Long-Term Care: Maintain a high-quality continuum of care while simplifying your regulatory reporting

Continuity of care is sometimes an elusive goal for patients who transfer between hospitals and long-term care facilities. With Healthland Long-Term Care, you’re assured of accurate, up-to-date, and immediately accessible patient information, regardless of where the care is delivered. Long-Term Care also contains the latest version of CMS-required Minimum Data Set (MDS) documentation.

This extended care health information system shares essential clinical information—including medication profile, physician orders, lab results, allergies, and discharge summaries—with your Healthland Electronic Health Record (EHR) system. This accelerates transfers and automates billing, reducing the need for duplicate data entry and helping to ensure data accuracy.

Healthland Long-Term Care includes:

Minimum Data Set (MDS) Documentation

Our MDS documentation has the same look as the paper-based MDS form, so your MDS coordinator will quickly become a proficient user. Response filtering helps ensure the accuracy of entries. And CMS edit checks provide assurances that the documentation is complete prior to submission, strengthening compliance and safeguarding your rightful reimbursement.

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Resident Assessment Protocol (RAP) Worksheets

RAP worksheets are automatically created from the MDS responses, saving valuable staff time. You may identify a list of worksheets to be generated for documentation purposes.

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Clinical Documentation

Entries include care plans, vitals, intake and output monitoring, assessments, and progress notes. You may also enter information for facility-specific forms. This extended care health information system can automatically create care plans using assessment findings or the answers from forms. Progress note templates can help your organization to standardize charting.

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HCFA 672/802 Reports

Healthland Long-Term Care generates 672/802 reports from MDS data, allowing you to easily fulfill surveyor requests within the allotted timeframe. At a maintenance screen, users can track changes in a resident’s condition between MDS assessments, ensuring that the survey contains up-to-date information.

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