matt.auman@homecentris.com

About Matt Auman

Matt Auman is a founding principal of HomeCentris Healthcare and its Chief Executive Officer. He is responsible for directing the leadership team of the HomeCentris companies as well as developing and executing the longer term strategic vision. Before forming HomeCentris to focus on home-based healthcare, Mr. Auman was in the post-acute and skilled nursing industry where he served as a founding principal and the Chief Operating Officer for Encore Healthcare, LLC, a multi-state skilled nursing and specialty hospital provider. Prior to joining Encore, Mr. Auman was a founding principal and Vice President of Development for Monarch Properties, a health care real estate company with over 30 properties. Mr. Auman directed the company’s merger and acquisition efforts and private equity investments on behalf of Monarch’s outside investors. Mr. Auman started his career at the First National Bank of Maryland where he was a commercial lender. He later transitioned to the healthcare industry by joining Integrated Health Services, serving in many M&A and real estate roles. He received his undergraduate business degree in Finance and Marketing from the University of Richmond and his Masters of Business Administration from Loyola College in Maryland. Mr. Auman is a Board member for the Maryland National Capital Homecare Association (“MNCHA”) and chairs its Legislative Committee. He lives in Catonsville, Maryland.

HomeCentris Spirit Week ’23

2023-02-06T16:29:58-05:00

IT’S HOMECENTRIS SPIRIT WEEK!! Monday February 6, 2023 - Friday February 10, 2023 This week, HomeCentris office staff is celebrating its annual Spirit Week.  What a fun way to get to know your co-workers. Monday - HomeCentris Colors Day (Blue and white) Wear the HomeCentris colors or your HomeCentris swag! Tuesday - Phone a friend!  Office staff will call [...]

HomeCentris Spirit Week ’232023-02-06T16:29:58-05:00

Avoiding Caregiver Burnout

2023-01-26T11:49:51-05:00

Avoiding Caregiver Burnout Adapted from an article on AARP.com Taking care of a loved one who has dementia, physical disabilities or other age-related conditions makes demands on your time, energy, and emotions — demands that, as the Cleveland Clinic warns, “can easily seem overwhelming.”  Avoiding caregiver burnout is essential to maintaining your good health and [...]

Avoiding Caregiver Burnout2023-01-26T11:49:51-05:00

When Should Family Apply for Medicaid

2023-01-12T17:10:31-05:00

When Should Family Apply for Medicaid for a Loved One? Get to know the program basics before an emergency occurs By Amanda Singleton Imagine your parent or spouse has had a fall or a stroke and is hospitalized. Usually, the following days and weeks are spent getting him or her stable, talking to family and [...]

When Should Family Apply for Medicaid2023-01-12T17:10:31-05:00

Paid to Be a Family Caregiver

2023-01-24T17:27:27-05:00

Can I Be Paid to Be a Family Caregiver? Medicaid and veterans programs can help alleviate the financial burden of family caregiving Adapted from an article by AARP Caregiving for a family member can be time-consuming and emotionally draining. It can be financially draining, too.  About 48 million Americans provide care without pay to [...]

Paid to Be a Family Caregiver2023-01-24T17:27:27-05:00

Department of Labor Targeting Home Care Agencies

2022-10-16T17:49:54-04:00

Department of Labor Targeting Home Care Agencies Caregivers, is your current agency misclassifying you as an independent contractor rather than a W2 employee?  In a recent announcement, the US Department of Labor is targeting home care agencies that misclassify their caregivers as independent contractors.  This misclassification deprives you of your federal labor protections, including your [...]

Department of Labor Targeting Home Care Agencies2022-10-16T17:49:54-04:00
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