Old-School is Uncool | Net Health Announces New Therapy Solution for Hospital-based Acute Care

Old-school is uncool. Net Health’s new digital strategy to managing patient caseload allows rehab therapists to leave old-school methods behind.

Net Health, a leading provider of EHR software for specialized care settings, has announced that it has launched a new fully integrated digital solution for rehab therapists in acute care settings. Net Health Therapy for Acute Care enables physical and occupational therapists and speech language pathologists in acute care settings to better clinical and business outcomes by increasing efficiency and standardizing patient care.

Acute care therapy managers have been sharing their daily frustrations with us, and we have been listening closely. We know that achieving the best patient outcomes is hard to do when therapists are bogged down by so many manual processes and gaps in real-time patient information. We are excited to introduce a targeted solution that addresses the specific challenges for therapists operating in acute care settings.

Josh Pickus, CEO of Net Health

Boost Efficiency, Performance, and Outcomes with Net Health Therapy for Acute Care

In the announcement, CEO of Net Health Josh Pickus notes that Net Health Therapy for Acute Care was created to help acute care therapists adhere to hospital-set documentation timelines, maximize staff utilization while prioritizing patient care needs, meet productivity demands, report financial performance to upper management, and promote employee satisfaction and retention. Great documentation increases compliance and keeps everyone informed. Net Health’s solution will streamline patient and therapist management while encouraging compliance and keeping the clinical team, rehabilitation providers, and HIS informed with up-to-date patient information. 

Nowadays, with a global pandemic placing pressure on healthcare systems, such technological innovations can play a significant role in helping to manage the infrastructure. In a recent Net Health blog post CFO Patrick Rooney noted that as a digital health organization staying flexible, having a perspective, monitoring against that perspective, and making adjustments is absolutely critical.

Key elements and advantages of Net Health Therapy for Acute Care

  • Never Visit an Empty Room Again – Use the digital Patient Management Board and real-time Clinician Worklist to control therapists’ daily case flow via live updates, new assignments, and reassignments as necessary.
  • Therapy Documentation Stays Connected – Keep your HIS up-to-date by directing data right where it’s needed, seamlessly, with four key interfaces: ADT (Admission, Discharge, Transfer), Orders, Clinical Documentation Results, and Billing
  • Fast + Accurate Documentation – Great design, configurable workflows, and visual cues improve therapists’ effectiveness and make it intuitive to produce complete, compliant documentation right from the start.

Get a closer look at Net Health Therapy for Acute Care + Download Info Sheet. If you have any questions, please email redoc@nethealth.com or call 800-411-6281.

About Net Health

Net Health provides cloud-based software for specialty medical providers across the continuum of care – from hospital to home. Net Health’s interoperable EHRs deliver end-to-end solutions that ensure compliance, improve outcomes, empower providers and inspire care. The company serves over 14,000 facilities, including 98 percent of the largest hospital chains, two-thirds of skilled nursing facilities and many leading hospice organizations and private practices. Net Health is a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group, Level Equity and Silversmith Capital Partners.

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