Private duty home care software simplifies the administration of private duty home care agencies, patient care, and chronic illness management for homebound patients. Private duty home care software is designed to provide a complete spectrum of care, from low acute day services to higher acute nursing activities and even remote control. Both clinical and non-clinical data are housed in a single platform, allowing interdisciplinary teams to create informative treatment plan assignments, interventions, and target setting for each client's individual needs. Private duty care platform reduces the loss of visibility, increases client satisfaction, and allows for real-time connectivity. With the pandemic facilitated quarantine has generated demand for home-based healthcare service, in the long run factors such as rising geriatric population will be responsible for growth in private duty care software.
- Demand for Home Healthcare Facilities
- Rising Geriatric Population
- Technical Progress in Managed Healthcare
- Rising Healthcare Infrastructure
- Technical Glitches and Errors
The key Players profiled in the report are MatrixCare Inc. (United States), Centex AxisCare LLC (United States), WellSky (United States), HHAeXchange (United States), Kinnser (United States), Casamba LLC (United States), KanTime Technologies Inc. (United States), CareVoyant Inc. (United States), Netsmart Technologies (United States) and Alora Healthcare Systems, LLC (United States). Additionally, other players that are part of this comprehensive study are Axxess HomeCare (United States), MEDsys (United States), Rosemark (Shoshana Technologies) (United States), Homecare Homebase, LLC (United States) and Ankota (United States).