How does clinicians completing their patient documentation in the home relate to higher clinician satisfaction, less audits, and higher Home Health Compare scores?
Clinical documentation is key to communicating with other clinicians, therapists, aides, quality improvement staff, billers, etc. It is also imperative for improved patient outcomes and quality patient care as well as continuity of care.
Does it make a difference if the documentation is completed on paper or using an EMR system?
Clinicians are happy to spend more time with their family and less time entering notes late into the night. Having documentation completed in the home using an EMR system makes following policies and best practices of care easy, while preventing the errors and mistakes that lead to audits.
Our latest eBook will show how documentation completed in the home can:
- Improve care at home
- Impact productivity
- Provide better patient outcomes
- Have financial consequences
Click on the link below to download our eBook and learn how clinicians completing their documentation while in the patient’s home can better serve your patients and help you increase your Home Health Compare score.