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Brightree enhances patient intake tool


ATLANTA – Brightree announced key enhancements to its patient intake management software at Medtrade Spring this week that streamline and shorten the intake process for HME providers.

Deeper dive on deal

Brightree’s Mellott says SnapWorx brings ‘incremental capabilities’

ATLANTA – Brightree’s acquisition of SnapWorx ups the company’s CPAP resupply game, allowing it to better serve providers of varying sizes, says CEO Matt Mellott.

NHIA welcomes Brightree to advisory council


ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Brightree has joined the National Home Infusion Association’s Future of Infusion Advisory Council, an advisory group of manufacturers and service companies.

Short takes: MatrixCare/Brightree, Quality Biomedical


MatrixCare/Brightree’s Home Health and Hospice EMR solution earned Best in KLAS honors with a score of 87.1 in this year’s “Best in KLAS: Software & Services” report.

Brightree deepens resupply offering


ATLANTA – Brightree has signed on to buy SnapWorx, a Brentwood, Tenn.-based software company that provides a patient contact management and workflow optimization platform for the CPAP resupply market.

Short takes: Brightree, eSolutions


Brightree has relocated its headquarters to Atlanta Tech Park in Peachtree Corners, Ga., about 20 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta.

ResMed unites three software brands


SAN DIEGO – ResMed has launched WellConnected to promote its seamless network of software platforms across multiple care settings.

In brief: Russalesi is Woman of the Year, Brightree expands resupply offering


ATLANTA – Wendy Russalesi, chief compliance officer for AdaptHealth, has been named 2019 Woman of the Year.

Cerner integrates with Brightree platform, ResMed devices


KANSAS CITY – Cerner has designated ResMed’s Brightree Home Health and Hospice platform as its preferred solution to integrate with its Cerner Millennium electronic health record.

Survey: There’s a technology disconnect between referrals, post-acute providers


ATLANTA – Seventy percent of home health and hospice organizations say they’ve seen an increase in the number of referral sources requesting referral data be sent electronically, according to a new survey from Brightree and conducted by Porter Research.