Homecare Information Software and Services Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016

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WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on homecare information software and services. The 2010 study has 497 pages, 184 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the healthcare providers worldwide move to more cost efficient healthcare modalities. Vendors are building out localized direct sales organizations, distribution partnerships, and e©commerce sites that support a home care information systems brand in every region.
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Homecare is more cost efficient than nursing home or hospital care, every patient would rather stay at home if possible. As new homecare agencies proliferate in the U.S. and worldwide, one-third of homecare agencies in U.S. markets have closed or been acquired in the past five years due to the economic downturn and lack of profitability.
Challenged with declining reimbursements, a nursing shortage and low productivity even as new agencies open, there has been significant industry consolidation. Automated process brought by homecare information systems addresses management team issues. Existing providers need to improve overall operations to address these issues.
Several new studies provide large-scale, independent, quantified proof of the value of healthcare information technology have. Users can utilize the scheduling notes to alert other staff of patient preferences or supplies needed in the home. Maestro intuitive process flow provides users with many reminders, including when a patient is out of orders, when a supervisory visit is required, or when a procedure needs to be completed during a visit.
Information systems are a significant part of the home care delivery systems. Software leverages the efficiency of clinical process in ways that have never become possible before. The system leverages virtually all the administrative and financial information needed to run a successful home care company. Information can be gathered right from the charts.
The significance of integration systems is not yet realized in homecare information systems. However, as patients move from one care venue to another, the patient record is going to need to move with them. The hand©held, computer©based system guides home care clinicians through the entire patient care process. Clinicians can use structured record guides. The systems automate reporting. The market opportunity for the homecare information services providers is to enable consolidation of the 35,000 small agencies worldwide into a few large services providers. These few services providers then become customers for the homecare information services systems. Homecare information systems will be enhanced by partnerships with IBM to leverage information analytics systems.
Worldwide homecare information systems markets at $2 billion in 2009 are expected to reach $4.8 billion by 2016. Constraints on home healthcare spending in some types of coverage are more than offset by a shift away from nursing home care to assisted living homecare.
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HOMECARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS EXECUTIVE SUMMARYHomecare Cost Efficient, Effective Care DeliveryHomecare Information Systems Market SharesHomecare Information Systems Market ForecastsDYNAMICS
1. HOMECARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS1.1 Home Health Care1.1.1 Home Health Quality Care1.1.2 Medicare1.1.3 Medicaid1.2 Home Care Services Payors1.2.1 Self-pay1.2.2 Public Third-party Payors: Medicare1.2.3 Public Third-party Payors: Medicaid1.2.4 Public Third-party Payors: Older Americans Act (OAA)1.2.5 Veterans Administration1.2.6 Social Services Block Grant Programs1.2.7 Community Organizations1.2.8 Private Third-party Payors1.3 Types of Home Care Agencies1.3.1 Nursing care1.3.2 Physical therapy1.3.3 Occupational therapy1.3.4 Speech therapy1.3.5 Social workers1.3.6 Home health aides/home care aides1.3.7 Homemaker/Attendant Care1.3.8 Volunteers1.4 Homecare Information System Software Market Shifts1.4.1 Characteristics Particular To The Homecare Information System Market1.4.2 Implementation Depends On Documentation Of Each Discipline Needs1.4.3 Home Care Services Billing Issues1.4.4 Prospective Payment System (PPS)1.4.5 Managed Care Requirements1.4.6 Oasis Home Health Agencies1.5 Need For Automation Of Home Care Companies1.6 Homecare Information Technology Industry1.6.1 History Of Low Investment In Healthcare Information Technology1.6.2 Market Driving Forces For Worldwide Homecare Information Systems1.6.3 Treatment Trends1.6.4 Home Healthcare Delivery Industry1.6.5 Competition Forms Basis Of U.S. Medical Care Services Delivery1.6.6 Science And Medical Technology1.7 Benefits Of Home Care1.7.1 Home Health Saves Medicare Billions1.8 Demographic Trends Driving Home Care1.8.1 Mainstreaming Of People With Disabilities1.8.2 Recovery And Active Lifestyles Of Disabled Portion of the Population1.9 Healthcare Equipment Industry1.9.1 Reimbursement Drives Healthcare Equipment Industry1.9.2 Home Medical Equipment Industry Segments1.10 Marketing Globally1.10.1 U.S. Healthcare Delivery Industry1.10.2 Competition Forms Basis Of U.S. Medical Care Services Delivery1.10.3 European Homecare Market Trends1.11 Hospital and Home Care Services Billing Issues1.11.1 Managed Care Requirements1.12 Market Drivers For Healthcare Cost Containment1.12.1 Managed Care Organization Impact1.12.2 Reasons Home Health Care Has Gained Wide-Spread Acceptance1.12.3 Managed Care Change In The Healthcare Industry1.12.4 Homecare For People With Long Term Disabilities1.12.5 Health Care Cost Containment Trends1.12.6 Medicare Reimbursement Guide for Power Wheelchair Drive Control Systems1.12.7 Managed Care Organization Impact1.13 Reasons Home Health Care Has Gained Wide-Spread Acceptance1.13.1 Managed Care Change In The Healthcare Industry1.13.2 Homecare For People With Long Term Disabilities1.14 Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Distribution1.14.1 Delivery Of Non-Acute Health Care1.14.2 Leveraging Distribution Channels1.14.3 Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Positioning1.15 Increased Need For Information Technology1.15.1 Medical Error1.16 Shortcomings Of Traditional Healthcare Information Systems1.17 Homecare Information Systems Market Strategy1.17.1 Integrated Healthcare Information Technology Solutions1.17.2 Flexible Product-Delivery Options1.17.3 Leveraging Existing Customer Base1.18 Homecare Information Systems Market Trends1.18.1 Clinician Support For Spending Less Time At The Desktop And More Time Taking Care Of Patients
2. HOMECARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND SERVICES, MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS2.1 Homecare Agencies2.2 Homecare Information Systems Market Shares2.2.1 Allscripts Homecare / Misys Healthcare Systems’2.2.2 McKesson Horizon Homecare Information Systems2.2.3 Cerner BeyondNow2.2.4 Meditech2.2.5 Meditech / Patient Care Technologies2.2.6 Allscripts Homecare2.2.7 Siemens Health Services / Home Health Solutions2.2.8 Fujitsu Homecare Information Systems2.2.9 GE Centricity® Solutions2.2.10 Lewis’ Financial Services Division2.2.11 Login Soft2.2.12 Santrax2.2.13 ContinuLink Cloud SaaS Solutions2.2.14 Procura Home Care Across the Continuum of Care2.3 Homecare Information Systems Market Forecasts2.3.1 Homecare Information Systems, SOA, Tablet Devices, and Wireless Handset Market Forecasts2.4 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Homecare Systems Market Shares, First Three Quarters 20092.4.1 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Homecare Systems Market Shares2.4.2 IBM SOA Business Integration Foundation Systems2.4.3 IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository2.4.4 Tibco Services Oriented Architecture SOA2.4.5 Microsoft SOA Application Platform2.4.6 Microsoft Application Platform.NET Framework2.4.7 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Homecare Systems Market Forecasts2.4.8 Homecare Information Service Orientated Architecture (SOA) Market Forecasts2.5 Home Medical Information Systems Market Segments2.5.1 3G and 4G Handheld Wireless Devices2.5.2 Use Of POC Technology In Homecare2.6 Home Medical Consolidated Information Systems Market Driving Forces2.7 Homecare Services Oriented Architecture Market Driving Forces2.7.1 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Components2.7.2 SOA Middleware Means That Information Can Be Left Where It Is And Operated On From That Place2.7.3 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Market Driving Forces2.8 Technological Trends Impact on Demand for Homecare Services2.8.1 Benefits of Integration Solutions2.9 Number Of Home Healthcare And Hospice Agencies2.10 Geographical Segments2.11 Healthcare Industry Shifts
3. HOMECARE SOFTWARE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION3.1 McKesson HBOC3.1.1 McKesson Homecare Systems Improve Patient Outcomes3.1.2 McKesson Horizon Homecare™ Documentation Applications3.1.3 McKesson Home Care Solutions3.1.4 McKesson Horizon Homecare Advanced Clinical Software3.1.5 McKesson Horizon Clinical Guideline Terms And Components3.1.6 McKesson Horizon HomeCare ROI3.1.7 Allscripts Homecare3.1.8 Allscripts Homecare Software3.1.9 Allscripts Home Care Claims Reimbursement3.1.10 Allscripts Field Personnel Access To Clinical Data At The Point Of Care3.1.11 Allscripts Clinical3.1.12 Allscripts OASIS3.1.13 Allscripts Library Of Interdisciplinary, Problem-Related Care Plans3.1.14 Allscripts Keeps Patient Care On Track.3.1.15 Allscripts Homecare Scheduling3.1.16 Allscripts Homecare Software Modules3.1.17 Allscripts Homecare Billing3.1.18 Allscripts Homecare Billing Reporting3.1.19 Allscripts Homecare Reporting Features3.1.20 Allscripts Telemonitoring3.1.21 Allscripts Homecare Speeds and Simplifies Physician Review And Approval Of Orders3.1.22 Allscripts Homecare Physicians Portal Module3.1.23 Allscripts Homecare General Ledger3.2 Cerner BeyondNow3.2.1 Cerner BeyondNow Outcomes Management3.2.2 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch3.2.3 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Positioning3.2.4 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Verified Visits Interface Sends Information Automatically To The Billing Application3.3 Meditech3.3.1 Meditech Intake3.3.2 Meditech Scheduling Process3.3.3 Meditech Care Delivery/Plan-of-Care Management3.3.4 Meditech Telemanagement Process3.3.5 Meditech Billing3.3.6 Meditech Telemonitoring And Telehealth For Home Health Agencies3.3.7 Meditech Telemanagement Process In-Home Device3.4 Login Soft3.5 ContinuLink3.5.1 ContinuLink Internet System3.6 Santrax Homecare Information Systems Telephony Solutions3.6.1 Santrax Delivered Through The Web3.7 NDSI Healthcare3.7.1 NDSI Healthcare nHome Complete and HomePRO3.8 HealthWare3.8.1 HealthWare Platforms3.8.2 HealthWare Full Featured System3.8.3 HealthWare System Applications3.9 Sajix3.10 Healthcare Automation3.10.1 Healthcare Automation HomecareNet Mobile Medication Reconciliation Automation3.11 Indura Systems3.11.1 Indura Systems IGEA HHC Best Process Advanced Solution For Home Health Care3.11.2 Indura Systems Main Modules3.11.3 Indura Systems IGEA Point Of Care (iPOC) POE3.12 TagtronicsCare Home Care Software3.12.1 TagtronicsCare Comprehensive Home Care Agency Software3.12.2 TagtronicsCare All-inclusive UK Home Care Management System3.12.3 TagtronicsCareElectronic Monitoring Software3.12.4 TagtronicsCare Comprehensive Reporting3.12.5 TagtronicsCare Lone Worker Device3.12.6 Accounting Systems Technology / Visions Home Health Software3.12.7 Accounting Systems Technology Visions Home Health3.13 IMA Technologies CaseTrakker© Software3.13.1 IMA Technologies Tools To Help Care Management Professionals3.14 Lewis3.14.1 Lewis Patron Point-of-Care Module3.14.2 Lewis Prompt 83.14.3 Lewis’ Financial Services
4. HOMECARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY4.1 Homecare Information Systems Requirements4.1.1 Internet Protocol (IP) Mission Critical Functionality4.2 Homecare Information Systems Toolkits4.2.1 Process Management Toolkits4.3 Homecare Information Systems-Services4.4 Internet4.4.1 Upgrading Software4.4.2 End-To-End Flow From The Security Viewpoint4.4.3 Homecare Information Systems Services Security Policy Configuration4.4.4 Role Of Mission Critical Middleware Messaging4.4.5 IBM Mission-Critical Functionality4.4.6 IBM Websphere MQ Messaging Software4.4.7 Linking Internal Operations4.5 Homecare Information Systems Product Technology4.5.1 Windows Interface4.5.2 SQL Server4.5.3 Misys Caché4.5.4 Server Monitor4.5.5 Field Synchronization4.6 State-Of-The-Art Security4.6.1 Misys Portal and Document Manager Module4.7 HL7 Interface & Accounting Exports4.8 Testing Services As An Extension Of Homecare4.9 Web Services4.9.1 Services Guarantee Compliance4.9.2 Outcomes Monitoring4.9.3 Web Services Key Standards4.9.4 Web Services Definition4.10 Web Services Architecture4.11 Distributed Service Discovery Methods4.11.1 Web Services Positioning4.12 OASIS4.13 SOAP4.13.1 SOAP Framework4.13.2 Framework For Developing Web Services4.13.3 Apache SOAP4.13.4 Load Balancer With SSL Support4.13.5 Points Of Failure4.13.6 SOAP Limitations4.13.7 SOAP Protocol Uses Multi-Step Process4.13.8 Framework Benefits4.13.9 SOAP Test Strategies4.13.10 SOAP Solutions4.14 WSDL4.14.1 WSDL Service Descriptions4.15 UDDI Registry4.15.1 UDDI Test Registries4.15.2 UDDI Distributed Web Service Discovery4.15.3 UDDI Consortium4.15.4 WS-Inspection Document Extensibility4.16 Language XSLT Home Health Resource Groups (HHRGs)4.17 CMS Official Definitions Regarding The Plan of Care4.18 The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 20094.19 Allscripts Homecare Technology4.19.1 Allscripts Homecare Scalable Three-Tier Architecture4.19.2 Allscripts Homecare Familiar Windows Interface4.19.3 Allscripts Homecare SQL Server4.19.4 Server Monitor puts you in control4.19.5 Field synchronization4.19.6 Allscripts Homecare State-Of-The-Art Security4.19.7 Allscripts Homecare HL74.19.8 Allscripts Electronic Health Record For Homecare4.19.9 US National Health Expenditure Projections 2008-20184.20 Science And Medical Technology4.20.1 Physical Therapy4.20.2 Treatment Trends4.21 Wheel Chair Technological Trends4.21.1 Power Wheelchairs4.21.2 Sport Wheelchairs4.21.3 Lightweight Wheelchairs4.21.4 Transport Wheelchairs (Folding)
5. HOMECARE SOFTWARE COMPANY PROFILES5.1 Accounting Systems Technology5.2 Advantage Reimbursement5.3 Aprima Medical Software5.3.1 Aprima Strategic Partnerships5.3.2 Aprima Medical Software Strategic Partnership with Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO®)5.3.3 Aprima Reseller Agreement With Networking and Information Services (NIS-Systems)5.4 CareCentric5.4.1 CareCentric Homecare Solutions5.4.2 CareCentric Billing Software5.5 Cerner5.5.1 Cerner Systems View Creating Client Value5.5.2 Cerner Clinical Core5.5.3 Cerner Millennium Unified Information Architecture5.5.4 Cerner BeyondNow Business Partners5.6 ContinuLink Health Technologies, LLC5.6.1 ContinuLink Health Technologies Partners5.6.2 ContinuLink – A Web-based Software Solution5.7 Dynatronics5.8 Fujitsu WebCare ROI5.9 GE Centricity® Solutions5.9.1 GE Healthcare5.10 Healthcare Automation5.10.1 Healthcare Automation ‘Spins Off’ Advantage Reimbursement to Increase Market Share5.10.2 HAI Flagship Product, HomecareNet5.10.3 Healthcare Automation Strategic Partners5.11 HealthWare5.12 IMA Technologies5.12.1 IMA Technologies CaseTrakker© Software5.13 Lawson Software5.13.1 Lawson Software / VasTech5.14 Lewis’ Financial Services Division5.14.1 Lewis Homecare Information Systems ROI5.15 LoginSoft5.16 McKesson5.16.1 McKesson Pharmaceutical5.16.2 McKesson Provider Technologies5.16.3 McKesson Medical-Surgical5.16.4 Parata Systems5.16.5 McKesson Pharmacy Systems5.16.6 McKesson Health Solutions5.16.7 McKesson Specialty Care Solutions5.16.8 McKesson Patient Relationship Solutions5.16.9 Zee Medical5.16.10 Moore Medical5.16.11 RelayHealth5.16.12 Plasma and BioLogics5.16.13 McKesson Corporation Revenue5.16.14 CDC Selects McKesson To Distribute the H1N1 Flu Vaccine5.16.15 McKesson Revenue5.17 Medical Computer Systems5.18 Meditech / Patient Care Technologies5.18.1 Meditech5.18.2 Meditech PtCT OASIS Positioning5.18.3 Meditech Maestro Streamlining Processes, Increasing Efficiency5.19 Networking & Information Services (NIS) Systems5.20 Procura5.20.1 Procura Key Home Care Issues5.20.2 Procura Solution5.20.3 Procura Home Care Acros s the Continuum of Care5.20.4 Procura Industry Partners5.21 Profium5.22 QuikPlan Limited5.22.1 QuikPlan Main Menu5.22.2 The Way QuikPlan Looks5.23 RCS:5.24 Sajix5.24.1 Sajix Incentive To Doctors To Replace EMR And/Or Practice Management5.24.2 Sajix Reseller Group5.24.3 Sajix iHelix On Demand Solution5.25 SAS5.25.1 SAS Global Reach, Local Presence5.25.2 SAS Financial strength5.25.3 SAS Sustainability5.26 Siemens Healthcare5.27 ZirMed:5.28 Government Agencies With Homecare ResponsibilityList of Table: 

Table ES-1 Homecare Information Systems Market Driving ForcesFigure ES-2 Homecare Information Systems License Shipments and Maintenance Services Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2009Table ES-3 Homecare Information Systems Software Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016Figure 1-1 Number of US Homecare and Hospice AgenciesFigure 1-2 US Homecare Payment SourceFigure 1-3 US Homecare Patients Receiving HelpTable 1-4 Home Health Quality of Care MeasuresTable 1-4 (Continued) Home Health Quality of Care MeasuresTable 1-4 (Continued) Home Health Quality of Care MeasuresTable 1-5 Senior Homecare AssessmentTable 1-5 (Continued) Senior Homecare AssessmentTable 1-5 (Continued) Senior Homecare AssessmentTable 1-6 Medicare Program Payment ConditionsTable 1-7 Home Care Services PayorsTable 1-8 Homecare Information System Software CharacteristicsTable 1-8 (Continued) Homecare Information System Software CharacteristicsTable 1-9 Market Characteristics For Evaluation of Homecare Information System Software VendorsTable 1-10 Home Care Services Billing IssuesTable 1-11 JCAHO ORYX RequirementsTable 1-11 (Continued) JCAHO ORYX RequirementsTable 1-12 Home Care Standard Services ProvidedTable 1-13 Home Care Specialty Services ProvidedTable 1-14 Home Market Information System Software Market SegmentTable 1-15 Factors Relating To Value Of Home Health Care Over Institutional CareTable 1-16 Studies Illustrate Patients Choose Home CareTable 1-17 Home Health SavingsTable 1-18 Home Healthcare Services Target MarketsTable 1-19 Home Medical Equipment Market SegmentsTable 1-21 Home Care Services Billing IssuesTable 1-22 Home Care Services Billing Changes NeededTable 1-23 JCAHO ORYX RequirementsTable 1-23 (Continued) JCAHO ORYX RequirementsTable 1-24 Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market PositioningTable 1-24 Continued) Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market PositioningTable 1-25 Strategies For Offering Technology Solutions To The Home Healthcare IndustryTable 1-26 Homecare Information Systems Market TrendsTable 2-1 Homecare Information Systems Market Driving ForcesTable 2-2 Homecare Market Driving ForcesTable 2-3 Physician Information Systems Market ParticipantsFigure 2-4 Homecare Information Systems License Shipments and Maintenance Services Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2009Table 2-5 Homecare Information Systems License Shipments and Maintenance Services Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2009Table 2-6 Homecare Information Systems Software Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016Table 2-7 Homecare Information Systems Software Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016Figure 2-8 Homecare Information Systems Software, SOA Software, Tablet Entry Devices, and Wireless Handset Systems Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016Table 2-9 Homecare Information Systems Software, SOA Software, Tablet Entry Devices, and Wireless Handset Systems Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016Figure 2-10 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Homecare Systems Market Shares, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2009Table 2-11 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Homecare Information Systems Market Shares, First Three Quarters 2009Figure 2-12 Homecare Information Systems SOA Software Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016Table 2-13 Number of U.S. Home Health and Hospice Care Agencies 2009Figure 2-14 Medicare Home Health Agency Program Payments:Figure 2-15 U.S. Personal Health Care Expenditures as a Percent of Gross Domestic Product:Calendar Years 1980-2018Figure 2-16 Total Personal Health Care Expenditures For 1960 Were $23.3 BillionTable 2-17 Benefits Experienced By Clinicians Using Laptops At The Point Of CareTable 2-18 Functionality That Laptops And Tablets Provide Agency Full-Time,Professional EmployeesTable 2-19 Laptop or 3G and 4G Handheld Wireless Devices UsersTable 2-20 Home Medical Market Driving ForcesTable 2-21 Home Medical Information Systems Market Driving ForcesTable 2-24 Benefits of Integration SolutionsFigure 2-25 Homecare Software Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2009Table 2-26 Homecare Software Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2009Table 2-27 Clinical And Management Information Systems FunctionsTable 3-1 McKesson Homecare Information Systems ProductsTable 3-2 Horizon Homecare™ Suite Of Home Care Documentation Applications BenefitsTable 3-3 Horizon Homecare™ Suite Documentation FeaturesTable 3-4 McKesson Horizon Homecare Agency Management Module BenefitsTable 3-5 McKesson Horizon Homecare Clinical Information ManagementTable 3-6 McKesson Horizon Homecare Module FunctionsTable 3-7 McKesson Horizon Homecare Advanced Clinical Software BenefitsTable 3-8 McKesson Horizon Homecare Advanced Clinical Software FeaturesTable 3-9 Signs and Symptoms of Circulation DifficultiesTable 3-10 Allscripts Home Care System Major BenefitsTable 3-11 Allscripts Home Care System Benefits:Table 3-12 Allscripts Private Duty And Home Health Solution BenefitsTable 3-13 Allscripts Homecare Software ModulesTable 3-14 Allscripts Homecare Billing FeaturesTable 3-15 Allscripts Homecare PPS Billing FeaturesTable 3-16 Allscripts Homecare PPS Additional Billing Capabilities:Table 3-17 Allscripts Homecare Reporting FeaturesTable 3-18 Allscripts Homecare Reporting FunctionsTable 3-19 Allscripts Homecare Online Physician Review And Approval Of Orders BenefitsTable 3-20 Allscripts Homecare General Ledger ModulesTable 3-21 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch FunctionsTable 3-22 Cerner BeyondNow Telephony Integration Tracking FeaturesTable 3-23 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Telephony ModulesTable 3-24 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Payroll and Billing ModulesTable 3-25 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Documentation ModulesTable 3-26 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch System ModulesTable 3-27 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Automated Process SolutionsTable 3-28 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Automated Process CareplansTable 3-29 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Automated Telecommunications Process SolutionsTable 3-30 Cerner BeyondNow CareWatch Process Solution FunctionsTable 3-31 Meditech Home Care suiteFigure 3-32 Meditech Maestro Process ComponentsFigure 3-33 Meditech well@home – Beyond telemonitoring – TelemanagementFigure 3-34 Meditech Tele-management DeviceTable 3-35 Meditech well@home Device Functions:Table 3-36 well@home Telemonitoring Device Alert ManagementTable 3-37 Login Soft BenefitsTable 3-38 Login Soft Key FeaturesTable 3-39 ContinuLink Software Solution FeaturesTable 3-39 (Continued) ContinuLink Software Solution FeaturesTable 3-39 (Continued) ContinuLink Software Solution FeaturesTable 3-40 ContinuLink FunctionalityTable 3-40 Continued) ContinuLink FunctionalityTable 3-40 (Continued) ContinuLink FunctionalityFigure 3-41 ContinuLinkTable 3-42 Santrax Telephony Benefits:Table 3-42 (Continued) Santrax Telephony Benefits:Table 3-43 Santrax Home Health Care Benefits:Table 3-44 Santrax FunctionalityTable 3-45 Santrax BenefitsTable 3-46 HealthWare Home Health Agencies Productivity FeaturesTable 3-47 HealthWare Home Health Agencies FeaturesTable 3-48 HealthWare Home Health Agencies TechnologyTable 3-49 HealthWare Home Health Agencies PartnersTable 3-50 HealthWare Home Health SuiteTable 3-51 HealthWare Additional Applications/Services Available:Table 3-52 Sajix iHelix Healthcare Information System Solution FeaturesTable 3-53 Sajix iHelix Healthcare Information System Solution ModulesTable 3-54 Sajix iHelix Healthcare Information System Solution System ModulesTable 3-55 Sajix iHelix Healthcare Information System Solution System BenefitsTable 3-56 Sajix iHelix Healthcare Information System Solution System AdvantagesTable 3-57 Healthcare Automation HomecareNet On Demand BenefitsTable 3-58 Indura Homecare SystemsTable 3-59 Indura Homecare Agency SystemsTable 3-60 Indura Homecare Systems FeaturesTable 3-61 Indura Systems Main ModulesTable 3-61 Continued) Indura Systems Main ModulesTable 3-61 (Continued) Indura Systems Main ModulesTable 3-62 Indura Systems Main FeaturesTable 3-62 (Continued) Indura Systems Main FeaturesTable 3-63 Indura Systems Point Of Care (iPOC) FeaturesTable 3-64 Indura Systems iPOC Agency FunctionsFigure 3-65 iPOC Agency DeviceTable 3-66 Indura Systems iPOC Agency FeaturesTable 3-66 (Continued) Indura Systems iPOC Agency FeaturesTable 3-67 Indura Systems iPOC Agency Process Workflow FunctionsTable 3-68 QuikPlan Limited Homecare Software FunctionsTable 3-69 Accounting Systems Technology Visions Tracking Capability Table 3-70 Accounting Systems Technology Visions Tracking FunctionsTable 3-71 Accounting Systems Technology Visions Optional ComponentsTable 3-72 IMA Technologies Care Management Software Management Tools:Table 3-72 (Continued) IMA Technologies Care Management Software Management Tools:Table 3-73 Lewis Prompt 8 PPS Specific FeaturesTable 3-74 Lewis Prompt 8 Features:Table 4-1 Homecare Information Systems RequirementsTable 4-2 Homecare Information Systems FunctionsTable 4-3 Assessment Of Homecare Information Systems Services Tool PositioningTable 4-4 Functions Of An IP Addressing DeviceTable 4-5 Benefits Of an IP Addressing DeviceTable 4-6 Homecare Information Systems Modular StrategyTable 4-7 Homecare Information Systems Component StrategyTable 4-8 Homecare Information Systems Services ChallengeTable 4-9 Internet Market Driving ForcesTable 4-10 Internet Homecare Information Systems Resource ManagementTable 4-11 Homecare Information Systems Services Security Policies EvolutionTable 4-12 Server Authentication MechanismsTable 4-13 Enterprise Messaging Integration FunctionsTable 4-14 Software Application Integration FunctionsTable 4-15 Web Services Common Set Of Standard ProtocolsTable 4-16 Web Services ArchitectureTable 4-16 (Continued) Web Services ArchitectureTable 4-17 SOAP-Based Web Service Production Environment TestingTable 4-18 XSLT Transformation Of XMLTable 4-19 Home Health Resource Groups (HHRGs)Table 4-20 Allscripts Electronic Health Record For HomecareTable 4-21 Allscripts group support:Table 4-22 Selected Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Centers StatisticsFigure 4-23 Trends in the Six Most Frequent Medicare Home Health Agency Diagnoses: Calendar Years 1997 and 2005Table 4-24 Medicare Part A & Part B from the Health Care Information System (HCIS) Home Health Agency National State Summary for Calendar Year 2007Table 4-25 Medicare from the Health Care Information System (HCIS) Hospice Agency National StateTable 4-26 Factors Relating To Value Of Home Health Care Over Institutional CareTable 4-27 Transport Wheelchair FeaturesTable 5-1 CareCentric Homecare SolutionsFigure 5-2 CareCentric Homecare PositioningTable 5-3 CareCentric Billing Software FunctionsTable 5-4 CareCentric Homecare TechnologyTable 5-5 Cerner Millennium® i Unified Information Architecture FunctionsTable 5-6 Cerner BeyondNow Business PartnersTable 5-7 Cerner BeyondNow Homecare PartnersTable 5-8 Healthcare Automation Strategic PartnersFigure 5-9 Healthware Homecare Systems ModulesTable 5-10 HealthWare Microsoft® Web Based Solution Modules For Health Care Information ManagementTable 5-11 IMA Technologies CaseTrakker Software Management Modules:Table 5-12 LoginSoft Homecare Software BenefitsTable 5-13 LoginSoft Homecare Software Key FeaturesTable 5-14 McKesson Healthcare Strategic PositioningTable 5-15 McKesson Business CategoriesTable 5-16 Meditech Target MarketsTable 5-17 Meditech Maestro Electronic Patient Scheduling CapabilitiesTable 5-18 Procura Industry Partners / Strategic PartnersTable 5-18 (Continued) Procura Industry Partners / Strategic PartnersTable 5-18 (Continued) Procura Industry Partners / Strategic PartnersTable 5-18 (Continued) Procura Industry Partners / Strategic PartnersTable 5-18 (Continued) Procura Industry Partners / Strategic PartnersTable 5-19 Procura Key TechnologiesTable 5-19 (Continued) Procura Key TechnologiesTable 5-19 (Continued) Procura Key TechnologiesTable 5-20 Procura Technology AssociationsTable 5-20 (Continued) Procura Technology AssociationsTable 5-20 (Continued) Procura Technology AssociationsTable 5-20 (Continued) Procura Technology AssociationsFigure 5-21 QuikPlan Main Navigation ScreenFigure 5-22 QuikPlan Screens For Making ChangesTable 5-23 QuikPlan Aims And ObjectivesFigure 5-24 Sajix iHelix On Demand Solution Components