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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
The 2010 Affordable Care Act, as well as subsequent laws and regulations, put incentives in place for acute and post-acute providers to coordinate care.
The rideshare company announced its latest partnership with startup company Circulation to expand non-emergency medical transportation options.
Netsmart has partnered with the Texas-based provider to streamline referrals by integrating data, comprehensive analytics to compare costs versus revenues and secure messaging to coordinate transitions of care.
The company announced PointClickCare At Home to help providers meet evolving patient and workforce needs.
The electronic giant is betting baby boomers will spend plenty to keep an eye on grandma.
Ride-hailing companies are expanding their on-demand services to the long-term care market.
As the world gets more connected and the silver tsunami rises, technology can help senior living providers care for residents while helping them maintain their independence.
Wearable technology developers have been trying to figure out the senior market for years. Are they finally beginning to crack the clinical potential?
Researchers have developed an algorithm to recognize early signs of dementia with impressive accuracy.
The software companies are working together to make it easier for staff, residents and their families to communicate.
Social media is a popular method of communication, but what happens when staff and residents use it to share about long term care? Resident blogger Kathleen Mears shares her observations and opinions.
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.