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  • The Fight Against HAIs at Long Term Care Facilities

    According to a recent report from the US Department of Health and Human Services, as many as 2.8 million adults living in long-term care facilities (LTCFs) contract HAIs every year, and as many as 380,000 of these residents die annually due to these infections. A growing body of research has revealed that surfaces in healthcare facilities – specifically, privacy curtains and surface touchpoints – are hotbeds of contamination.

  • Learn what leading LTC providers are doing to increase Medicare census

    If you operate a SNF, you know the importance of Medicare Part A admissions and the challenges involved with increasing your market share of these prized residents.  Learn which strategies other LTC providers have implemented to successfully increase their Medicare referrals, admissions and revenue.  This white paper provides a 10-step process that will help you gain new ideas, fresh insights and a competitive advantage in attracting Medicare Part A admissions.

    Please complete this form to download the free white paper.

  • Vitals on The Fly: Bedside to American HealthTech in Nanoseconds

    Skilled Nursing Facilities face ever-increasing pressure to improve care and prevent readmissions with less money and reduced staff. Analytics can help manage care plans, but only if the assessments start at the beginning of the information cycle. We simply need better input to produce better outcomes! The Solution? RosieConnect's® mobile, paperless, wireless, immediate transmission of vitals, weight and glucose from point-of-care to EMR delivers nursing time-savings, eliminates documentation errors, and speeds alerts to prevent readmissions.

  • Long-Term Care Provider Rethinks Laundry Decision

    In today’s economy it is common for organizations, including long-term care providers, to make purchasing decisions based on strict budget constraints. However, opting for the lowest priced laundry equipment does not necessarily result in the best return on investment, as not all machines are meant to withstand the rigors of daily institutional use. Woodruff County Medical Center in McCroy, Ark. discovered that a higher upfront investment saved it more over the long run.

    Download this free case study today.

  • 15 Ways to Attack Hospital Readmissions

    “Thanks to committed leadership, progressive quality programs, and deep use of technology, we have achieved impressively low return to hospital rates of 9.5%.”

    —Donna Conner, Director of Clinical Information Systems, Aloha Nursing Rehab Centre

  • Executive Perspectives: Shockwaves in Senior Living

    Senior living is not what it used to be, with mounting regulations, higher consumer expectations and increasing competition. 

    Learn from a key executive at Watermark Retirement Communities on how the organization is succeeding by remaining flexible and creative in their approach to care and service.

  • Security: An Amenity Residents Can’t Live Without

    Galloway Ridge at Fearrington, a senior community near Chapel Hill, NC recently added 66 units to their campus, and while in the planning stage management decided to reassess their current access control requirements. It was paramount for the system to provide unparalleled safety and security for residents while still offering key control and audit trail capabilities for the staff.

  • eBook: Meet Your Next Client: Boomer Women

    This eBook, Meet Your Next Client: Boomer Women, is intended to introduce readers to the unique and perhaps surprising attributes and needs of tomorrow’s LTSS consumer — Boomer Women — as this unique cohort enters the LTSS field.

    It is intended to equip readers with insights by which to optimize future planning, marketing and operations.

    The emergence of Boomer Women will have tremendous impact on long-term services and supports.

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