Santrax Launches Health Care Mobile Technology to Help on Home Front

The latest in a mobile home care technology application from Sandata Technologies allows providers to remote access of clinical and non-clinical information in an effort to reduce inconsistencies and documentation errors.

The release of the latest generation of Santrax Point-of-Care (SPoC) is designed for mobile platforms including Android, Apple, Microsoft and Blackberry, and offers both OASIS and non-OASIS documentation forms and tools. By smartphone, tablet or laptop, users can complete assessments and document visit notes; data is automatically transmitted back to the agency via Internet.

Additional features include access to patient charts, supplies and medication look-up capabilities, triggers for order changes and lab review, among others.

Currently in beta testing, the technology is being used by Texas-based Advanced Home Health Services. Sandata reports the technology is driving efficiency for customers.

“Home Health providers are continually challenged to provide quality care while increasing efficiency to manage costs effectively,” said Jeff Silverman, Sandata’s Chief Sales and Marketing Officer. “Extending advanced technology to the mobile workforce will not only drive increased efficiency and cost savings, but will help to ensure the right care for all home health patients.

Written by Elizabeth Ecker

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