CareWatch Contributes to the National Hospice Foundation’s National Campaign

CareWatch Becomes the Latest Tribute Project Donor

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CareWatch Partner, Co-Founder and Director of Sales Rick Drummond

CareWatch contributed to The Tribute Project because of the wonderful services that members of NHPCO provide in adding dignity and comfort to those who are facing the end of life process.

Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) May 05, 2014

CareWatch, Inc. has become the most recent participant in The Tribute Project, a national fundraising campaign through the National Hospice Foundation, an affiliate of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.

“CareWatch is a huge supporter of the National Hospice Foundation and the members of NHPCO,” says CareWatch Partner, Co-Founder and Director of Sales Rick Drummond.

CareWatch offers telephony-based Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) solutions for hospice and home healthcare agencies across the United States to improve their efficiencies and profitability. In the evolving world of electronic medical records, CareWatch provides organizations with a suite of products to help users capture vital documentation while performing patient visits.

“CareWatch contributed to The Tribute Project because of the wonderful services that members of NHPCO provide in adding dignity and comfort to those who are facing the end of life process,” says Drummond.

The Tribute Project is an opportunity for donors to create a tile to be mounted at the National Center for End of Life which houses NHPCO and its affiliates. Tiles may honor an organization, its founder, a retiring CEO, board member, volunteer, or another member of the caregiving team; remember the legacy of a family member, colleague, or friend; and invest in the comprehensive care that hospice provides.

Funds raised through The Tribute Project support programs at NHPCO that help raise awareness, improve quality, and increase access to end-of-life care in the U.S.

To learn more about how you can contribute to hospice and honor an individual or organization, visit The Tribute Project information page.


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