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Synonyms for home

at home: in

familiar with

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  • familiar with
  • experienced in
  • skilled in
  • proficient in
  • conversant with
  • au fait with
  • knowledgeable of
  • well-versed in

bring something home to someone

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hit home

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home in on something or someone

Synonyms for home

a building or shelter where one lives

the natural environment of an animal or plant

an institution that provides care and shelter

of or relating to the family or household

of, from, or within a country's own territory

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where you live at a particular time

the country or state or city where you live

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(baseball) base consisting of a rubber slab where the batter stands

the place where you are stationed and from which missions start and end

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place where something began and flourished

an environment offering affection and security

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an institution where people are cared for

provide with, or send to, a home

return home accurately from a long distance

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used of your own ground

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inside the country

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for instance, recently offered its shoppers 25% off the entire line of Carex home health care products from Apex-Carex Healthcare.
Others, however, have chosen to set these products apart from the more traditional home health care items, placing them adjacent to products that are usually seen as complementary, including analgesics and hot/cold packs.
The drug chain recently expanded its presence in the home health care market with the acquisition of selected assets of Sunrise, Fla.
The remaining outlets, which are all within a few miles of the stores with full home health care departments, carry a much smaller selection but can obtain products for consumers in just a few hours, according to Lipsyc.
While looking to create a point of difference for their stores in a category whose future is certain to see rapidly increasing demand, many members of the trade class are reluctant to make too great a commitment to home health care because of its slow turns, large inventory requirements and the space problems caused by the sheer size of some of the products.
A MedMax spokesman says the chain currently has no plans to open additional units, and those involved in the home health care business note that the store closings underscore the obstacles to the category's growth.
Apart from the 10 specialty outlets operating under the name Shoppers Drug Mart Home Health Care Centre, all 810 of the company's conventional drug stores have a home health care section that surpasses what most members of the trade class offer.
Manor Care also operates approximately 95 outpatient rehabilitation clinics, an acute care hospital and 80 home health care offices.
What seems certain, however, is that demand for home health care products and services will increase significantly in coming years.
Responding to a patient's request for a $20,000 custom-made wheelchair might prove somewhat difficult for a large drug chain; it would seem to be an impossible task for a small retailer - unless it was the home health care unit of Lewis Drugs.
Bristol-Myers Squibb's SECURE THE FUTURE programs have included the training of home health care workers to bring life sustaining programs into rural communities.
Through its continuing emphasis on home health care and its contacts with local physicians, Horton & Converse Pharmacies has managed to carve out a solid niche in the highly competitive marketplace in southern California.
Home health care continues to be quite the buzz phrase in all areas of health care--from clinical to retail settings.
Committee on the Role of Human Factors in Home Health Care
The workshop consisted of nine presentations--not necessarily representative of consensus conclusions or recommendations but focused instead on the identification of key ideas, themes, and considerations--that address issues associated with the types of people who receive and provide home health care, tools and technologies involved in the delivery of home health care, and the physical and social environment in which home health care occurs.
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