Choosing a Quality HHA or Hospice EMR
The investment in a new EMR is huge, and the challenge of choosing a quality home health or hospice EMR can be daunting. For home health and hospice providers looking for a quality solution, it might be hard to know how—and where–to start.
A quality EMR can be an invaluable tool in the ongoing effort to increase patient satisfaction for hospice and home health agencies. It can impact staff satisfaction and retention, quality of care, and your agency’s bottom line.
In-patient hospice services bring many benefits to patients, including the ability to easily transition from one care setting to another. However, the logistics of integrating the administrative responsibilities of a hospice service into the larger organization’s workflow can present several challenges. In many cases, integration requires moving from paper to an electronic medical record solution….
January 1 is just weeks away, and HHAs need to be ready. OASIS-D includes more changes to address the IMPACT Act, with the focus on standardization, integration, and interoperability
Stafﬁng issues are a top concern for home health and hospice agencies. Attracting and retaining qualiﬁed, quality staff is an ongoing challenge in an increasingly competitive workforce environment.
The benefits of socialization have been well documented, but the risk of social isolation is much higher in seniors and can lead to negative outcomes.
EHR solutions have evolved steadily over the years, creating efficiencies for providers and making care safer for patients.
Aging in place is a scenario in which a person lives in the residence of his or her choice with access to needed health services for as long as possible.
Many providers are facing payment holds due to untimely cost report submissions.
Home health agencies must plan for OASIS-D changes in advance, or risk financial penalty.