. Our unique blend of award-winning staff journalists and unmatched access to health care executives, providers, healthcare organization managers and their revenue-cycle staffs enables us to provide solutions, tools and guidance that’s relied on by nearly 100,000 home health care and specialty physician practice professionals. For more information, please visit or call 877.602.3835.


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