KanTime is an enterprise-based software solution that provides cloud-based software to home health, hospice, pediatric, private duty, palliative, and consumer-directed services agencies. We have crafted this document to help agencies better understand the features inside KanTime’s EMR platforms and why we are the nation’s fastest-growing EMR Software.
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As we all know, time and money are two of the most important and precious assets we have in healthcare. When it comes to taking care of others, agencies need to have those resources handy so they can focus on delivering quality patient care. In this article, we will discuss the challenges agencies face regarding […]
The Healthcare staffing shortage is omnipresent amongst post-acute providers and has only been exacerbated by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, the recruitment of new nurses continues to be barred by compensation and misperception barriers. In this blog, KanTime will be discussing retention, the resources available within the software that help retain the […]
Hospice care is a challenging field that comes with a high rate of burnout, which impacts over half of clinicians. The nature of the work itself is difficult, but on top of that, many agencies are experiencing worker shortages, meaning professionals have to work longer hours. Having hospice solutions on hand that help reduce time […]
This blog discusses the challenges with eligibility verification checks and how an EMR like KanTime that has automatic batch eligibility verifications can save agencies time and money. Having an automated system to check patients’ payers weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly allows clinicians more time to deliver quality patient care. Download the infosheet below 👇
The post-acute care industry is in a toxic and exhausting relationship with Medicare Advantage (MA) for fair rates. It’s to the point where providers all across the country are making noise and talking about the issues with MA and post-acute care agencies. MA is the primary insurer for Medicare beneficiaries and is predicted to be the […]
For Hospice agencies in California, the rise of taking on additional regulatory scrutiny is gaining traction. The California State Auditor revealed in a recent report that due to weak oversight, fraud and abuse have become widespread for hospice agencies; so much so that agencies are willing to take on additional regulatory pressure. Sarah McSpadden, CEO […]
Humana, who recently acquired Kindred at Home, is looking into divestiture strategies for the hospice section of Kindred at Home. Humana doesn’t seem to have much more information as of now, but their CFO Susan Diamond stated that there would be more information during the first-quarter earnings call later this month. After announcing the acquisition, […]
Electronic health or medical record software comes with a hefty price tag – but many agencies never reap the full value of their significant investment in information technology. Until workflow processes have been customized and staff has been trained for optimal use, no EMR can offer optimal performance, and post-acute care providers won’t see the […]
Recently, MedPAC has suggested to Congress that current hospice payment rates should stay at the current levels for the coming year. They also recommend that the U.S. Centers of Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) apply the wage index to the hospice aggregate cap and a 20% cut. Due to the impact of Covid-19, MedPAC is […]
COVID-19 provided the post-acute care industry the opportunity to shake the healthcare market by turning the world’s attention to the home-based care model. It has been shown that the home-based care approach can boost patient satisfaction, lower cost, and improve the quality of care versus providing care in a hospital setting. However, there have been […]
On January 1, 2022, CMS implemented the expanded HHVBP model to include Medicare-certified Home Health Agencies (HHAs) in all fifty states, Washington DC, and U.S. territories. The calendar year, 2022, will be the pre-implementation year. CMS will provide resources and training to give agencies time to prepare and learn about the requirements of the expanded […]
Since the start of 2022, there have been several policy concerns around home-based care. Home healthcare policies are considered timely and critical in the post-acute care industry; however, it seems in Washington D.C. that lawmakers do not see it that way. Some of the home healthcare policies expressed are the extension of the Acute Hospital […]