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Senior Housing Companies, which offers assisted living services and healthcare to individuals living in retirement communities, was dependent upon manual paper processing to manage its 17 senior living communities in Iowa.
Seniors are nervous about the future of their healthcare, but they see technology, access, and better communication from their providers as key to improving their health, a new study suggests.
By honing in on the trends and solutions that are best suited for their communities, LTC operators can set themselves up for success in a realm that has many senior living companies worried.
Vernon Manor and Manchester Manor deployed software on top of its EHR to analyze clinical data fields and recommend interventions.
Navigating hospital discharges and post-acute care in the tech-focused era is about more than Meaningful Use compliance.
The company announced PointClickCare At Home to help providers meet evolving patient and workforce needs.
The healthcare documentation company now offers compliance and data forms in electronic format for easy exchange.
The healthcare technology provider is working with a county public health service that serves home health and long term care for easier record sharing and a more complete patient record.
The digital forms package is the third offering in a portfolio of electronic forms designed for specific senior care settings.
A Kaiser Permanente veteran will take over the nation’s largest association dedicated to healthcare IT.
The deal represents Netsmart's latest expansion into home health.
When it comes to IT integrations following a merger or acquisition, managing the people is more important than managing the network cables and switches.