The KanTime ICE mobile application available on iOS, Android, and Windows devices both online and offline, now allows hospice agencies to document at the point of care, dramatically improving data accuracy and cost savings.
DALLAS - May 18, 2016 - PRLog -- Today, Silicon Valley based KanTime Healthcare Software, released its offline hospice app, KanTime ICE, available across iOS, Android, and Windows devices. KanTime ICE is a comprehensive point of care solution for home care and hospice agencies that drastically improves accuracy and timely submissions of patient notes.
One of the key benefits of KanTime ICE is that it improves turnaround times and efficiency. Documentation can be done in a snap thanks to pre-populated forms that will cut redundant form filling. Moreover, KanTime ICE guarantees compliance, as its self-auditing forms do not allow clinicians to submit notes to the back office unless they are complete and accurate. Accuracy is improved due to documentation completed at the point of care. This even reduces the time clinicians have to spend after work completing documentation, saving your agency precious time and money in overtime pay.
"We were able to save thousands a month thanks to KanTime ICE's offline capability, which meant we no longer required expensive monthly data plans for field clinician tablets."
-Gerri G. Director of Operations
Sundar Kannan, CEO of Kanrad Technologies Inc., stated:
"We believe KanTime ICE is the most compliance-driven mobile point of care solution available. Our offline hospice mobile app is just one of the many great products that we are debuting this year."
Visit www.kantime.com or call us at (408) 615-8880 to find out more information about how KanTime can help your agency improve compliance, increase efficiency, and most importantly deliver quality care to your patients.
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May 18, 2016 at 13:25 PM EDT