HomeCare HomeBase users, I would like to start a discussion with you all - page 2

by I<3H2O

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I am finding several things that cannot be answered by my management team. I also find there is not enough autonomy with this program. Perhaps it is just my HHA, IDK. So, any HH nurses wish to visit about this program?... Read More


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    Isabelle49 - When you say "shuffling all the paper" exactly which forms are you referring to? I'm trying to figure out how much we will save on printing if we go with HCHB. Does the software only capture OASIS data or does it allow the elimination of other paper work as well? Any information will be appreciated. Thanks.
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    One other thing. Does anyone know how much it costs to transition to HCHB? I assume it is sold on a "per user" license plus a monthly cost. Plus, of course one must purchase all of the PDAs for each user. Any information on this will also be appreciated!
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    Just joined this and am hoping you all have found your solutions. I currently work for a home health agency that uses HCHB and it has taken us 3 years to develop processes to make patient specific POC's and we have QA staff that recognize when inappropriate pathways/interventions are selected and they edit these. For additional fees you can have a staff member trained to edit your pathways/interventions/goals specific to your agency needs.
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    our company has been using hchb for 5 months and i am hating it. As a PT I find it tedious and a huge amount of redundancy. my charting time has easily doubled. My scheduling autonomy is almost completely gone or severely impeded. I find myself answering the same question 3-4 different ways and then when i am finished with the template note, my company is making us write a narrative note to say what we did. that to me defeats the purpose of saying this program will streamline your paperwork, instead i am doing twice the work. I hate the sync process. I have worked with a company on a web based program and it is so much easier and user friends. this program is neither user friendly nor intuitive. No love/hate here...just hate.


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