SIOUX FALLS, S.D. and AGOURA HILLS, Calif. (February 26, 2020) – The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, the nation’s largest not-for-profit, faith-based provider of senior care and services, and Casamba–a leading provider of electronic medical record (EMR) solutions for contract therapy providers, skilled nursing facilities, home health and hospice agencies, and outpatient therapy–announced that Casamba has been selected as the exclusive therapy software provider for their skilled nursing facilities.
In this partnership, Casamba will provide its award-winning software, Casamba Skilled, to the society’s more than 1,000 advanced practice providers in 381 locations in 24 states. The society’s service lines include skilled nursing, assisted living, home care and senior housing communities.
“By partnering with Casamba, we’ll have a best-in-class EMR that will enable our healthcare professionals to efficiently and effectively document and manage patient care, and at the same time, give us transparency into our clinical and business operations,” said Dawn Andresen, Senior Director of Therapy and Rehab at the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society. “Another benefit of Casamba is that it’s easily scalable to our needs, which translates to savings as we look to expand to new markets.”
“We’re pleased to have been chosen to support such a well-regarded provider of skilled nursing services. Our combined expertise in healthcare and technology allows both companies to innovate and help therapists achieve greatness in practice,” said Billie Nutter, president of Casamba, which serves more than 275,000 providers in more than 10,500 clinics nationwide.
Casamba Skilled is a web-based EMR that provides automated workflows to help users gain efficiency, ensures compliance and maximizes reimbursement for therapy services. It offers features including scheduling, documentation, outpatient/direct bill, analytics and interoperability. The company also maintains a partner network that allows Casamba Skilled to integrate with nearly 30 leading-edge healthcare software firms that help with everything from analytics to patient engagement to telemedicine.