Marcus Wagstaff, National Sales Director for Authentidate, said, "Inscrybe will standardize and unify the referral management processes of this well-established, leading home care organization. We look forward to helping the VNA of WNY achieve their strategic objectives with our innovative solution."
About Visiting Nursing Association of Western New York
Founded in 1885, the Visiting Nursing Association of Western New York (VNA of WNY) was the first visiting nursing organization in America. Since then, it has become one of the oldest charities in the nation and remains the largest home health agency in the Western New York region. The VNA of WNY offers products and home care services for everyone from newborns to elderly patients. The VNA of WNY provides services to all eight counties in the western part of New York State. The VNA of WNY is the most comprehensive home care agency in the region, offering skilled nursing, rehabilitation, home infusion therapy, home oxygen and respiratory therapy, Lifeline, telehealth and social adult day services. VNA of WNY also offers specialized services for pediatrics, maternal, behavioral health, long term home health, chronic disease management and Care Transitions. For additional information, go to www.vna-wny.org.
About Authentidate Holding Corp.Authentidate Holding Corp. is a worldwide provider of secure health information exchange, workflow management services and telehealth solutions. The company's software and web-based services enable healthcare organizations and other enterprises to increase revenues, reduce costs and enhance patient care by eliminating paper and manual work steps from clinical and administrative processes. The web-based services are delivered as Software as a Service (SaaS), and only require that customers have an Internet connection and web browser. The company's healthcare customers and users include leading homecare companies, health systems and physician groups. These organizations utilize the company's products and services to coordinate care for patients outside of acute-care.