Home Care Software


HealthTrust Software’s Home Care product is a Web-based solution capable of automating scheduling, billing, human resources and point-of-care tasks for providers ranging from home health agencies to therapy staffing companies.

This software’s point-of-care application allows users to access electronic medical records offline. Mobile clinicians can document patient visit information via an online portal or a downloadable offline program. This information includes full wound care assessments, diagnoses, plans of care and more. Electronic signatures can also be captured in this system.

Human resources modules help digitize the applicant tracking process, and the success of an agency’s recruiting efforts can be evaluated by cost and campaign type. Online applications for employment are automatically entered into the system, eliminating duplicate data entry. Administrators can monitor applicant interview dates, keep a list of the licenses they hold, note their pay rates and more.

HealthTrust Software’s Home Care includes a free physician portal. It also has an internal messaging system that allows agency staff to contact physicians.


Home Care  - User menu
  • Home Care  - User menu
    User menu
  • Home Care  - Employee information
    Employee information
  • Home Care  - Internal messaging
    Internal messaging
  • Home Care  - Referral data
    Referral data
  • Home Care  - Scheduling tool
    Scheduling tool
  • Home Care  - Electronic signature
    Electronic signature
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000, Windows 8

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Carter from UBL
Specialty: Private Duty
Number of employees: 1 employee Employees number: 1 employee

May 2017

May 2017

Great Product



Product Quality

Customer Support

Value for Money


Overall I'd say that this product is extremely easy to use. The customer support is great which makes it even better overall.


Like most things, there was a learning curve for me here. It takes a little adjusting to get used to which if you're short on patience might be a bigger con.