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Alora Home Health Software has been designed to help manage all aspects of a home health care agency, including the clinical, operational, and financial components.
Alora home health care software is capable of billing all payers, including, Medicare, Medicaid/Waiver, Managed Care, Medicare Advantage, Commercial Insurance, VA, and Private Pay.
Alora is an enterprise home health EMR platform that can handle the home health care spectrum, including home health, personal care, hospice, private duty, and pediatric home care.
Alora Home Health Software Empowers Agencies with:
Alora Home Health Software helps agencies stay compliant every day so that you will always be ready to face surveyors from your state or accreditation agency anytime. Every year, hundreds of Alora customers pass their surveys by ACHC, CHAP, and Joint Commission successfully and get certified by Medicare.
Alora has been consistently rated by customers and third-party reviewers as the best home health software for its ease of use and feature-rich solution. Alora’s cloud-based/mobile-ready home health care software can be accessed using smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops. Alora customers have great flexibility to choose devices that are convenient for them.
Alora offers native offline applications for iPhone, iPad, Android phones, and tablets that allow clinicians to document at a patient’s home and capture signatures, without needing the Internet.
Alora is an all-in-one software for homecare agencies. Alora helps homecare agencies go paperless and streamline workflow – achieving increased efficiency, accuracy, and compliance – all at an affordable cost.
Alora Home Care Software has been designed around the concept of simplicity. Whether your agency provides personal care, companion care, private duty home care, or other non-medical services, Alora can help your agency thrive.
Alora Home Care Software helps agencies grow by providing the tools necessary to improve their front-line care and back-office management.
The Benefits of Alora’s Cloud-Based Home Care Software:
Consistently rated as the best home care software by customers and third-party reviewers alike, Alora provides the easiest to use and feature-rich solution to help agencies thrive.
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Home Health Software that’s simple…Alora helps agencies perform better by simplifying their delivery and management of care. Our cloud-based, mobile-ready home health care software – exceptionally easy to use – covers all aspects of an agency operation, from frontline care to back-office administration.
Beyond the software, every facet of our interaction with agencies is designed with simplicity in mind – to serve their needs quickly and completely.
What kind of software should I get for my agency? What are the standard features I should look for when seeking the best home health software for both the front office and caregivers in the field? What is the difference between home health software, home care software, home health care software, and hospice software? Is home health care software better for startup agencies or well-established agencies? This Questions and Answers section is intended to serve as a good starting point on what you should know about choosing homecare software.
Q: What is Home Health software?
A: Home Health software (which can often be called homecare software, or home health care software) is a type of healthcare information technology (abbreviated by some as HIT) utilized as the central tool for the information and processing of home health-related data. Home health software is engineered specifically for companies employing home health providers, and additionally, government entities that track payments to home health care providers.
Q: What is home health software used for?
A: Home Health Software is used by agencies, their administrators, caregivers, and owners as they serve various types of patients. These software systems allow agencies to handle the spectrum of essential tasks including tracking payments to home health care providers, handling day-to-day workflow, and facilitating compliance through features and functionality designed for those purposes.
Q: Are different kinds of home health software available to all agencies?
A: Depending on the provider and the agency type, there are clinical and non-clinical versions of home health software available. Some agencies operate primarily in medicare certified skilled care, while others may offer non-skilled care (or some combination of both). Agencies that have multiple business lines that may include palliative or hospice care, personal care, and physical therapy may operate more efficiently with home health software that accommodates multiple offerings.
Q: How much does Home Health software cost?
A: There are numerous home health software vendors in the U.S and global market, with prices ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars monthly or annually, depending on the business model of the provider. The annual cost is also influenced by factors such as patient census, number of users, add-ons and integrations, and other considerations.
Q: Do I need to have home health software to succeed as a home health care business?
A: While home health software simplifies processes, allowing agencies to perform day-to-day functions faster and generally with greater efficiency than agencies manually operating on paper, there is no official mandate imposed on home health agencies requiring the use of home health software. It is worth noting that following the passage of the 21st Century Cures Act, EVV software (electronic visit verification) is mandated in most states. Some home health software feature integrated EVV functionality.
Q: How should I choose Home Health Software?
A: There are numerous considerations that should come into play as an agency decides the best software to use. Affordability, number of features, billing and payroll capabilities, integrations, reviews, ease of use, are all important factors. For more information on reviewing vendor offerings, read our related blog How do I choose the best home health software
Q: What are some of the additional benefits of Home Health software?
A: Automation of manually time-consuming processes, handling workflow without relying on paper (or the mistakes that are associated with agency management using non-digital methods), digital records keeping, centralized workflow within a single system, possible integrations with compliance requirements like EVV and billing requirements.
Q: How long does it take to implement home health software?
A: Onboarding procedures vary depending on the home health software vendor. Agencies can expect a wide variety of implementation times ranging from a few days to several weeks depending on the size of the agency.
Q: Is home health software needed for a startup agency?
A: Many startups are recommended by home health consultants and industry peers to have a software in place as they open due to changing regulatory requirements (EVV, NOA, OASIS, HIPAA etc), coupled with the advantages of going paperless paired with the ability to have everyone on staff using the same system. There are currently no states that mandate having home health software in place to begin seeing patients in the U.S.
Q: Can I use home health software on mobile devices?
A: Most major home health software providers are mobile-ready, with some exceptions. When choosing a vendor, take time to determine if their software offers full, partial, or no mobile capability.
Q: What does “Cloud-based” home health software mean?
A: Cloud based simply means that the software is deployed on a cloud system maintained by a software vendor. Off-site maintenance of a cloud system results in a lower cost to the home health agency and provides access to the agency’s data from off-site locations. Cloud-based systems for home health care agency management require internet access generally.