Association Advances Accessibility and Use of Home Health Software Technology.
HEALTHCAREfirst, Inc., provider of leading-edge home health care and hospice technologies, announced today that President and CEO Bobby Robertson has been selected by his peers to serve a two-year term as an Advisory Board Director for the Home Care Technology Association of America (HCTAA).
HCTAA is an affiliated association of the National Association for Home Care and Hospice (NAHC) and is advisory to the NAHC Board of Directors. It is organized to advance the accessibility and use of technology in home care and hospice settings as well provide an opportunity for home care and hospice IT professionals to discuss common issues and concerns. In addition, HCTAA represents the interests of home care and hospice providers and vendors with respect to emerging policy on technology in healthcare.
The Advisory Board for HCTAA, which is comprised of technology, home care and hospice agency executives, elected by association members, is the chief policy-making body of HCTAA and establishes policies for managing the affairs of the Association.
“It is an honor to be elected to the Advisory Board of HCTAA. Technology plays a key role in enabling providers to make timely and accurate decisions for excellent patient care and to adapt quickly to an ever changing healthcare environment. I am proud to provide a voice not only for HEALTHCAREfirst customers, but to provide a voice for all home health and hospice providers in the nation,” says Robertson.