Was it biting off more than they could chew—or a really smart, sweeping culture change that improved resident care and drove efficiency to the bottom line?
Judging from their incredible adoption success, Maple Lawn Medical Care (Coldwater MI) made the right decisions to implement a new EHR system (PointClickCare) and, at the same time, introduce Constant Care’s advanced vitals integration technology with the mobile kiosk features that would make access to PointClickCare a piece of cake.
What Nurse Practitioners Are Saying About CareConnection's SMART*Technology
SMART*Technology's predictive analytics delivers alerts of those subtle changes in condition that indicate incipient patient health crisis. SMART* technology scrubs the daily measurements sent from CareConnection's vitals integration to the SNF's EMR system, ferreting out those combinations of markers that indicate the potential for infection, sepsis, dehydration--and sending a daily report to the DON or NP to trigger intervention before the resident deteriorates to require re-hospitalization.
This Nurse Practitioner is keeping beds full and reducing unnecessary hospital readmissions with CareConnection's new SMART*Alerts. Subtle markers of change in condition are ferreted out and identified as potential health concerns--triggering rapid intervention and preventing costly readmits.
Capture vitals with accuracy, then make them fly to the resident's record in your EMR with Constant Care Technology's redesigned, ruggedized Vitals CareCart that now offers a temporal thermometry option and keyboard plus tray to optimize the mobile kiosk features of this robust readmission prevention tool.
Not only are you saving time, eliminating documentation errors and improving care----but you are speeding information to decision makers, providing a safety net of alerts that trigger intervention--and best of all, retaining revenue by preventing hospital readmissions.
The first and only telehealth system designed for skilled nursing providers, by skilled nursing providers, to improve workflow, save time, eliminate errors and drive immediate alerts to clinical decision makers.
From vitals capture to cloud and on to populate the patient record in your EHR, CareConnection delivers accurate, accountable, secure transmission of vitals measurements integrated with patient ID, caregiver ID as well as identifying health trends and alerting clinical staff.
We've redesigned CareConnection to give you everything you want and need on one page! Less clicks, bigger buttons, simplified access. You wanted it, you got it.
Is your building in danger of HIPAA violations? Are there papers loaded with PHI floating around awaiting manual input into resident charts? Eliminate your risk--automate vitals documentation with CareConnection's connectivity to your EHR system.
A tale of two systems. Nurses and caregivers at Concord conducted a comparison trial where they put CareConnection up against a standard, automated, manual data entry system. Learn how CareConnection measured up and scored high marks.
Concord Care Center found that the powerful instant and email alerts initiate a cascade of actions that produce beneficial outcomes for their residents. Read more.
Reduce readmissions and reach the stars with CareConnection
Learn how this skilled nursing facility reached the coveted 5-star rating, reduced readmissions and achieved the AHCA Bronze award with the help of Constant Care Technology's CareConnection and PointClickCare.
Faced with the loss of revenue of nearly $5,000 per month, this Louisiana skilled nursing facility implemented a coordinated approach to attack the cause: preventable hospital admissions.
Prevention begins with intervention! Learn how Camelot Brookside implemented a combination of medical device integration, consistent support from an APRN and daily team meetings to change their prognosis.
Does your email save lives? CareConnection's instant alerts triggered the intervention that averted a dismal outcome.
This company's goal was to determine whether automated integration of vitals to their EHR would benefit work flow and documentation accuracy. The results gave them so much more than they had imagined--a resounding vote of confidence in the efficiency and accuracy delivered by the CareConnection solution---and the alerting that helped save a life.
Vitals are vital for the Cognos clinical team. Determined to drive higher levels of quality into the vitals capture and documentation process, Cognos implemented the CareConnection medical device integration system in all three of their skilled nursing communities.
Cognos amassed a bevy of benefits including significantly improved oversight at the corporate clinical and quality assurance level. The instant alerts of threshold breaches from CareConnection provided a safety net to guarantee appropriate action was being taken to restore the resident's health. Nursing and Caregiver time savings and the documentation accuracy from the interface with Cognos' EHR, American HealthTech, provided an unexpected benefit--stronger relationships between the Nurses and Caregivers.
Is your building in danger of HIPAA violations? Papers floating around with PHI? CareConnection delivers HIPAA compliant documentation.
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This Louisiana skilled nursing facility stemmed a $5,000 per month revenue loss and achieved more than 50% reduction in hospital admissions by implementing a combination of resources including electronic vitals collection, advanced practice nurses and daily team meetings.
Recognizing the risk to their resident's health,the cost to their bottom line and the potential for both penalties and loss of ACO partnerships, Camelot Brookside embarked upon a multi-faceted, coordinated approach to attack the cause: preventable hospital admissions. The collaborative solution focused on early intervention and have led to prevention. Hospital admission rates have dropped from 26.3% in 2014 to 10.4% in 2015 and are trending toward further reduction. The bleeding has stopped and care has improved.