Integrating the aging experience with a unique post-acute EHR

More than just an EHR

We understand the regulatory and reimbursement pressures facing post-acute providers as the industry continues to shift towards value-based care. Our enterprise solutions span the home health, hospice and senior living care continuum, supporting integrated care transitions through a single patient record. By connecting to the rest of healthcare through a post-acute EHR or post-acute EMR, providers can participate in integrated care coordination programs with their payer and referring partners, enabling them to deliver quality outcomes while remaining focused on what matters most, the individuals in their care.

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