PointClickCare Partners with CellTrak to Provide Electronic Visit Verification for Home Health Care Providers

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first_img Facebook MISSISSAUGA, Ontario–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 24, 2021– PointClickCare Technologies, the leader in cloud-based healthcare software for the long-term and post-acute care market, today announced its partnership with CellTrak, a trusted point-of-care data collector, to simplify electronic visit verification (EVV) compliance for home health care providers. Integrating with CellTrak’s EVVLink, PointClickCare’s Care at Home Clinical Solution supports providers’ compliance with the 21 st Century Cures Act mandate by collecting visit information at the point of care matching state-specific data requirements. While states may implement open or closed EVV models, more than 75 percent of states have already selected open EVV. Providers in all open states can implement CellTrak’s EVV-compliant solution to streamline care and connectivity and ensure compliance. The EVVLink solution provides PointClickCare customers with an interface engine that is integrated into the state and/or payer EVV data aggregators in near real-time. “Now home health agencies can use one integrated solution for all services and both mandated and non-mandated visits, removing the need to manage disparate workflows and making it easy for caregivers to document service at the point of care,” said Mark Tomzak, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Home Health Care, PointClickCare. “Each state and each payer have unique data requirements. With this partnership, even providers operating in multiple states and submitting claims to multiple payers can quickly and easily relay the right data in the right format to the right payer.” EVV data is integrated into Care at Home Clinical and syncs with other patient data. CellTrak seamlessly identifies those records containing incorrect information, such as invalid Medicaid IDs, so errors can be corrected before visit data is relayed, minimizing claims denials and supporting faster payments. The addition of EVV powered by CellTrak provides PointClickCare home health customers a comprehensive solution with a full set of services for all features, supporting streamlined compliance with state-specific requirements for testing, certification and reimbursement. Further, care teams are able to provide day-to-day care faster and easier, while remaining connected with the entire team at all times. This is increasingly important for home care providers now more than ever so they not only know where staff are from a safety standpoint, but so they can also identify changes in patients’ condition in real-time. “We are excited to partner with PointClickCare to help their home health providers save time, and simplify EVV compliance,” said Andrew Kaboff, Founder and Chief Revenue Officer, CellTrak. “Our shared commitment to providing best-in-class care for our seniors makes this partnership a natural fit.” Check out this webinar recording to learn more about this partnership and how PointClickCare is working with CellTrak to help simplify EVV compliance. About PointClickCare With a suite of fully-integrated applications powered by cloud-based healthcare software, PointClickCare leads the way in helping care providers connect, collaborate, and share data within their network. Over 21,000 long-term and post-acute care providers and over 1,300 hospitals use PointClickCare today, making it the North American healthcare IT market leader for the senior care industry. For more information on PointClickCare’s software solutions, visit www.pointclickcare.com. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210224005054/en/ CONTACT: Kathryn McMahon Arrigg [email protected] 860-913-9696 KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CANADA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: HEALTH TECHNOLOGY HOSPITALS PRACTICE MANAGEMENT OTHER HEALTH MANAGED CARE SOFTWARE SOURCE: PointClickCare Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/24/2021 09:00 AM/DISC: 02/24/2021 09:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210224005054/en Local NewsBusiness WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest Pinterest Facebookcenter_img TAGS  By Digital AIM Web Support – April 6, 2021 Twitter Twitter PointClickCare Partners with CellTrak to Provide Electronic Visit Verification for Home Health Care Providers Previous articleSpiff Appoints Leslie Stretch to Its Board of DirectorsNext articleFormer aide says Cuomo kissed her, suggested strip poker Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

Killian Donnelly & Matt Henry Will Lead London’s Kinky Boots

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first_imgEverybody Say Yeah! Killian Donnelly and Matt Henry will star in London’s Kinky Boots. The West End premiere of The Tony-winning tuner, which features a score by Cyndi Lauper and a book by Harvey Fierstein, will begin performances on August 21 and officially open on September 15 at the Adelphi Theatre.Joining Donnelly (Memphis) as Charlie and Henry (The Voice) as Lola will be Amy Lennox (Tracks) as Lauren, Jamie Baughan (Chicago) as Don, Amy Ross (Sunny Afternoon) as Nicola and Michael Hobbs (Darling of the Day) as George.Based on the 2005 film and inspired by a true story, Kinky Boots follows Charlie Price, an aspiring young businessman who, after the death of his father, is forced to give up his dreams of living in London in order to save his family’s fledgling shoe factory in Northern England. Charlie finds inspiration in Lola, a fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos. As the unlikely pair works to turn the factory around, they find they have more in common than initially expected.The cast will also include Gemma Atkins, Paul Ayers, Jeremy Batt, Arun Blair-Mangat, Marcus Collins, Emma Crossley, Jordan Fox, Callum Francis, Robert Grose, Gillian Hardie, Chloe Hart, Sophie Isaacs, Luke Jackson, Robert Jones, Adam Lake, Catherine Millsom, Sean Needham, Tim Prottey-Jones, Verity Quade, Javier Santos, Dominic Tribuzio, Alan Vicary, Michael Vinsen and Bleu Woodward.Kinky Boots opened on Broadway in 2013 and won six Tony Awards that year, including Best Musical. In addition to the Broadway production, the show is currently touring the U.S. and a Toronto staging is scheduled for this summer at the Royal Alexandra Theatre. View Commentslast_img read more

Forster enjoying life at Saints

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first_imgAdam Lallana, Rickie Lambert and Luke Shaw may have left Southampton in the summer, but Fraser Forster credits the England trio for helping him take up the “fantastic opportunity” to move to St Mary’s. Press Association But, even though the season may still be in its infancy, such talk already looks wide of the mark, with Tuesday’s 2-1 Capital One Cup win at Arsenal making it five successive wins in all competitions. That form sees Ronald Koeman’s men sit second in the Barclays Premier League, with the Dutchman making light work of blending in eight summer acquisitions. “The atmosphere in the training room is something really special,” summer signing Forster said. “There is a real kind of togetherness. Everyone is a great lad. “As soon as you walk in the door you’re made to feel really welcome, that is key when you come to a new club, everyone helps you settle. “There is that real togetherness and that eagerness for the players to perform and to help each other out. We’ve all settled really quickly. “It’s been a great start, but it’s only a start and it’s important we keep moving forward.” Forster left behind Champions League football with Celtic to move south of the border, with the £10million deal making him the most expensive British goalkeeper of all-time. He insists the move was not related to ambitions of usurping Joe Hart as England’s number one, but instead more about the chance to try his hand at top-flight football in his homeland. Saints endured a summer of upheaval, with manager Mauricio Pochettino swiftly followed out of the door by a host of key players. Lallana, Lambert and Dejan Lovren all joined Liverpool, while Shaw moved to Manchester United and Calum Chambers left for Arsenal. In the wake of the exodus l eading bookmakers dramatically cut the odds on the south coast side being relegated. “For me, it’s important to come down and play Premier League football,” Forster said. “Just to come and do as well as I can for Southampton, first and foremost. “I felt it was the right time and it was a fantastic opportunity and one that I could never have turned down. “It’s a fantastic club to play for and everyone said that. I spoke to Adam Lallana quite a lot in the summer and as soon as the opportunity arose he was very complimentary about the club and said I’d love it. “I’m delighted that was the choice I made. It’s important that I play well week by week and see where it takes me.” Lallana, Shaw and Lambert all spoke glowingly about Saints, with the latter’s success something he would love to replicate. “Five years ago me and Rickie were at Bristol Rovers,” Forster said. “It’s been good to be at a World Cup together five years on. “He’s a top player. He sums up what you can do at this club. He’s really performed well. He’s been an absolute legend for this club coming up through the divisions. “I can’t speak highly enough of the England boys who were here last season and they have not got a bad word to say about the place. They will be the first ones to say what a fantastic club it is to play for.” last_img read more