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Grane Home Health Care and Grane Hospice Connects to Improved Care with CellTrak
Date:2/28/2013

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Grane Hospice provides a higher level of hospice care through a low patient to nurse ratio, allowing for more care time whenever needed. Their aides provide additional personal care through bathing, feeding and dressing assistance. Their volunteers are also available for visits, errands and companionship.

“We are very pleased to help Grane Home Health Care and Grane Hospice achieve their stated goals of improved care and staff efficiency with our VisitManager solution,” shared Michael K. Wons, President and CEO of CellTrak Technologies, “The technology and care teams at Grane are true industry leaders and early adopters of these powerful new, yet easy to use technologies”.

VisitManager assists Grane Home Care and Grane Hospice with care plan delivery and complete office staff automation. CellTrak solutions provide an easy to use web portal and integrated mobile application that runs on GPS enabled devices or tablets across any carrier network. Streamline workflow, increase productivity, and improve patient experience at the point of care. This solution was able to meet Grane Home Health Cares operational needs as well as their overall outcomes for patient care.

About Grane Home Health Care:
Grane Home Health Care prides itself on helping our patients achieve their highest level of functioning after illness or injury so that they may continue to live comfortably in their home environments and be restored to their optimal health. Grane Home Health Care strives to offer a balance of traditional and innovative services to provide your loved ones timely, safe and effective patient-centered home care services. To learn more about Grane Home Health Care please visit: http://www.granehomecare.com

About Grane Hospice:
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