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Visiting Nurse-Hospice Atlanta Selects PatientPlacement.com to Automate Intake and Manage Faxes
Date:10/6/2009

Web-based Referral Management System continuing care software includes electronic signature solution and HL7 interface for the large home health and hospice provider

Atlanta, Ga. (PRWEB) October 6, 2009 -- Patient Placement Systems announced today that Visiting Nurse-Hospice Atlanta, the largest nonprofit home healthcare and hospice provider in Georgia, has implemented the Enterprise Edition of its Web-based Referral Management System to automate the home health and hospice intake process and to manage the large daily fax volumes, in one integrated solution. The system is in use at Visiting Nurse-Hospice Atlanta home health locations, at Hospice Atlanta, and at Visiting Nurse Care Management Services.

The Referral Management System automates and accelerates patient referral intake for post-acute care providers, replacing slow fax-and-paper processes with a fast, simple and efficient online software service. During the first phase of implementation, Visiting Nurse-Hospice Atlanta has converted nearly 5,000 monthly faxes and 20,000 fax pages into electronic documents for easy online review, tracking and archiving. Visiting Nurse-Hospice Atlanta is currently rolling out additional referral tracking features, including insurance verification, enabling the intake teams to instantly confirm insurance eligibility on the more than 100 patients referred daily from acute care hospitals, physician offices, and other providers.

"We're delighted to have found a solution that addresses our high fax volumes while providing intake automation features," says Mark Oshnock, president and CEO of Visiting Nurse-Hospice Atlanta. "Our intake teams at several
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