WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on homecare information software and services. The 2010 study has 497 pages, 184 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the healthcare providers worldwide move to more cost efficient healthcare modalities. Vendors are building out localized direct sales organizations, distribution partnerships, and e┬ęcommerce sites that support a home care information systems brand in every region. Research Beam Model: Research Beam Product ID: 178705 3500 USD New
Homecare Information Software and Services Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016
 

Homecare Information Software and Services Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016

Homecare Information Software and Services Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016

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Published On : January  2010
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WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on homecare information software and services. The 2010 study has 497 pages, 184 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the healthcare providers worldwide move to more cost efficient healthcare modalities. Vendors are building out localized direct sales organizations, distribution partnerships, and e©commerce sites that support a home care information systems brand in every region.

Homecare is more cost efficient than nursing home or hospital care, every patient would rather stay at home if possible. As new homecare agencies proliferate in the U.S. and worldwide, one-third of homecare agencies in U.S. markets have closed or been acquired in the past five years due to the economic downturn and lack of profitability.

Challenged with declining reimbursements, a nursing shortage and low productivity even as new agencies open, there has been significant industry consolidation. Automated process brought by homecare information systems addresses management team issues. Existing providers need to improve overall operations to address these issues.

Several new studies provide large-scale, independent, quantified proof of the value of healthcare information technology have. Users can utilize the scheduling notes to alert other staff of patient preferences or supplies needed in the home. Maestro intuitive process flow provides users with many reminders, including when a patient is out of orders, when a supervisory visit is required, or when a procedure needs to be completed during a visit.

Information systems are a significant part of the home care delivery systems. Software leverages the efficiency of clinical process in ways that have never become possible before. The system leverages virtually all the administrative and financial information needed to run a successful home care company. Information can be gathered right from the charts.

The significance of integration systems is not yet realized in homecare information systems. However, as patients move from one care venue to another, the patient record is going to need to move with them. The hand©held, computer©based system guides home care clinicians through the entire patient care process. Clinicians can use structured record guides. The systems automate reporting. The market opportunity for the homecare information services providers is to enable consolidation of the 35,000 small agencies worldwide into a few large services providers. These few services providers then become customers for the homecare information services systems. Homecare information systems will be enhanced by partnerships with IBM to leverage information analytics systems.

Worldwide homecare information systems markets at $2 billion in 2009 are expected to reach $4.8 billion by 2016. Constraints on home healthcare spending in some types of coverage are more than offset by a shift away from nursing home care to assisted living homecare.

HOMECARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Homecare Cost Efficient, Effective Care Delivery

Homecare Information Systems Market Shares

Homecare Information Systems Market Forecasts

DYNAMICS



1. HOMECARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

1.1 Home Health Care

1.1.1 Home Health Quality Care

1.1.2 Medicare

1.1.3 Medicaid

1.2 Home Care Services Payors

1.2.1 Self-pay

1.2.2 Public Third-party Payors: Medicare

1.2.3 Public Third-party Payors: Medicaid

1.2.4 Public Third-party Payors: Older Americans Act (OAA)

1.2.5 Veterans Administration

1.2.6 Social Services Block Grant Programs

1.2.7 Community Organizations

1.2.8 Private Third-party Payors

1.3 Types of Home Care Agencies

1.3.1 Nursing care

1.3.2 Physical therapy

1.3.3 Occupational therapy

1.3.4 Speech therapy

1.3.5 Social workers

1.3.6 Home health aides/home care aides

1.3.7 Homemaker/Attendant Care

1.3.8 Volunteers

1.4 Homecare Information System Software Market Shifts

1.4.1 Characteristics Particular To The Homecare Information System Market

1.4.2 Implementation Depends On Documentation Of Each Discipline Needs

1.4.3 Home Care Services Billing Issues

1.4.4 Prospective Payment System (PPS)

1.4.5 Managed Care Requirements

1.4.6 Oasis Home Health Agencies

1.5 Need For Automation Of Home Care Companies

1.6 Homecare Information Technology Industry

1.6.1 History Of Low Investment In Healthcare Information Technology

1.6.2 Market Driving Forces For Worldwide Homecare Information Systems

1.6.3 Treatment Trends

1.6.4 Home Healthcare Delivery Industry

1.6.5 Competition Forms Basis Of U.S. Medical Care Services Delivery

1.6.6 Science And Medical Technology

1.7 Benefits Of Home Care

1.7.1 Home Health Saves Medicare Billions

1.8 Demographic Trends Driving Home Care

1.8.1 Mainstreaming Of People With Disabilities

1.8.2 Recovery And Active Lifestyles Of Disabled Portion of the Population

1.9 Healthcare Equipment Industry

1.9.1 Reimbursement Drives Healthcare Equipment Industry

1.9.2 Home Medical Equipment Industry Segments

1.10 Marketing Globally

1.10.1 U.S. Healthcare Delivery Industry

1.10.2 Competition Forms Basis Of U.S. Medical Care Services Delivery

1.10.3 European Homecare Market Trends

1.11 Hospital and Home Care Services Billing Issues

1.11.1 Managed Care Requirements

1.12 Market Drivers For Healthcare Cost Containment

1.12.1 Managed Care Organization Impact

1.12.2 Reasons Home Health Care Has Gained Wide-Spread Acceptance

1.12.3 Managed Care Change In The Healthcare Industry

1.12.4 Homecare For People With Long Term Disabilities

1.12.5 Health Care Cost Containment Trends

1.12.6 Medicare Reimbursement Guide for Power Wheelchair Drive Control Systems

1.12.7 Managed Care Organization Impact

1.13 Reasons Home Health Care Has Gained Wide-Spread Acceptance

1.13.1 Managed Care Change In The Healthcare Industry

1.13.2 Homecare For People With Long Term Disabilities

1.14 Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Distribution

1.14.1 Delivery Of Non-Acute Health Care

1.14.2 Leveraging Distribution Channels

1.14.3 Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Positioning

1.15 Increased Need For Information Technology

1.15.1 Medical Error

1.16 Shortcomings Of Traditional Healthcare Information Systems

1.17 Homecare Information Systems Market Strategy

1.17.1 Integrated Healthcare Information Technology Solutions

1.17.2 Flexible Product-Delivery Options

1.17.3 Leveraging Existing Customer Base

1.18 Homecare Information Systems Market Trends

1.18.1 Clinician Support For Spending Less Time At The Desktop And More Time Taking Care Of Patients



2. HOMECARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND SERVICES, MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

2.1 Homecare Agencies

2.2 Homecare Information Systems Market Shares

2.2.1 Allscripts Homecare / Misys Healthcare Systems'

2.2.2 McKesson Horizon Homecare Information Systems

2.2.3 Cerner BeyondNow

2.2.4 Meditech

2.2.5 Meditech / Patient Care Technologies

2.2.6 Allscripts Homecare

2.2.7 Siemens Health Services / Home Health Solutions

2.2.8 Fujitsu Homecare Information Systems

2.2.9 GE Centricity® Solutions

2.2.10 Lewis’ Financial Services Division

2.2.11 Login Soft

2.2.12 Santrax

2.2.13 ContinuLink Cloud SaaS Solutions

2.2.14 Procura Home Care Across the Continuum of Care

2.3 Homecare Information Systems Market Forecasts

2.3.1 Homecare Information Systems, SOA, Tablet Devices, and Wireless Handset Market Forecasts

2.4 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Homecare Systems Market Shares, First Three Quarters 2009

2.4.1 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Homecare Systems Market Shares

2.4.2 IBM SOA Business Integration Foundation Systems

2.4.3 IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository

2.4.4 Tibco Services Oriented Architecture SOA

2.4.5 Microsoft SOA Application Platform

2.4.6 Microsoft Application Platform.NET Framework

2.4.7 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Homecare Systems Market Forecasts

2.4.8 Homecare Information Service Orientated Architecture (SOA) Market Forecasts

2.5 Home Medical Information Systems Market Segments

2.5.1 3G and 4G Handheld Wireless Devices

2.5.2 Use Of POC Technology In Homecare

2.6 Home Medical Consolidated Information Systems Market Driving Forces

2.7 Homecare Services Oriented Architecture Market Driving Forces

2.7.1 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Components

2.7.2 SOA Middleware Means That Information Can Be Left Where It Is And Operated On From That Place

2.7.3 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Market Driving Forces

2.8 Technological Trends Impact on Demand for Homecare Services

2.8.1 Benefits of Integration Solutions

2.9 Number Of Home Healthcare And Hospice Agencies

2.10 Geographical Segments

2.11 Healthcare Industry Shifts



3. HOMECARE SOFTWARE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 McKesson HBOC

3.1.1 McKesson Homecare Systems Improve Patient Outcomes

3.1.2 McKesson Horizon Homecare™ Documentation Applications

3.1.3 McKesson Home Care Solutions

3.1.4 McKesson Horizon Homecare Advanced Clinical Software

3.1.5 McKesson Horizon Clinical Guideline Terms And Components

3.1.6 McKesson Horizon HomeCare ROI

3.1.7 Allscripts Homecare

3.1.8 Allscripts Homecare Software

3.1.9 Allscripts Home Care Claims Reimbursement

3.1.10 Allscripts Field Personnel Access To Clinical Data At The Point Of Care

3.1.11 Allscripts Clinical

3.1.12 Allscripts OASIS

3.1.13 Allscripts Library Of Interdisciplinary, Problem-Related Care Plans

3.1.14 Allscripts Keeps Patient Care On Track.

3.1.15 Allscripts Homecare Scheduling

3.1.16 Allscripts Homecare Software Modules

3.1.17 Allscripts Homecare Billing

3.1.18 Allscripts Homecare Billing Reporting

3.1.19 Allscripts Homecare Reporting Features

3.1.20 Allscripts Telemonitoring

3.1.21 Allscripts Homecare Speeds and Simplifies Physician Review And Approval Of Orders

3.1.22 Allscripts Homecare Physicians Portal Module

3.1.23 Allscripts Homecare General Ledger

3.2 Cerner BeyondNow

3.2.1 Cerner BeyondNow Outcomes Management

3.2.2 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch

3.2.3 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Positioning

3.2.4 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Verified Visits Interface Sends Information Automatically To The Billing Application

3.3 Meditech

3.3.1 Meditech Intake

3.3.2 Meditech Scheduling Process

3.3.3 Meditech Care Delivery/Plan-of-Care Management

3.3.4 Meditech Telemanagement Process

3.3.5 Meditech Billing

3.3.6 Meditech Telemonitoring And Telehealth For Home Health Agencies

3.3.7 Meditech Telemanagement Process In-Home Device

3.4 Login Soft

3.5 ContinuLink

3.5.1 ContinuLink Internet System

3.6 Santrax Homecare Information Systems Telephony Solutions

3.6.1 Santrax Delivered Through The Web

3.7 NDSI Healthcare

3.7.1 NDSI Healthcare nHome Complete and HomePRO

3.8 HealthWare

3.8.1 HealthWare Platforms

3.8.2 HealthWare Full Featured System

3.8.3 HealthWare System Applications

3.9 Sajix

3.10 Healthcare Automation

3.10.1 Healthcare Automation HomecareNet Mobile Medication Reconciliation Automation

3.11 Indura Systems

3.11.1 Indura Systems IGEA HHC Best Process Advanced Solution For Home Health Care

3.11.2 Indura Systems Main Modules

3.11.3 Indura Systems IGEA Point Of Care (iPOC) POE

3.12 TagtronicsCare Home Care Software

3.12.1 TagtronicsCare Comprehensive Home Care Agency Software

3.12.2 TagtronicsCare All-inclusive UK Home Care Management System

3.12.3 TagtronicsCareElectronic Monitoring Software

3.12.4 TagtronicsCare Comprehensive Reporting

3.12.5 TagtronicsCare Lone Worker Device

3.12.6 Accounting Systems Technology / Visions Home Health Software

3.12.7 Accounting Systems Technology Visions Home Health

3.13 IMA Technologies CaseTrakker© Software

3.13.1 IMA Technologies Tools To Help Care Management Professionals

3.14 Lewis

3.14.1 Lewis Patron Point-of-Care Module

3.14.2 Lewis Prompt 8

3.14.3 Lewis’ Financial Services



4. HOMECARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

4.1 Homecare Information Systems Requirements

4.1.1 Internet Protocol (IP) Mission Critical Functionality

4.2 Homecare Information Systems Toolkits

4.2.1 Process Management Toolkits

4.3 Homecare Information Systems-Services

4.4 Internet

4.4.1 Upgrading Software

4.4.2 End-To-End Flow From The Security Viewpoint

4.4.3 Homecare Information Systems Services Security Policy Configuration

4.4.4 Role Of Mission Critical Middleware Messaging

4.4.5 IBM Mission-Critical Functionality

4.4.6 IBM Websphere MQ Messaging Software

4.4.7 Linking Internal Operations

4.5 Homecare Information Systems Product Technology

4.5.1 Windows Interface

4.5.2 SQL Server

4.5.3 Misys Caché

4.5.4 Server Monitor

4.5.5 Field Synchronization

4.6 State-Of-The-Art Security

4.6.1 Misys Portal and Document Manager Module

4.7 HL7 Interface & Accounting Exports

4.8 Testing Services As An Extension Of Homecare

4.9 Web Services

4.9.1 Services Guarantee Compliance

4.9.2 Outcomes Monitoring

4.9.3 Web Services Key Standards

4.9.4 Web Services Definition

4.10 Web Services Architecture

4.11 Distributed Service Discovery Methods

4.11.1 Web Services Positioning

4.12 OASIS

4.13 SOAP

4.13.1 SOAP Framework

4.13.2 Framework For Developing Web Services

4.13.3 Apache SOAP

4.13.4 Load Balancer With SSL Support

4.13.5 Points Of Failure

4.13.6 SOAP Limitations

4.13.7 SOAP Protocol Uses Multi-Step Process

4.13.8 Framework Benefits

4.13.9 SOAP Test Strategies

4.13.10 SOAP Solutions

4.14 WSDL

4.14.1 WSDL Service Descriptions

4.15 UDDI Registry

4.15.1 UDDI Test Registries

4.15.2 UDDI Distributed Web Service Discovery

4.15.3 UDDI Consortium

4.15.4 WS-Inspection Document Extensibility

4.16 Language XSLT Home Health Resource Groups (HHRGs)

4.17 CMS Official Definitions Regarding The Plan of Care

4.18 The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

4.19 Allscripts Homecare Technology

4.19.1 Allscripts Homecare Scalable Three-Tier Architecture

4.19.2 Allscripts Homecare Familiar Windows Interface

4.19.3 Allscripts Homecare SQL Server

4.19.4 Server Monitor puts you in control

4.19.5 Field synchronization

4.19.6 Allscripts Homecare State-Of-The-Art Security

4.19.7 Allscripts Homecare HL7

4.19.8 Allscripts Electronic Health Record For Homecare

4.19.9 US National Health Expenditure Projections 2008-2018

4.20 Science And Medical Technology

4.20.1 Physical Therapy

4.20.2 Treatment Trends

4.21 Wheel Chair Technological Trends

4.21.1 Power Wheelchairs

4.21.2 Sport Wheelchairs

4.21.3 Lightweight Wheelchairs

4.21.4 Transport Wheelchairs (Folding)



5. HOMECARE SOFTWARE COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 Accounting Systems Technology

5.2 Advantage Reimbursement

5.3 Aprima Medical Software

5.3.1 Aprima Strategic Partnerships

5.3.2 Aprima Medical Software Strategic Partnership with Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO®)

5.3.3 Aprima Reseller Agreement With Networking and Information Services (NIS-Systems)

5.4 CareCentric

5.4.1 CareCentric Homecare Solutions

5.4.2 CareCentric Billing Software

5.5 Cerner

5.5.1 Cerner Systems View Creating Client Value

5.5.2 Cerner Clinical Core

5.5.3 Cerner Millennium Unified Information Architecture

5.5.4 Cerner BeyondNow Business Partners

5.6 ContinuLink Health Technologies, LLC

5.6.1 ContinuLink Health Technologies Partners

5.6.2 ContinuLink - A Web-based Software Solution

5.7 Dynatronics

5.8 Fujitsu WebCare ROI

5.9 GE Centricity® Solutions

5.9.1 GE Healthcare

5.10 Healthcare Automation

5.10.1 Healthcare Automation 'Spins Off' Advantage Reimbursement to Increase Market Share

5.10.2 HAI Flagship Product, HomecareNet

5.10.3 Healthcare Automation Strategic Partners

5.11 HealthWare

5.12 IMA Technologies

5.12.1 IMA Technologies CaseTrakker© Software

5.13 Lawson Software

5.13.1 Lawson Software / VasTech

5.14 Lewis’ Financial Services Division

5.14.1 Lewis Homecare Information Systems ROI

5.15 LoginSoft

5.16 McKesson

5.16.1 McKesson Pharmaceutical

5.16.2 McKesson Provider Technologies

5.16.3 McKesson Medical-Surgical

5.16.4 Parata Systems

5.16.5 McKesson Pharmacy Systems

5.16.6 McKesson Health Solutions

5.16.7 McKesson Specialty Care Solutions

5.16.8 McKesson Patient Relationship Solutions

5.16.9 Zee Medical

5.16.10 Moore Medical

5.16.11 RelayHealth

5.16.12 Plasma and BioLogics

5.16.13 McKesson Corporation Revenue

5.16.14 CDC Selects McKesson To Distribute the H1N1 Flu Vaccine

5.16.15 McKesson Revenue

5.17 Medical Computer Systems

5.18 Meditech / Patient Care Technologies

5.18.1 Meditech

5.18.2 Meditech PtCT OASIS Positioning

5.18.3 Meditech Maestro Streamlining Processes, Increasing Efficiency

5.19 Networking & Information Services (NIS) Systems

5.20 Procura

5.20.1 Procura Key Home Care Issues

5.20.2 Procura Solution

5.20.3 Procura Home Care Acros s the Continuum of Care

5.20.4 Procura Industry Partners

5.21 Profium

5.22 QuikPlan Limited

5.22.1 QuikPlan Main Menu

5.22.2 The Way QuikPlan Looks

5.23 RCS:

5.24 Sajix

5.24.1 Sajix Incentive To Doctors To Replace EMR And/Or Practice Management

5.24.2 Sajix Reseller Group

5.24.3 Sajix iHelix On Demand Solution

5.25 SAS

5.25.1 SAS Global Reach, Local Presence

5.25.2 SAS Financial strength

5.25.3 SAS Sustainability

5.26 Siemens Healthcare

5.27 ZirMed:

5.28 Government Agencies With Homecare Responsibility



List of Tables



Table ES-1 Homecare Information Systems Market Driving Forces

Figure ES-2 Homecare Information Systems License Shipments and Maintenance Services Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2009

Table ES-3 Homecare Information Systems Software Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 1-1 Number of US Homecare and Hospice Agencies

Figure 1-2 US Homecare Payment Source

Figure 1-3 US Homecare Patients Receiving Help

Table 1-4 Home Health Quality of Care Measures

Table 1-4 (Continued) Home Health Quality of Care Measures

Table 1-4 (Continued) Home Health Quality of Care Measures

Table 1-5 Senior Homecare Assessment

Table 1-5 (Continued) Senior Homecare Assessment

Table 1-5 (Continued) Senior Homecare Assessment

Table 1-6 Medicare Program Payment Conditions

Table 1-7 Home Care Services Payors

Table 1-8 Homecare Information System Software Characteristics

Table 1-8 (Continued) Homecare Information System Software Characteristics

Table 1-9 Market Characteristics For Evaluation of Homecare Information System Software Vendors

Table 1-10 Home Care Services Billing Issues

Table 1-11 JCAHO ORYX Requirements

Table 1-11 (Continued) JCAHO ORYX Requirements

Table 1-12 Home Care Standard Services Provided

Table 1-13 Home Care Specialty Services Provided

Table 1-14 Home Market Information System Software Market Segment

Table 1-15 Factors Relating To Value Of Home Health Care Over Institutional Care

Table 1-16 Studies Illustrate Patients Choose Home Care

Table 1-17 Home Health Savings

Table 1-18 Home Healthcare Services Target Markets

Table 1-19 Home Medical Equipment Market Segments

Table 1-21 Home Care Services Billing Issues

Table 1-22 Home Care Services Billing Changes Needed

Table 1-23 JCAHO ORYX Requirements

Table 1-23 (Continued) JCAHO ORYX Requirements

Table 1-24 Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Positioning

Table 1-24 Continued) Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Positioning

Table 1-25 Strategies For Offering Technology Solutions To The Home Healthcare Industry

Table 1-26 Homecare Information Systems Market Trends

Table 2-1 Homecare Information Systems Market Driving Forces

Table 2-2 Homecare Market Driving Forces

Table 2-3 Physician Information Systems Market Participants

Figure 2-4 Homecare Information Systems License Shipments and Maintenance Services Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2009

Table 2-5 Homecare Information Systems License Shipments and Maintenance Services Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2009

Table 2-6 Homecare Information Systems Software Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Table 2-7 Homecare Information Systems Software Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 2-8 Homecare Information Systems Software, SOA Software, Tablet Entry Devices, and Wireless Handset Systems Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Table 2-9 Homecare Information Systems Software, SOA Software, Tablet Entry Devices, and Wireless Handset Systems Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 2-10 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Homecare Systems Market Shares, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2009

Table 2-11 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Homecare Information Systems Market Shares, First Three Quarters 2009

Figure 2-12 Homecare Information Systems SOA Software Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Table 2-13 Number of U.S. Home Health and Hospice Care Agencies 2009

Figure 2-14 Medicare Home Health Agency Program Payments:

Figure 2-15 U.S. Personal Health Care Expenditures as a Percent of Gross Domestic Product:Calendar Years 1980-2018

Figure 2-16 Total Personal Health Care Expenditures For 1960 Were $23.3 Billion

Table 2-17 Benefits Experienced By Clinicians Using Laptops At The Point Of Care

Table 2-18 Functionality That Laptops And Tablets Provide Agency Full-Time,Professional Employees

Table 2-19 Laptop or 3G and 4G Handheld Wireless Devices Users

Table 2-20 Home Medical Market Driving Forces

Table 2-21 Home Medical Information Systems Market Driving Forces

Table 2-24 Benefits of Integration Solutions

Figure 2-25 Homecare Software Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-26 Homecare Software Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-27 Clinical And Management Information Systems Functions

Table 3-1 McKesson Homecare Information Systems Products

Table 3-2 Horizon Homecare™ Suite Of Home Care Documentation Applications Benefits

Table 3-3 Horizon Homecare™ Suite Documentation Features

Table 3-4 McKesson Horizon Homecare Agency Management Module Benefits

Table 3-5 McKesson Horizon Homecare Clinical Information Management

Table 3-6 McKesson Horizon Homecare Module Functions

Table 3-7 McKesson Horizon Homecare Advanced Clinical Software Benefits

Table 3-8 McKesson Horizon Homecare Advanced Clinical Software Features

Table 3-9 Signs and Symptoms of Circulation Difficulties

Table 3-10 Allscripts Home Care System Major Benefits

Table 3-11 Allscripts Home Care System Benefits:

Table 3-12 Allscripts Private Duty And Home Health Solution Benefits

Table 3-13 Allscripts Homecare Software Modules

Table 3-14 Allscripts Homecare Billing Features

Table 3-15 Allscripts Homecare PPS Billing Features

Table 3-16 Allscripts Homecare PPS Additional Billing Capabilities:

Table 3-17 Allscripts Homecare Reporting Features

Table 3-18 Allscripts Homecare Reporting Functions

Table 3-19 Allscripts Homecare Online Physician Review And Approval Of Orders Benefits

Table 3-20 Allscripts Homecare General Ledger Modules

Table 3-21 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Functions

Table 3-22 Cerner BeyondNow Telephony Integration Tracking Features

Table 3-23 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Telephony Modules

Table 3-24 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Payroll and Billing Modules

Table 3-25 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Documentation Modules

Table 3-26 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch System Modules

Table 3-27 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Automated Process Solutions

Table 3-28 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Automated Process Careplans

Table 3-29 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Automated Telecommunications Process Solutions

Table 3-30 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Process Solution Functions

Table 3-31 Meditech Home Care suite

Figure 3-32 Meditech Maestro Process Components

Figure 3-33 Meditech well@home - Beyond telemonitoring - Telemanagement

Figure 3-34 Meditech Tele-management Device

Table 3-35 Meditech well@home Device Functions:

Table 3-36 well@home Telemonitoring Device Alert Management

Table 3-37 Login Soft Benefits

Table 3-38 Login Soft Key Features

Table 3-39 ContinuLink Software Solution Features

Table 3-39 (Continued) ContinuLink Software Solution Features

Table 3-39 (Continued) ContinuLink Software Solution Features

Table 3-40 ContinuLink Functionality

Table 3-40 Continued) ContinuLink Functionality

Table 3-40 (Continued) ContinuLink Functionality

Figure 3-41 ContinuLink

Table 3-42 Santrax Telephony Benefits:

Table 3-42 (Continued) Santrax Telephony Benefits:

Table 3-43 Santrax Home Health Care Benefits:

Table 3-44 Santrax Functionality

Table 3-45 Santrax Benefits

Table 3-46 HealthWare Home Health Agencies Productivity Features

Table 3-47 HealthWare Home Health Agencies Features

Table 3-48 HealthWare Home Health Agencies Technology

Table 3-49 HealthWare Home Health Agencies Partners

Table 3-50 HealthWare Home Health Suite

Table 3-51 HealthWare Additional Applications/Services Available:

Table 3-52 Sajix iHelix Healthcare Information System Solution Features

Table 3-53 Sajix iHelix Healthcare Information System Solution Modules

Table 3-54 Sajix iHelix Healthcare Information System Solution System Modules

Table 3-55 Sajix iHelix Healthcare Information System Solution System Benefits

Table 3-56 Sajix iHelix Healthcare Information System Solution System Advantages

Table 3-57 Healthcare Automation HomecareNet On Demand Benefits

Table 3-58 Indura Homecare Systems

Table 3-59 Indura Homecare Agency Systems

Table 3-60 Indura Homecare Systems Features

Table 3-61 Indura Systems Main Modules

Table 3-61 Continued) Indura Systems Main Modules

Table 3-61 (Continued) Indura Systems Main Modules

Table 3-62 Indura Systems Main Features

Table 3-62 (Continued) Indura Systems Main Features

Table 3-63 Indura Systems Point Of Care (iPOC) Features

Table 3-64 Indura Systems iPOC Agency Functions

Figure 3-65 iPOC Agency Device

Table 3-66 Indura Systems iPOC Agency Features

Table 3-66 (Continued) Indura Systems iPOC Agency Features

Table 3-67 Indura Systems iPOC Agency Process Workflow Functions

Table 3-68 QuikPlan Limited Homecare Software Functions

Table 3-69 Accounting Systems Technology Visions Tracking Capability 

Table 3-70 Accounting Systems Technology Visions Tracking Functions

Table 3-71 Accounting Systems Technology Visions Optional Components

Table 3-72 IMA Technologies Care Management Software Management Tools:

Table 3-72 (Continued) IMA Technologies Care Management Software Management Tools:

Table 3-73 Lewis Prompt 8 PPS Specific Features

Table 3-74 Lewis Prompt 8 Features:

Table 4-1 Homecare Information Systems Requirements

Table 4-2 Homecare Information Systems Functions

Table 4-3 Assessment Of Homecare Information Systems Services Tool Positioning

Table 4-4 Functions Of An IP Addressing Device

Table 4-5 Benefits Of an IP Addressing Device

Table 4-6 Homecare Information Systems Modular Strategy

Table 4-7 Homecare Information Systems Component Strategy

Table 4-8 Homecare Information Systems Services Challenge

Table 4-9 Internet Market Driving Forces

Table 4-10 Internet Homecare Information Systems Resource Management

Table 4-11 Homecare Information Systems Services Security Policies Evolution

Table 4-12 Server Authentication Mechanisms

Table 4-13 Enterprise Messaging Integration Functions

Table 4-14 Software Application Integration Functions

Table 4-15 Web Services Common Set Of Standard Protocols

Table 4-16 Web Services Architecture

Table 4-16 (Continued) Web Services Architecture

Table 4-17 SOAP-Based Web Service Production Environment Testing

Table 4-18 XSLT Transformation Of XML

Table 4-19 Home Health Resource Groups (HHRGs)

Table 4-20 Allscripts Electronic Health Record For Homecare

Table 4-21 Allscripts group support:

Table 4-22 Selected Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Centers Statistics

Figure 4-23 Trends in the Six Most Frequent Medicare Home Health Agency Diagnoses: Calendar Years 1997 and 2005

Table 4-24 Medicare Part A & Part B from the Health Care Information System (HCIS) Home Health Agency National State Summary for Calendar Year 2007

Table 4-25 Medicare from the Health Care Information System (HCIS) Hospice Agency National State

Table 4-26 Factors Relating To Value Of Home Health Care Over Institutional Care

Table 4-27 Transport Wheelchair Features

Table 5-1 CareCentric Homecare Solutions

Figure 5-2 CareCentric Homecare Positioning

Table 5-3 CareCentric Billing Software Functions

Table 5-4 CareCentric Homecare Technology

Table 5-5 Cerner Millennium® i Unified Information Architecture Functions

Table 5-6 Cerner BeyondNow Business Partners

Table 5-7 Cerner BeyondNow Homecare Partners

Table 5-8 Healthcare Automation Strategic Partners

Figure 5-9 Healthware Homecare Systems Modules

Table 5-10 HealthWare Microsoft® Web Based Solution Modules For Health Care Information Management

Table 5-11 IMA Technologies CaseTrakker Software Management Modules:

Table 5-12 LoginSoft Homecare Software Benefits

Table 5-13 LoginSoft Homecare Software Key Features

Table 5-14 McKesson Healthcare Strategic Positioning

Table 5-15 McKesson Business Categories

Table 5-16 Meditech Target Markets

Table 5-17 Meditech Maestro Electronic Patient Scheduling Capabilities

Table 5-18 Procura Industry Partners / Strategic Partners

Table 5-18 (Continued) Procura Industry Partners / Strategic Partners

Table 5-18 (Continued) Procura Industry Partners / Strategic Partners

Table 5-18 (Continued) Procura Industry Partners / Strategic Partners

Table 5-18 (Continued) Procura Industry Partners / Strategic Partners

Table 5-19 Procura Key Technologies

Table 5-19 (Continued) Procura Key Technologies

Table 5-19 (Continued) Procura Key Technologies

Table 5-20 Procura Technology Associations

Table 5-20 (Continued) Procura Technology Associations

Table 5-20 (Continued) Procura Technology Associations

Table 5-20 (Continued) Procura Technology Associations

Figure 5-21 QuikPlan Main Navigation Screen

Figure 5-22 QuikPlan Screens For Making Changes

Table 5-23 QuikPlan Aims And Objectives

Figure 5-24 Sajix iHelix On Demand Solution Components , Global, Size, Share, Research, Report, Trends, Analysis, Industry



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