Homecare Homebase and eMDs Announce Partnership to Offer EHR Solutions for Palliative, Hospice, and Home Care Providers

Homecare Homebase and eMDs Announce Partnership to Offer EHR Solutions for Palliative, Hospice, and Home Care Providers

Both eMDs and HCHB offer true mobile and offline technologies, so that patient records are always available regardless of connectivity in a particular care setting.

FREMONT, CA: Homecare Homebase (HCHB) and eMDs announced an exciting new partnership that will further enhance HCHB's mission to increase efficiency and empower exceptional patient care. As part of the partnership, HCHB will offer the eMDs Aprima 2015 Certified EHR solution to providers working with patients in hospice and palliative care settings.

"As the leading software for home health and hospice care, we are delighted to be partnering with eMDs, a physician technology company with an equally fantastic reputation," stated Scott Pattillo, HCHB Chief Strategy Officer. "The eMDs Aprima solution is a perfect complement to the HCHB platform, particularly for those home care and hospice care organizations who need a 2015 Certified EHR in order to participate in the CMS Primary Care First program, serving the Seriously Ill Population (SIP). We're pleased to announce this relationship, through which we are further empowering our customers to provide exceptional care."

eMDsAprima's ground-breaking "ClickLESS" workflows dramatically save time during encounters, helping physicians focus on their patients. Aprima is also exceptional at managing the critical patient referrals workflow needed for home care.

"This is a win-win for palliative, hospice, and home care providers, and not just those that are participating in the SIP program," stated Derek Pickell, eMDs' CEO. "We are delighted to partner with the market leader in-home and hospice care technology. eMDs' integration with HCHB will support critical and timely patient information flow needed between physician practices, palliative providers, and home care clinicians."

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