COMPLETE MEDICAL RECORDS MANAGEMENT
MedAttach from WorldView is a powerful and flexible solution for automatically capturing and uploading documents along with the data from those documents when dealing with both paper and electronic sources. MedAttach brings structure and process to your agency by providing a way to manage all those incoming documents more efficiently.
"The time savings we have achieved from Worldview is invaluable. We use Worldview to automate the resending of orders to physicians at regular cadences without the need for human intervention that our medical records system requires. This has improved the timeliness of our billing and reduced our overall faxing costs."
Director, BAYADA Home Health Care
"We came from another document management provider and saw huge time savings and simpler processes with the WorldView integration!"
Head of Orders Processing, LivinRite
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Make Your Team More Effective With Data Reporting
Many management teams of home health and hospice agencies operate a certain way because it’s how they’ve always done business. But maintaining the status quo could be costing their employees time and money. Measuring and reporting relevant data analytics can help managers run their agencies more smoothly, letting employees focus on what they do best — helping patients.
How Electronic Forms Can Streamline Processes
Managing operational and patient forms is one of the most time-consuming and tedious parts of operating a healthcare agency. But many of these essential forms are now available electronically, making it easier to manage records and comply with various rules and regulations. Ditching paper forms for electronic forms can benefit any practice, allowing them to streamline operations and even improve employee morale.
Caregivers Need Support Too: How To Reduce Turnover in Home Healthcare
As of 2021, the United States was home to over 55 million people aged 65+, and this number is expected to nearly double by 2040. The demand for healthcare, hospice, and home healthcare workers will increase as the population ages. Yet this sector experiences high turnover, with one study citing the rate at 65.2%.