KanTime and Medline Partner to Improve Medical Supply Ordering for Post-Acute Care Agencies


KanTime, the fastest growing post-acute EHR software provider, has partnered with Medline, an industry leader in medical supply manufacturing and distribution. This partnership includes a data integration that helps post-acute care agencies save time and money by enhancing their efficiency when ordering medical supplies needed to deliver quality care.

Medline’s clinical and supply chain data will integrate with the KanTime system, allowing customers to track inventory, spend less time updating patient information, and access data reporting. This system integration is a huge step in growing customers’ profitability while improving patient care.

“As a Medline customer, this integration enables us to seamlessly bring our Medline ordering data into our current patient status records within KanTime, delivering a far more efficient process when ordering medical supplies for our patients.”

Michael Froning, President of Pinnacle Home Care


“There are a significant number of our customers also partnering with Medline. We are excited to bring this integration into KanTime to help our mutual customers deliver quality care.”

Sundar Kannan, KanTime’s Chief Executive Officer


“Now more than ever, our customers are looking for ways to save time, reduce costs, and create operational efficiencies, all while providing the best possible care to their patients. Through Medline’s partnership with KanTime, we will be able to do just that. We look forward to collaborating with the KanTime team to continue serving our customers and evolving within the homecare market.”

Allison Molnar, Vice President of Sales at Medline

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