Gone are the days when a hospice could operate effectively with a modified home health software. With CMS’ increasing focus on hospice and the seemingly constant changes to clinical, regulatory, and reimbursement requirements, hospices need a complete software solution designed specifically to meet their needs. Utilizing the latest technologies, HCS Connect™ for Hospice, featuring ConnectOffice™ and ConnectMobile™, provides the ultimate solution for the hospice industry today and in the future.
HCS Connect™ for Hospice provides a robust, user-friendly solution for hospices to manage their patient care, clinical documentation, regulatory compliance, and revenue cycle. It is also scalable to support unlimited users and patient records.
An efficient intake process from built-in eligibility verification through to scheduling
Collaborative IDT process with agency-definable parameters
Volunteer hours tracking
Customizable bereavement management
Complete EMR with the ability to scan paper documents to the patient electronic record
HIS export and submission
Automated CAHPS using agency selected vendor
Billing for all claim types, e-transmissions and frequencies
Exportable (Excel®, PDF®, Word®) streamlined reports
Programmers and IT support staff who listen and welcome input when enhancing software functionality
The ability to work disconnected from the internet
Full access to the schedule and entire patient chart, even when working disconnected
Safely “sync” over public WIFI while maintaining HIPAA security
Includes faxing capability and internal messaging
IT support available to connect directly to your laptop and provide support
The HCS Connect™ software platform, featuring ConnectOffice™ and ConnectMobile™, was developed and is refined by HCS professionals who have worked in the industry and understand all facets of home health and hospice.
From a client:
Effective January 1, 2019 – PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS (PA) will be allowed to act as the attending physician for patients in hospice care.
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 was passed by Congress in February. The Act includes changes that directly impact hospice providers.