WellSky Hospice (formerly Kinnser Hospice® and Consolo) was built in collaboration with hospices to address the challenges agencies face every day. Our goal was to develop software that aligned with real world processes, and also made team members more efficient. The result is a comprehensive, integrated point-of-care and back-office hospice software solution that is intuitive, clear, and hassle-free.
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“I have increased my census by 20% with no additional staff because of the efficiency that [WellSky Home Health] brings to my agency.”
In the last 12 months, American home health agencies performed more than 34 million billable visits using WellSky Home Health.
“[WellSky Home Health] makes it very easy for me to be more successful at what I do as an owner and as a leader…Honestly I think [WellSky Home Health] is awesome. I would absolutely recommend [WellSky Home Health].”
More than 4,500 home health, private duty, therapy, and hospice agencies use WellSky solutions.
“The biggest return on investment that [WellSky Home Health] has given our agency is the ability to run more efficient, productive processes that ultimately result in a happy staff and timely billing.”
“[WellSky Home Health] gives me the peace of mind that I can log in at any point in time and go into the financial information and know exactly how we’re doing.”
Across WellSky’s 4K+ home health and hospice customers, 200K+ daily tasks are completed, $11B+ Medicare claims are processed, 93M+ visits are scheduled, and 800K patients are served each year.
“The DONs used to chase clinicians around for their paperwork. Now, we can easily keep track of all patient information, and clinicians submit their notes twice as fast.”
“We wanted to go paperless, we wanted point of care, and we wanted software that would position us for growth. [WellSky] delivered all that and more.”
“As the Chief Clinical Officer, I can use WellSky’s dashboard feature to monitor documentation times on the go using my iPad.”