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Taking a deeper, much more extensive look at a resident's life history is becoming a key part of progressive care plans, especially for those with dementia.
The long-term care technology provider will adopt Microsoft’s Azure platform to launch its new care coordination software and other business intelligence services.
Senior care providers need to step up on care coordination, because the rest of the U.S. healthcare system isn’t doing a very good job, notes a new survey.
H. Steve Lieber, who has spent 17 years at the helm of the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS), will be stepping down at the end of 2017.
One NY state CCRC community takes end-of-life wishes so seriously it has made the MOLST form part of its electronic health records—the first LTC site in NY state to do so.
Set your infection preventionist up for success by understanding the role and responsiblities beyond what's mandated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
MatrixCare’s John Damgaard will head up the association’s new board of directors, along with four other officer electees.
The deal gives the Kansas-based technology platform provider a direct foothold in the long-term care market.
Forbes has released its first top 100 list dedicated to cloud computing companies, and several healthcare software companies are making a strong debut.
The software uses care planning tools and prescriptive analytics that experts say rival CMS’ risk adjustment models.
The two companies will combine their nursing workflow system features and create accessibility from a single dashboard.
The tool can aid physicians in resident assessment and can be added to electronic health records.