Optimize staff assignment to provide timely services 

Workforce Management

The increasing demand for services presents both challenges and opportunities for care providers. With workforce management solutions from Netsmart, organizations can optimize staff assignments to meet current needs and plan changes in operational management that will support cost-effective care delivery in the future.

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Electronic Visit Verification

Support EVV requirements for personal and home-based services with technology that lets clinicians record visits, including GPS location information, type of service provided and duration of services.
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Mobile Dispatch

Maximize the number of visits for caregivers with efficient route planning. As service requests come in throughout the day administrative staff can view the real-time location of all providers and route the correct person to each patient.
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Shelly Miller - Chief Financial Officer, Willow Health Care

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From the CareThreads Blog

What Long-Term & Post-Acute Leaders Need to Know in 2022: An Industry Outlook

Tuesday, January 18 | Thought Leadership,Post-Acute Care,Value-based Care

In this recent webinar, policy experts from the National Association for the Support of Long Term Care (NASL) take a deep dive into the big issues impacting long-term care organizations and how to address these pain points from mapping out payment updates for post-acute care providers to meeting technology requirements for value-based care.

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NAHC President Bill Dombi Shares 2022 Outlook & Predictions

Friday, January 07 | Thought Leadership,Post-Acute Care,Value-based Care

Home health and hospice leaders across the nation have voiced that the workforce shortage is their greatest concern in the new year. The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) President Bill Dombi shares industry insight on big areas impacting home care for 2022.

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One Key Trait Long-Term Care Providers Need to Embrace in 2022

Thursday, January 06 | Thought Leadership,Cause Connected,Post-Acute Care

To say that 2020 and 2021 were challenging for long-term care is the understatement of the year. Healthcare experts weigh in on how adaptability is a running theme throughout the industry, where long-term care providers constantly adjust and pivot while the punches just keep coming.

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