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Will Your Agency Sink or Swim?

Posted Mar 09 2010 1:40pm
Back in the 1970's, Sir Richard Branson, the founder and chairman of Virgin Atlantic, had opened up his first record stores in London, with the profits he had made from selling used records in the back of his university newsletter.  He was ambitious, and a few record stores in and around London was not his idea of success.  But sales were not where they needed to be.  He could do one of two things - liquidate everything, and declare bankruptcy, or get a loan and overcome his financial obstacles to growth.

With a new injection of approximately $45,000, he bought his first recording studio, put out records of the Sex Pistols and Boy George, and then bought his first Boeing 747 to start Virgin Atlantic Airlines.  Branson is now listed as one of the richest people in the world and has interests in more than 360 companies.

What does this mean to you?

With so many changes to regulations and funding, it can be a tough time for home health care agencies.  It is not uncommon to be completely distracted by the need to cut costs in order to stay in business.  But those agencies that WILL be successful are those that take a broader view.  They understand that they need to "manage" costs more than cutting them. This is most effectively achieved when a business can do more with less, and can re-assign skilled resources to tasks that are more directly profitable.

One of the easiest ways for an agency to manage their costs more effectively is to review the tools that they use to run their business.  Almost every agency has some form of software.  Some applications have been developed to run entire hospitals, doctor's offices, and everything in between.  These are big, expensive, and overkill for most agencies.  Other applications have been developed to do just the essential tasks that an agency would need to perform - 485, OASIS, scheduling, billing.  Many of these have been created and are sold by very small companies with questionable longevity.

There has never been a better time to look at Igea HHC from Indura Systems. A full-service, fully featured home health care solution, Igea HHC is used by hundreds of agencies throughout the United States. Happy customers tell us of their ability to manage more patients with less staff, and, at the same time, make their billing more accurate and cost-effective.

Igea HHC is a professional-grade product with a reputation for high performance, ease of use, and on-going compliance. Indura Systems is dedicated to home health care, at the industry level, and in partnership with every one of our agency customers.

With regular system updates that deliver critical features that touch on all parts of an agency's workflow, Igea HHC customers can be sure of always getting the home health care system they need, to run their business smoothly, efficiently, and profitably.

For a limited time, we are offering some very special payment options to make it as easy as possible for agencies to benefit from Igea HHC. There really is no better time than right now.

Contact Indura Systems today for your no obligation demonstration, and discover why Igea HHC customers are looking forward to 2010!
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