Our latest podcast episode:
A Big Heart Drives Big Success
Owner and Director of Nursing, Acappella In Home Care
Jo started her business at her kitchen table, interviewing caregivers and private duty nurses—waiting for the phone to ring. Today, Jo has 425 employees and runs the largest independent in-home nursing and personal health care agency in Dallas. She shares her story and the secrets to her agency's impressive growth.
The Future of Home Care
Who Cares? invites you to get in on the conversation. We’re talking with innovators and thought leaders in home care and other experts along the care continuum. Let’s learn together so we can work together—and improve home care for everyone.
Recent Podcast Episodes
Golden Financial Care
Evin Ollinger, Co-Founder and CEO of Golden, is on a mission to improve the financial health of older adults. Learn how his startup is helping adult children provide financial care for their parents, protect against fraud, and find smart ways to pay for care.
Modernizing Care Management
How are today’s best care managers supporting older adults, their families, and home care agencies? Stephanie Peters, CEO and Founder of Enable Care Management, discusses how she’s redefining this service, often working directly with agencies.
Dr. Bruce Leff
Hospital at Home 2019
Dr. Bruce Leff, Director of The Center for Transformative Geriatric Research and Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, reports from the front line of geriatric healthcare, highlighting the most effective home-based care today.
Be the Expert in Your Market
Bob Roth, Managing Partner of Cypress HomeCare Solutions, has built his family’s 25-year-old home care agency into one of the most respected in Phoenix. Bob's offers advice on growing a successful agency—and his candid reaction to the Honor Care Network.
The Power of Palliative Care
“Palliative care isn't about giving up or taking away options—it's about adding an extra layer of support,” says Shirley Otis-Green, the Founder of Collaborative Caring, who is working to educate practitioners and redefine palliative care.
Mastering the Art of Recruiting
Amy Sweet, Founder and CEO of Halcyon Home based in Austin, Texas, shares her creative approach to recruiting and staffing, plus the secret to her agency’s amazing reputation and rapid growth since launching in 2012.
More Myself, And Doubling My Business
Meredith Caplin, Founder and CEO of CSS Home Care in Oakland, California, shares her experience as one of the first Honor Care Network Partners—and how she’s grown her business while improving care.
Katy Fike, PhD
Innovation, Aging, and Technology
Katy Fike, co-founder of Aging2.0, a global startup innovation network, and founding partner of Generator Ventures, shares her take on key trends and the most exciting companies to watch in the senior care space.
Dr. Noah Marco
Innovative L.A. Jewish Home
Dr. Noah Marco, Chief Medical Officer at Los Angeles Jewish Home, discusses new innovations in care and what's needed most to improve post-acute care and ongoing wellness for older adults along the care continuum.
Home Care Sales Success
Home care sales made simple—and successful. Melanie Stover, President and Co-Founder of Home Care Sales, shares her sales training expertise and tips for home care agency owners and reps looking to up their sales game.
Meet Our Co-Hosts
Cameron is the Editorial and Content Director at Honor and also the producer and co-host of the Who Cares? podcast. As a creative lead on the Marketing team, she is Honor’s brand voice police, drives content strategy, and writes a ton of copy. After hours, Cameron is working on a new novel, The Caregivers.
Randy is the VP of Sales and Partnerships at Honor and co-host of the Who Cares? podcast. Prior to his current role leading Honor’s partnerships team for the Southwest region, Randy led the sales organization for the Honor Home Care agency. Randy lives with his adorable family in San Mateo—and does a crazy-good Elvis impersonation.