The responsiveness to a change in the client’s condition as well as the ability to effectively communicate these changes to the entire care team are what will keep Generations Users ahead of the game.
Mt. Pleasant, MI (PRWEB) January 24, 2012
Using Generations Online Visit Notes, caregivers can document important events as they happen while providing homecare service. Instead of waiting for paper documentation to be brought into the office, typically at the end of a payroll or billing cycle, agencies can see at a glance, the current status of their care recipients.
“IDS has always been at the forefront of utilizing available technologies and bringing them to the homecare industry. The functionality of Online Visit Notes is an example of our commitment to offering our clients the most technically advanced and secure system available. I can see an immediate market advantage for agencies using this real-time documentation versus those who use only paper field notes. The responsiveness to a change in the client’s condition as well as the ability to effectively communicate these changes to the entire care team are what will keep Generations Users ahead of the game. And from a security standpoint, Online Visit Notes that are stored at a secure data center are far more secure than a paper copy that could end up misplaced.” says Lisa Ferden, Co-Owner of IDS.
Generations Online is an industry leading web based application created specifically for non-medical home care agencies. Generations Online runs securely over a web browser, enabling users to access their data anywhere, anytime.
Founded in 2003, Integrated Database Systems, Inc. provides software that manages the day-to-day activities of private duty home care agencies; the software also seamlessly integrates with QuickBooks for billing and payroll. More than eight hundred companies in the United States and abroad use Generations Homecare System