NEW YORK – A majority of respondents to a recent HHAeXchange survey said they were optimistic about home health technology improving the current state of home care. “Our survey gives payers and providers in home care powerful insight into how they can ensure program integrity and implement technology to improve care delivery,” said Greg Strobel, president of HHAeXchange, a software provider for homecare agencies. The survey found that fewer than 30% of respondents were happy with their home care provider experience, but 66.5% said that wearables will be an important part of home care in the future, providing more transparency and data on the condition of members on a consistent, real-time basis. “As the industry develops, home care members agree that technology and innovation will be critical to the success of the industry,” said Strobel.
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