Microsoft has announced that they will end support for SQL Server 2008 and R2 after today. This means no more updates, including security updates. If you are a homecare agency, this means it is critical that you migrate now to a newer version or to the cloud because your system is no longer HIPAA compliant and could put you at risk for data breaches.
While you can upgrade to a newer version of SQL Server, the expense, energy and effort to do that can be far more than you were expecting. For this reason, many healthcare agencies are migrating their databases to the cloud. It’s not only a less expensive and less daunting option, but it helps to ensure your agency’s data is protected. Most clouds like Microsoft Azure are HIPAA and HITRUST certified. HITRUST is one of the highest security certifications and ensures that your agency’s data is compliant with HIPAA regulations.
Securing your data is more important than ever and should be part of any disaster recovery plan. We here at HealthWare can help make sure your data is secure and protect you from potential threats. Contact today at email@example.com.
Coming off the heels of the COPs and PDGM less than 8 months away, proper medication management is more important than ever. Accurate details and education will improve patient safety and reduce hospitilizations. But this information is not always easily coordinated.
Join us Wednesday June 12th for our next webinar where we'll review overcoming some of the common obstacles that will help improve patient homecare overall.
We’ll have our newest partner, PEPID joining in to share details on their fully integrated drug interactions checker, available even at the HealthWare point of care! Learn in this webinar how this dynamic combination of software vendors can take your patient care to the next level.
Home Health PDGM and The Path to Success
Join us May 1st, as HealthWare will be co-presenting with partner OperaCare in their ongoing series for home health providers: PDGM Solved – Part 4 – The Path to Success.
The transition from IPS to PPS only required two changes from home health providers. Decrease visits from 60-70 per episode and perform an OASIS assessment.
The PDGM payment model requires considerably more from your QA department than ever before. Join us to learn the minimal requirements your QA department must manage to assure your agency THRIVES in PDGM.
For this webinar, please use the zoom link provided here to register (not the button below): https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__suG-zkUSSeE8gjyTdALhQ
Home-Care Patients Who are Aging Solo: Are you Prepared? Part 2
Please join us for our second webinar featuring Joy Loverde. In this webinar, Joy will be joined by two outstanding guests, Susan Winokur and Susan Platt. Both Susan Platt and Susan Winokur are Home Health Care Professionals and Executives who are very involved in various aspects of our industry.
In our last webinar we asked you to submit questions for Joy as these questions would form the basis of our future webinars. Susan Winokur and Susan Platt sent us questions and we will discuss, explore and answer those questions during this webinar. Please join us as we continue to explore this very important topic designed specifically for the Home Health Caregiving Professionals. Joy is the author of Who Will Take Care Of Me When I’m Old? and The Complete Eldercare Planner. You can follow the link on the left to purchase either or both of Joy's books.