Netsmart Vision is an electronic medical records (EMR) solution for long-term care facilities that includes clinical, financial and marketing applications. Founded in 1999, the company serves clients that provide various forms of care, including skilled nursing, independent living, post-acute, home health and hospice organizations.
This software’s clinical capabilities document the patient health assessment process, and automatically generate care plan activities based on individual conditions. Netsmart Vision assigns an “alerts” tab to each patient so that important information—such as the delivery of high-risk medication—is tracked to assure safety.
Patient records are integrated with the software’s financial features, reducing duplicate data entry. Minimum Data Set (MDS) modules allow users to track and monitor activities that may impact Medicaid/Medicare reimbursements.
Netsmart Vision provides a referral management tool that assigns leads and inquiries to sales team members. An iPad app is also available for physicians to view patient records and communicate with staff.
Ariane from NAHCI
Specialty: Nursing Home
Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees
I would definitely recommend vision to other companies that is struggling with their electronic software.
The product is the smartest product I've ever tested out there in the market. We are in the beginning of phase I kick off and we already seeing a good progress and so far we are liking every thing they are showing us. The customization itself is awesome!
Rodolfo from Yeaman and Associates
Specialty: Nursing Home
They are open towards interoperability which is a great step forward on getting LTPAC settings to help hospital stay compliant with Meaningful use. Health MedX is currently working with a local HIE in the State of Oklahoma to connect with the 7 largest health systems in the state.
There are cheaper options out there, Like Point Click Care
Look towards an LTPAC EHR that is willing to connect with the federal requirements that Acute Care settings are forced to meet, we all share the same patients we need to be in the same page.
David from Willamette VIew
Employees number: 201-500 employees
The attraction to Vision is it's flexibility, but the forms building and customization is extremely challenging and clunky. Vision is cumbersome, it is difficult to use with Assisted Living even though it is advertised. It is expensive. The most frustrating part of Vision is that it was very hard to get meaningful data out of it. Easy to put data in hard to get flexible data out. I do not know what the ideal solution is, but I know it is not Vision
It is flexable
It is extremely challenging to get useful custom queries. For example getting a list of residents, room number and phone number was an issue. And that is just the beginning. Other concerns are cost of training, cost of implementation, quality of training.
Unless they have overhauled the product, stay away.
Brent from Country Life Care
ive used this program while working as an MDS resource for Avalon and Deseret. Pros, it is a nice looking interface. If you want to do a comprehensive care plan hmx gives you that flexibility. Cons HMX is not intuitive and there are a lot of rabbit holes to get lost in. Customer support it is not very friendly or knowledgeable. We ended up spending a lot more money on overtime to make hmx work than it would have costed to convert do something decent like Matrix or PCC