- Improve patient care with timely access to medical information in the patient’s home
- Increase clinician productivity with less unnecessary travel time to the office
- Accommodate an extra one to two visits a day for a better bottom line
- Immediately provide care plans, DNR orders, and other time-critical hospice documents to patient family members
And why New Jersey’s VNA Health Group uses the Brother PocketJet 7 for hospice services
Even before the onset of the global pandemic, home healthcare agencies were juggling new payment standards like the Patient-Drive Groupings Model (PGDM), staffing shortages, and ever-changing regulatory requirements. Now, these challenges are compounded by an increasing demand for home-based care. Today’s home health agencies need ways to continue delivering quality care to their growing rosters of patient.
In his work with home healthcare clients, Mark Hitchings, the Senior Major Accounts Manager at Brother Mobile Solutions has seen opportunity for agency’s in spite of the challenges. “Home healthcare is certainly facing changes,” says Hitchings. “But with the right technology, including mobile printers, agencies can still positively impact their bottom line by boosting efficiency, minimizing the admin burden for their clinicians, and providing the best care for their patients.”
Get this free white paper to find out how compact, lightweight, full-page mobile printers are helping drive better outcomes in both home healthcare and hospice. See why these easy-to-use devices help real agencies like New Jersey-based VNA Health Group: