Category Archives: Home Health Documentation

Get the information you need to simply and improve home health documentation processes with information and advice from the McKesson Homecare Talk Blog.

Speed Custom Form Creation with Clinical Forms Express

Speed Custom Form Creation

While healthcare regulations and arrangements among providers have been changing rapidly, the documentation required to comply with regulatory and contractual obligations hasn’t kept pace. But home care organizations often can’t wait for the right form to become available. They need … Continue Reading

Guide to Home Health and Hospice Resources

Guide to Home Health and Hospice Resources

Keeping up with the notifications, regulatory changes, pilots, news initiatives and other news can be tedious, time-consuming—and essential to your home care organization. We certainly keep our clients engaged on important issues that likely will affect their operations, but one … Continue Reading

More Data, More Movement, Fewer Errors in Sharing Patient Data

More Data, More Movement, Fewer Errors in Sharing Patient Data

Having the best, most updated information on customers is a priority for virtually every business. In the home care industry, that information can be critically important, even life-saving. These days, more patient information is being exchanged due to care transitions, … Continue Reading

Pre-Claim Review Demonstration Project Kicks Off

Pre-Claim Review Demonstration

The tension continues to build over the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Pre-Claim Review Demonstration of Home Health Services, set to begin in Illinois on August 1, 2016. One hundred-sixteen Members of Congress have signed a letter protesting … Continue Reading

Enhanced Medication Reconciliation Part of Software Upgrade

Medication Reconciliation

Change Healthcare Homecare and Change Healthcare Hospice have been updated with new functionality that helps improve medication management. Medication reconciliation has been in the news recently, the result of a Kaiser Health News analysis of Medicare inspection records that identified … Continue Reading