Patient case management software improves quality of care and, ultimately, patient experience by optimizing the coordination of care across a hospital, practice, or ancillary care clinic. Patient case management software centralizes aspects of patient care such as scheduling, charting, treatment planning, and medical billing to accurately determine the health status of a patient. Case managers can utilize patient case management software to facilitate clinical communication and collaboration, as well as deliver better post-discharge care. Therefore, patients, too, benefit from effective patient case management software, which can offer them personalized services tools similar to an interactive patient care system (IPC) that they would have had access to during treatment.
To qualify for inclusion in the Patient Case Management category, a product must:
AccuCare allows clinicians in substance abuse treatment and behavioral health to quickly and easily enter client information and track outcomes. The web-based system allows the database to be accessed from any computer with internet access, giving clinicians a centralized and integrated workflow.
NextGate's Relation Registry enhances care coordination by providing a patient-centered view of data across systems. Providers can easily identify who else is on their patient's care team as well as who should receive patient summaries, lab reports and other important documentation.
Seneca combines case and practice management into a single, intuitively designed legal software solution that supports your exact needs. Seneca helps you to work more efficiently so that you can spend more time on your cases , from more accurate reporting to easier management of both your documents and financials.
Sumac is a leading case management and services delivery system designed for a broad range of human service organizations including: counselling, support groups, mental and behavioral health, hospices, disability support, international relief, human services, food banks, shelters, outreach, education, mediation, and residential services.