Clinician Satisfaction- The Missing Target in the Triple Aim Whitepaper
We have all heard of the Triple Aim of healthcare. Created by the IHI (Institute for Healthcare Improvement), it has been embraced as a guide to optimize healthcare systems. With aging populations and increased longevity, coupled with chronic health problems, new demands are being put on medical and social services. The Triple Aim is now at the center of many initiatives geared toward addressing these issues.
While a powerful target, there is a key focus is missing from the Triple Aim: Clinician satisfaction. Enhancing clinicians’ experience should be a fourth dimension.
This White Paper goes into detail how agencies can target higher satisfaction, and gives specific tactics. From employee benefits and hiring to easy to use home health software with point of care, you’ll see ideas your agency will be able to implement easily.
Selecting the Best Software for Your Home Health Agency Whitepaper
If you’re in the market for new software, this guide is a great place to start to select the best home health and hospice software for your agency. There is no best one-size-fits- all software out there, and there is much to consider- From resources to company culture and beyond. There are a lot of choices out there.
Does your current software require numerous updates that drain resources or disrupt care? Is it a “web-based” solution that hasn’t grown with your or kept up with the industry? Is your software home-grown, but becoming difficult to manage? Has your vendor failed to deliver on functionality you were expecting? Many agencies use their software only for home health scheduling and billing. Some aren’t able to launch point-of-care documentation successfully while others have reported major work-arounds to successfully operate their agencies. This paper explores all the aspects you need to examine in order to select the right software for your agency or organization.
Value Based Purchasing in Home Health Whitepaper
In today’s ever-changing world of healthcare, home health agencies have become accustomed to evolving their business models, and everyday operations, to remain compliant and improve reimbursements. One recently implemented program from the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Home Health Value Based Purchasing (HH-VBP), aims to help achieve better health, better care and lower costs. Home health agencies can expect a shift in Medicare reimbursement rates over the life of the program. Have questions? We have answers. The following guide will walk you through HH-VBP and how you can prepare for success.
Secure Communication in Healthcare Whitepaper
Home health and hospice agencies need to better understand the security threats related to using mobile devices, and implement mobile device security best practices. They also need to partner with a software vendor that provides a secure text messaging platform within their electronic medical record (EMR) application. The secure text messaging platform allows effective collaboration that helps ensure patients receive the best coordinated care possible, leading to higher reimbursement payments for the agency.
DeVero, Inc. is a cloud-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) company that provides a HIPAA-compliant, highly-scalable and unique intelligent data capture, management and integration solution for healthcare companies. This 100% online service makes it easy for home healthcare agencies, hospice agencies, private duty companies, therapy groups, and other healthcare businesses to go paperless. Companies use DeVero to transition from paper to electronic documentation in order to overcome their paper overload, streamline their operations, improve cash flow, and provide visibility and management of their operations from any place at any time using any device with an industry-standard web browser…
Is Syncing Sinking Your Agency? Whitepaper
Software that requires downloads and database syncing is not capable of real-time updating or sharing, forcing providers and staff to put patients at risk if using outdated medical records during care visits. Data that is out of date, is delayed in being electronically recorded, or is recorded incorrectly directly impacts care delivery. Delays in updating documentation can actually create further interruptions in providing care, processing orders, or processing reimbursements.