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Hospice of Baton Rouge Selects CellTrak as a Good Steward of Time and Talent
Date:3/15/2010

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*   Enabling GPS tracking mileage from each patient home that is immediately stored on the CellTrak server.
*   Improving productivity by showing duration of patient visits.
*   Communicating improvements. Easy to send instant messages to all staff.

“CellTrak has allowed Hospice of Baton Rouge to improve patient care as well as reduce our payroll processing time by 2 days and reduce our mileage costs by over $8000 in the first two months of use,” shared Rev. Amy Ziettlow, COO Hospice of Baton Rouge. “CellTrak enables us to be better stewards of our community’s dollars while freeing us to spend more time providing quality care to patients and caregivers.”

Michael K. Wons, President and CEO of CellTrak added, “CellTrak is pleased to work with industry leading homecare organizations to provide easy to use technology that helps improve processes and overall patient care. The Hospice of Baton Rouge is a recognized leader in providing the best care for those in need”.

CellTrak is the only home healthcare application that runs on cell phones, BlackBerry devices and other applications devices. The homecare software-as-a-service solution integrates seamlessly with clinical management system, virtually bringing information that was once only in the office out to the point of care for all to share.

About Hospice of Baton Rouge:

Hospice of Baton Rouge is a nonprofit, community based hospice provider offering professional medical care, social, spiritual and grief support to patients with life-limiting illnesses. Established in 1984, HBR is the second oldest hospice in Louisiana and has served over 12,000 patients. Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance cover the cost of hospice care for most patients, but it is also the policy of Hospice of Baton Rouge to serve all who qualify for hospice care, regardles
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