WellSky Rehabilitation (formerly MediLinks) helps you provide optimal patient care with software solutions that are designed and optimized to meet regulatory requirement changes, boost staff productivity, and increase revenue.
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Full Solution Suite
WellSky provides solutions which facilitate management and prioritization of orders and specific treatments that must be done for a given patient. Our tools ensure compliance and timely completion of orders and documentation for evaluation, treatment, and discharge management of a patient’s problems, goals, and overall plan of care. Leveraging 25 years of healthcare experience, we deliver a complete solution for the acute care rehabilitation and respiratory settings.
Worklist/Treatment Screen Feature Set
Reduce costs and ensure optimal staff levels at all times with WellSky. Our WTS uses your EHR’s interfaced orders and assigns therapists based on relative value units – helping you properly staff your department.
See why hospitals love WellSky
“I would recommend [WellSky] as a must-have for any respiratory therapy department manager or director.”
In the last 12 months, 20,462 practitioners have trusted WellSky to provide more than 22,269,212 treatments.
“The biggest advantage of using [WellSky] is that we are able to customize our templates and flow sheets according to the type of therapy, or [regulatory] changes whereas with a big box system those changes can take months to implement. “
“[WellSky] has done well keeping up with healthcare changes in the industry and providing the tools necessary for us to customize our workflow in our system to be the best system possible.”
In the last 12 months, rehab therapy providers have served more than 2,346,204 patients using WellSky across 1,436 facilities.
“With [WellSky], we’re able to capture all charges. This has resulted in a revenue increase that far exceeds the initial cost of [WellSky].”
“[WellSky] provided the information we needed to adjust our staffing to meet the real needs of each shift. With these changes, we cut overtime by $250,000 this year alone.”