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The University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health announced that it received a $30,000 grant from the Maryland Health Care Commission. It will be used for a pilot to demonstrate whether telehealth technology can be used to improve care transitions as patients move between hospital and nursing facilities.
LifeShare Technologies recently released LifeShare Family, a mobile app connecting seniors with their families,and caregivers.
Kirby Lester, a retail pharmacy automation provider, saw an increase in demand for for its KL1 and KL1Plus pill counters during October, the company reported, reflecting the Drug Enforcement Agency's reclassification of the widely prescribed hydrocodone combination products to Schedule II.
Nurse Rosie Products has introduced two Negative Pressure Wound Therapy pumps and Progressive Wound Care products.
Collain Healthcare, an LG CNS company, announced it now delivers interoperability between the LG CNS electronic health records system and Omnicare's OmniDX dispensing system using the NCPDP SCRIPT 10.6 format.
Eldercare providers need to consider ways to improve outcomes at a lower cost. Collaboration involving staff, patients or residents, and families - along the care continuum - is critical to each provider's success.
Hospital patients often think they can head home immediately. Recently, a hospital patient who needed a total hip replacement was able to use technology to make a post-acute care provider choice and seamlessly transition from hospital faster and with more transparency than was ever before possible.
Many buildings have cut back on cleaning, so those cleaning workers that remain are being asked to do more in less time. The result is that sometimes, usually to save time, workers may very well use the same cloth used to clean toilets to wipe clean - if that's what you can call it - other surfaces, even high-touch surfaces such as faucets.
While most facilities provide some level of dementia care, there is emerging evidence that building a balanced day with customized structure can make a big difference in the quality of care given, while also reducing problematic behaviors with the dementia population.
You've probably heard of slips, trips, fall and sticks, as common hazards in long-term facilities. But what about splashes?
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