nbj_logo.jpgThe Nashville Business Journal published news of our new team members, Nick and Don. Learn more about them in the press release below. 


readmission_news.pngReadmission News published a byline in their June issue by our CEO, Dan Hogan, about the importance of, and how to facilitate advance care planning. Check it out below.


Forward-thinking home health providers initially implement our home health and hospice technologies to realize patient-improvement benefits like:


Are you going to the National Association for Home Care and Hospice's Annual conference in Orlando? If so, we'd love to see you. Be sure to stop by our booth and check out our presentation. We'll be speaking alongside Great Lakes Caring's chief clinical officer and their director of hospital readmission reduction. 

We're proud to have been selected and honored to be speaking with Great Lakes' leaders. 

Here are the details:


survey_meme-1.jpgBack in June, we sent our biannual survey to our home health and/or hospice users. We distributed surveys to 121 people, and received 53 responses--yes my friends, that's a 41% response rate! We wanted to share the results specific to each product and thank everyone who participated (you know who you are)! 


long_term_living_logo-1.pngLong-Term Living published an article by our CEO, Dan Hogan, about the importance of end-of-life care planning. Check out the full article below. 


predictive_modeling_news.pngPredictive Modeling News highlighted Encompass's success with our home health analytics solution, Medalogix Touch. Read to story below. 

Encompass Home Health & Hospice Leverages Medalogix Home Health Analytics Solution


predictive_modeling_news.pngPredictive Modeling News featured our Medalogix Bridge case study with Jordan Health Services. In the same issue they featured Encompass's success with Medalogix Touch. Find PMN's coverage of our case study below. 


Tim Rowan touted the effectiveness of our home health analytics solution, Medalogix Touch in his Home Care Technology Report. Here's what he had to say.