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Clinical Documentation

Key Performance Indicators: The Power of Data in Home Care

By AlayaCare / September 1, 2022

To those who are not executives or data analysts, key performance indicators (KPIs) are an out-of-focus business term that is easier to avoid than to understand. But the reality is that KPIs are an everyman’s tool and are only as useful as employees outside the data world understand them — and see how their efforts…

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Home Infusion Therapy… Without the Paperwork

By AlayaCare / July 25, 2022

For patients with conditions that require medication to be infused by needle or catheter, staying at home for treatment is optimal. Not only is it more comfortable and more manageable for them, but infusion-based treatments in hospitals and outpatient clinics — particularly for those who suffer from chronic disease — is an unsustainable expense that…

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How Technology Can Help Eliminate Home Care Employee Churn

By AlayaCare / July 5, 2022

Across the United States, 16 percent of residents are over the age of 65 — and by 2060, it’s expected that one in four Americans will be in the retirement zone. This aging society presents challenges and opportunities across a wide swath of industries and sectors. It’s hard to imagine a market more invested in…

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Value-Based Purchasing and the Role of Home Care Software, Our Ultimate Guide

By AlayaCare / June 17, 2022

What’s the best way to pay those who deliver home care services? The issue remains elusive when it comes to firm answers. It also remains a point of seemingly endless debate and consternation, which isn’t surprising when so much money, deep implications, and sensitivities collide in one discussion. 

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Introducing the AlayaSphere: AlayaCare’s Third-Party Integration Listing

By AlayaCare / April 6, 2018

Home care organizations looking to grow in today’s market require a vision that is unique, defendable, and sustainable. They must erect the infrastructure to support that vision, which includes the people of course, but also needs to include technology. Many service provider agencies grapple with the need for change, while not compromising their business-as-usual work…

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CHRIS Integration: Updates, Referrals, and Patient Records Directly from the Source

By AlayaCare / March 9, 2018

The road to the future of home care is paved with integrated, virtual and collaborative care models. Coordination will remain a major factor in reducing health care expenditures, supporting home care agencies, and vastly improving the patient experience. Silos will disappear, and information will flow securely along the continuum.

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Coordinate and Integrate Care With the Right Software

By AlayaCare / February 2, 2018

The business of home care is about the well-being of clients, and care for those clients is best provided in a harmonized fashion. Each client, in the role as patient, connects with the health-care system in various ways.

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Maximize Clinical Documentation Efficiency with AlayaCare’s Fully Integrated 485

By AlayaCare / November 17, 2017

The 485 (a.k.a. the Plan of Care) is the keystone piece of home care that links physicians and agencies. Its purposes are many; a clear and concise perspective of the client health along with diagnoses, medications, interventions, allergies, ADLs, risks and more.

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The Benefits of Electronic Point of Care Documentation in Home Care

By AlayaCare / March 31, 2017

Due to growing pains of the industry and the subsequent nursing shortage, home care providers are placing more emphasis on ensuring appropriate visit documentation is completed rather than ensuring the information is documented thoroughly and accurately. Specifically, agencies operating on paper processes see more physically damaged or lost documentation, increased caregiver error at the point…

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The Impact of Home Care Technology on ADL Tracking and Clinical Documentation

By AlayaCare / March 27, 2017

To accurately document the completion of ADLs for a client, there needs to be an effective system. Some home care agencies rely on paper documentation; the clerk/coordinator physically goes through a large amount of visit notes/flow sheets and enters the data into their homecare software solution. No doubt these paper processes are inefficient, outdated, and…

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