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McKnight's has officially announced the debut of SearchEldercare.com. This new website features a wide variety of product information, ranging from administrative services and IT software, to furniture and resident safety technology. “SearchEldercare.com gives operators and providers unmatched access to the products and services they need to be successful,” said John O'Connor, editorial director for McKnight's. He added that viewers also can take advantage of blogs, product news, listings and other useful information.

Direct Supply recently unveiled a Senior Living Building Maintenance whitepaper. Topics include life safety code compliance, decreasing the risk associated with maintenance staff turnover and improving maintenance productivity. The report can help operators improve both maintenance and their bottom lines, according to Direct Supply.

Prime Care Technologies has acquired CareCentric's IT managed hosting services and assets. The purchase will allow the company to better meet its customers' IT-related needs, according to the firm.

MealTracker recently announced the launch of MealTracker Direct, a completely web-based dietary management system. Its software-as-a-service application is designed to simplify menu planning, nutrition and meal tracking. The system also lets operators compile dining-related resident data.

Lintech has unveiled a new Comet Health Connection app. The app gives residents and authorized representatives limited access to electronic medical record data. It will allow residents and loved ones to gain better care-related information, according to the firm.

Rubbermaid Commercial Products has launched its ecoUrinal. This new urinal system uses a unique cartridge that lasts up to 10 years. The system's design allows operators to conserve up to 40,000 gallons of water per fixture, the firm notes.

OnShift recently announced the release of new staff scheduling and shift management software.
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