Deyta’s expanded solutions address critical challenges that today’s home care leaders face by providing fast access to key success indicators to drive smarter decision making.
(Louisville, KY – July 24, 2013) Deyta, LLC has expanded its partnership with Minnesota Home Care Association (MHCA), increasing the scope of member benefits beyond a quality improvement focus to address the success of the entire home health and hospice organization. Deyta’s business intelligence tools and satisfaction programs provide immediate access to Key Success Indicators (KSIs) that are so critical to helping today’s home care agencies not only survive, but thrive. MHCA’s expanded partnership with Deyta now includes the new ActionBoard System to help providers improve operational efficiency, strengthen financial performance, ensure compliance and gain a competitive advantage in their market.
“We are excited to bring their new ActionBoard System, along with all of Deyta’s tools to our members to help them leverage innovative technology solutions to keep up with today’s increasingly stringent regulatory environment and challenging reimbursement cuts,” said Jennifer Sorensen, Executive Director of the Minnesota Home Care Association.
“We look forward to working more closely with the Minnesota Home Care Association. We know they are committed to keeping their members abreast of regulatory changes, as well as helping them to find the best technology partners and solutions to improve efficiency and ensure success. We are honored to contribute to such efforts with high impact, data-driven management solutions,” said J. Kevin Porter, Deyta’s President and CEO.
About the Minnesota Home Care Association (MHCA)
Representing over 230 home care agencies, Minnesota HomeCare Association is the voice for the home care industry in the state. MHCA members include county public health nursing services, hospital and nursing home-based programs, and proprietary and private non-profits agencies. MHCA is a comprehensive resource for both care providers and consumers, providing up-to-date industry information, education, advocacy as well as a home care code of ethics. To learn more, please visit www.mnhomecare.org or call 651.635.0607.