In-home care is a rapidly expanding and evolving field. In-home care services are not just about elderly care. This type of service can help with rehabilitation after medical events and surgery as well as help people regain their independence to manage a chronic condition. In-home care agencies provide a team of various specialists that can include therapists, nurses, social workers, and more. Also, one of the main tasks of such agencies besides care and treatment is home and surrounding assessing and improvement.
Responsibility and documenting
The in-home care field is associated with great responsibility. This way, clear organization, and documenting are essential for in-home care agencies. Often paperwork and reporting require a lot of time and damage the quality of the direct responsibilities. Today mobile technologies come to the rescue. Special mobile apps allow all specialists to replace time-consuming paperwork with a smart, fast, and convenient digital approach. The apps provide pre-made mobile forms that can be filled in in a snap anytime and anywhere. Moreover, there is an opportunity to share any data and keep in touch with all employees.
In Home Care Providers app: the best way to avoid paperwork
Snappii has created the In Home Care Providers app to make life easier for all in-home care agencies’ employees. The app provides 30+ ready-made mobile forms. The completed forms can be shared as PDF files instantly via email, cloud drives, or printed. The In Home Care Providers app complies with HIPAA. It is a great opportunity to get rid of paperwork and have more time for real work.
“The app saves time and money by giving our Field Staff the ability to submit documentation from anywhere in our territory. We continue to grow our territory size and are able to run everything out of one office because we can submit documents instantaneously with our app. Also, the state is constantly changing policies and we can make quick adjustments to our documentation within the app so that our staff is immediately using documents that meet the requirements for compliance.”
~ Director of Sunny Days Home Care