Hospicelink Green Initiative

Hospicelink recognizes that our work can have an impact, both directly and indirectly, on the local, national, and global environment.  We are fully committed to reducing any negative impacts we have on the environment, and promoting the concept of sustainability in every way.  From how we operate in our offices, to how we interact with Hospice operators and DME providers nationwide, we are constantly seeking ways to reduce our impact on the environment, and to recycle and reuse whenever we can.

The Hospicelink application is at the very core of our Green Initiative.  Every day, it enables thousands of care providers to interact and serve the needs of patients, while eliminating the need for paper in the workplace. Whether it is placing an order, analyzing key metrics, or addressing the needs of a patient, our cloud based solution eliminates copying, printing, and faxing – and improves the accuracy and quality of care provided.  Whether you are a Hospice operator or a DME provider, Hospicelink plays a key role in helping you reduce waste and operate in a more environmentally friendly manner.

Within the Hospicelink family, we employ the same “paperless” approach every day across all of our operations.  By using the Hospicelink application to communicate with Hospices and DME providers alike, we radically reduce our internal waste.  We also use the application to create electronic communications and documents, thereby reducing our own needs for paper. Our associates are encouraged to be vigilant in identifying opportunities to reduce consumption of paper, printer cartridges and office supplies, as well as any item which cannot be recycled.  When must use paper, we embrace the “reduce, reuse, recycle” approach.

By always seeking ways to reduce any negative impacts on our environment, Hospicelink embraces our leadership role and hopes to act as a role model within the healthcare sector.  We regard this as an integral part of providing what we truly believe is “Better Business, Better Care”.