Homecare Homebase Adds Hosparus Health to Growing Hospice Roster
Homecare Homebase (HCHB) the nation’s leader in mobile home health and hospice software has become the EMR solution for Hosparus Health, a not-for-profit hospice and palliative care provider serving over 8,000 patients and families throughout Kentucky and Indiana.
Dallas, TX – Homecare Homebase (HCHB) the nation’s leader in mobile home health and hospice software has become the EMR solution for Hosparus Health, a not-for-profit hospice and palliative care provider serving over 8,000 patients and families throughout Kentucky and Indiana.
Hosparus Health had been looking for a user-friendly system to streamline documentation and offer greater efficiencies for clinicians working at the point of care—wherever a patient calls home. HCHB’s mobile cloud-based solution, PointCare, will allow Hosparus Health to deliver care to patients and families in a compliant, secure, real time and cost effective manner.
Phil Marshall, President and CEO of Hosparus Health said the company clearly saw the need for rapidly advancing technology in an industry with increasing regulation and complex “pay for performance” documentation. “One of the things we’re extremely excited about with HCHB is the numerous interface opportunities that will allow our systems to seamlessly talk with each other” said Marshall. “Compliance and quality reporting is critical for us – and we’ll now have better access to real-time reports on a daily basis. We also look forward to much needed dashboards that will allow for timely communication related to operations, maximizing our ability to make informed organizational decisions.”
Homecare Homebase President Scott Decker said the company is constantly enhancing its software to maximize the power of analytics and better understand the complex data in today’s home health and hospice environment. “From streamlined scheduling, workflow and billing to improved staffing and retention, we’re doing everything possible to offer smart data solutions so agencies can spend less time on paperwork and more time with patients.” Hosparus Health included staff at various levels in the organization in the selection process and has been meeting with team members to review current processes and share best practices before implementation begins. According to Marshall, “We had positive staff feedback after the initial on-site demo – especially from others who have used the HCHB solution at previous organizations. We think most people are positive about the change – and we look forward to working closely with the local team in HCHB’s Louisville office.
About Hosparus Health
Since 1978 Hosparus Health, a fully–accredited not-for-profit hospice and palliative care organization, has provided medical care, grief counseling, pain management and much more for people facing serious and life-limiting illnesses in Kentucky and Indiana. Hosparus Health has over 700 employees and 700 volunteers who care for more than 8,000 patients and families every year.
About Homecare Homebase, LLC
Homecare Homebase (HCHB) is a Dallas-based software leader offering hosted, cloud-based solutions to streamline operations, simplify compliance and boost clinical and financial outcomes for homecare and hospice agencies. Our customized mobile solutions enable real-time, wireless data exchange and communication between field clinicians, physicians and office staff for better care, more accurate reporting and faster payment. Founded by industry veterans in 1999, the company is now part of the Hearst Health Network. For more information visit hchb.com or call us toll-free at 1-866-535-HCHB (4242).
About Hearst Health
The mission of Hearst Health is to help guide the most important care moments by delivering vital information into the hands of everyone who touches a person’s health journey. Each year in the U.S., care guidance from Hearst Health reaches 85 percent of discharged patients, 205 million insured individuals, 77 million home health visits and 3.2 billion dispensed prescriptions. The Hearst Health network includes FDB (First Databank), Zynx Health, MCG, Homecare Homebase, MHK (formerly MedHOK—Medical House of Knowledge) and Hearst Health Ventures (www.hearsthealth.com). Hearst also holds a minority interest in the precision medicine and oncology analytics company M2Gen. Follow Hearst Health on Twitter @HearstHealth or LinkedIn @Hearst-Health.