Last chance: Tech Awards deadline arrives

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McKnight's Excellence Technology Awards 2014, sponsored by TENA
McKnight's Excellence Technology Awards 2014, sponsored by TENA

There are hours left for innovative long-term care providers to enter the third annual McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards. Submissions will be accepted until the stroke of midnight tonight.

Winners will join an elite list of past recipients, which includes many of the top names in skilled nursing, assisted living and continuing care retirement communities. All deployed technology to take resident care to the next level, and they earned well-deserved plaudits for their efforts.

Like the previous winners, this year's crop of awardees will be featured in McKnight's Long-Term Care News.

Independent judges will choose Gold, Silver and Bronze winners in five categories: Quality through Technology; Dignity through Technology; the High Tech/High Touch Award; the Innovator of the Year Award; and the Transitions Award.

Click here for more details and to enter.

TENA is the exclusive sponsor of the McKnight'sTech Awards.

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