Home health and hospice without interoperability is a disconnected industry that results in incomplete care, incorrect reports, and the inability to efficiently receive care details from providers. There...
Home health and hospice CEOs weigh in on the value of technology, interoperability, the challenge of staffing, getting more out of partnerships, and how to give your agency a real edge.
“When we first looked at the Brightree system, we felt it had a solid therapy platform so that our clinicians would not be frustrated trying to fit a round peg into a square hole.”
Hospice of Okeechobee’s Gail Gerntrup tells how
Brightree CEO, Matt Mellott, discusses interoperability in the post-acute space and the healthcare continuum, in this interview conducted by CommonWellTV during HIMSS 2018.
Why the right EMR technology is the remedy.
Addison County Home Health & Hospice’s Deborah Wesley tells how.
What to Watch on the Hospice Regulatory Landscape in 2018
2017 was marked by more than a new president and administration in the nation’s capital. The year also brought forth a number of new regulations...
The entire home health and hospice industry shares the same concerns – regulatory changes, recruitment and retention, competition, reimbursements, financial stability. The list is seemingly endless....
Technology is ever-changing, as are the requirements that govern the post-acute industry. Not all vendors are equal, therefore you must always look at their long-term viability, vision and track record for delivering on promises
Did you know that empowering your team with the right tools can improve clinician recruitment, retention, training and job satisfaction?
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