HomeSolutions.NET Software


HomeSolutions.NET is a cloud-based electronic medical recording (EMR) solution that provides integrated data for home health agencies, basic life support, pre-hospitals, advanced life support and more.

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The CODE-STAT solution provides assistance in post-event review, feedback about the patient to the clinicians, overall management and the level of improvement required in the system. LIFENET is an emergency telemedicine solution designed for hospitals and triage centers to manage patient data, asset management and more.

The RevNet solution assists in automation of financial processes using automated claims processing and accounts receivable management to help prehospital customers with billing and other financial information. Support is available to the customers via phone.



2 Reviews of HomeSolutions.NET

Overall rating

3.50 / 5 stars

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February 2017

Violet from Brightstar Glendale

Company Size: 51-200 employees


Ease-of-use

5 of 5

Value for money

5 of 5

Customer support

5 of 5

Functionality

5 of 5

February 2017

Loved this system

I loved this system, it was easy to use. Made compliance easy and the representative was always there to help. Their updates were always complete and always worked as planned.

August 2016

Leslie from Beartooth Billings Clinic Home Care and Hospice


Ease-of-use

3.5 of 5

Value for money

2 of 5

Customer support

2 of 5

Functionality

1.5 of 5

August 2016

redundant paperwork.

Pros

Easy to navigate. It was easy to learn the computer part of the system.

Cons

Did not make updated changes. There were so many things that we were redundant, that could have been changed. We recommended a few simple changes and were told that it was not feasible to do those changes.