Deyta Signs Partnership Agreement with Midwest Care Alliance

Midwest Care Alliance selects Deyta’s solutions for survey administration, advanced analytics, and business intelligence to address critical challenges faced by today’s hospice and home health leaders.

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This will provide excellent solutions for our members to meet the upcoming mandates for the Hospice Item Set and Hospice CAHPS as well as solutions to optimize quality of care...

Louisville, KY (PRWEB) May 14, 2014

Deyta, LLC announced today a new partnership agreement with the Midwest Care Alliance (MCA), a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the growth and development of home health, hospice and palliative care providers in the state of Ohio. Deyta’s partnership furthers MCA’s mission of supporting members through education, advocacy and technology by exclusively offering its members Deyta’s industry leading solutions for survey administration, advanced analytics, and business intelligence.

Most immediately, Deyta’s Quality Actionboards will support hospice members in complying with the upcoming CMS requirement, the Hospice Item Set, which takes effect July 1. As the Hospice Quality Reporting Program requirements gain momentum, Deyta will also support members with the Hospice CAHPS requirement which will be required starting in Q1 2015. In addition, members will benefit from Deyta’s full Actionboard System which addresses all aspects of the enterprise:

  •     Executive Insight and Guidance
  •     Referral Source Maximization
  •     Clinical Management and Quality Improvement
  •     Bereavement & Counseling Management
  •     Patient & Family Satisfaction
  •     Mileage Management

“We are thrilled to establish an exclusive partnership with Deyta,” said Jeff Lycan, President & CEO of the Midwest Care Alliance.” Their solutions will be instrumental in providing executive guidance and operational excellence in today’s challenges of reimbursement cuts and increased compliance protocols. In particular, this will provide excellent solutions for our members to meet the upcoming mandates for the Hospice Item Set and Hospice CAHPS as well as solutions to optimize quality of care, patient and caregiver satisfaction, financial growth, and regulatory compliance.”

“We are very excited about this new partnership to build upon success established with some of the existing alliance members. We are inspired by the dedication of the alliance leadership, and we are excited to strengthen our commitment to their members with data driven management solutions,” said J. Kevin Porter, Deyta’s President & CEO.

About Deyta, LLC
Deyta’s software and services for hospice, home health and healthcare agencies provide high definition answers with precision guidance derived from mountains of data. We eliminate indecision and uncertainty to provide clarity on what is important and what to do about it.

  •     Better satisfy patients and their families.
  •     Attract more high-value referrals.
  •     Improve total operational and clinical quality.
  •     Create enterprise efficiencies and cost control.
  •     Elevate the success in every aspect of your organization.

About Midwest Care Alliance
Midwest Care Alliance and its affiliate the Midwest Center for Home, Hospice and Palliative Care Education are committed to advancing excellence in home, hospice and palliative care in Ohio. As a member based organization, with a concentrated mission on serving patients and their families, our LEAD Principle focuses on providing Leadership, Education, Advocacy and Direction to home care, hospice, and palliative care providers in Ohio to serve as a standard of excellence.

Leadership: MCA and its staff have over 50 years of experience in home, hospice and palliative care arena
Education: Keep providers abreast of change and best practice standards in the industry
Advocacy: Provide industry advocacy at the local, state and federal levels for providers and the patients they serve
Direction: Provide tools and resources to providers and the community regarding home, hospice and palliative care


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