The Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County (VHOCC) has been providing end-of-life care – at no cost – to patients for decades. Nestled on the Washington state peninsula, the hospice serves a census of about 120 patients with a handful of administrative staff members and almost a dozen nurses.
In past years, Astrid Raffinpeyloz, Volunteer Services Manager, and Betsy Warren, Nurse Supervisor, found it cumbersome to rely on completing everyday tasks on paper form. From pulling up reports for nurses to writing to-do items on a calendar, everything started to get confusing and difficult to track.
But that all changed when they turned to Net Health Optima Hospice last summer. Since then, the software solution has provided convenience and ease-of-use on a number of features and functionalities. With an internal messaging system in place, easy-to-read digital reports and a system that is HIPPA-compliant, staff members no longer need to fuss around with paper documents or unmanageable processes.
“Everything is stored within the HIPPA-compliant universe, which has been very solid and helpful for us,” said Betsy.
With easy access to patient data, Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County can now decide how to best operate and manage day-to-day responsibilities with an EHR software solution that is both fluid and seamless.
Read more about how partnering with Net Health Optima Hospice delivered for Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County (VHOCC) below.
Net Health® Optima Hospice Helps Modernize Patient Data and Care for Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County