McKnight’s Excellence In Technology Awards
The five years since Maryland-based Asbury Communities won a Silver Award in the McKnight's Technology Awards Program for its use of electronic health records software has meant more acceptance by employees, says Denise Scott, Director of Clinical Analytics Processes.
Long-term care providers are encouraged to submit their 2017 McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards application. Entries are due Friday, July 14.
Gold, Silver and Bronze winners will be recognized in five separate categories: 1) Quality through Technology, 2) Dignity through Technology, 3) the High Tech/High Touch Award, 4) the Innovator of the Year Award; and 5) the Transitions Award.
Jewish Home Lifecare won the top award in the Innovator of the Year category in the third annual McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards competition.
Cedar Creek Living Center in Norman, OK, is the Gold Award winner in the Quality category of the McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards. A national panel of judges chose Cedar Creek on the merit of its work in using technology to reduce the use of antipsychotics.
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.
Today is the final day to submit entries into the third annual McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards.
The final countdown has begun: Long-term care providers have less than 48 hours to enter the third annual McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards. Submissions will be accepted through July 30.
The McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards application deadline has been extended to July 30. The contest honors providers for their efforts to improve resident care.
Long-term care providers have until the stroke of midnight tonight to submit their entries to the McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards.
Entries are now being accepted for the McKnight's Tech Awards. Providers who work in skilled nursing, assisted living and continuing care retirement communities are all encouraged to apply.
The second annual McKnight's Long-Term Care News Excellence in Technology Awards begged the question: How can you compare to last year's storied winners?
Parker Jewish Institute implements robust information sharing, wins award for top-notch transitions between care settingsOctober 04, 2013
Long-term care providers are under increasing pressure to manage transitions into and out of their centers, as the nation's healthcare system enters an era of greater coordination. Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation is on the leading edge of this movement, showing how technology can improve patient outcomes during the transition process. For this, the nonprofit won top honors in the McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards.
Front Porch Center fosters 'puppy love,' wins top honors in McKnight's Excellence in Technology awardsOctober 02, 2013
Biscuit is not a real puppy, but the animatronic dog provides very real benefits for memory care residents of the Front Porch Center for Innovation and Wellbeing. The nonprofit has achieved such success with Biscuit that independent judges chose Front Porch to receive the Gold Award in the High Tech/High Touch category of the 2013 McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards.
A fall from bed can cause more than bodily injury, if a resident's dignity is compromised by a loud, embarrassing alarm. Recognizing this, nonprofit operator The Terraces of Los Gatos implemented new smartbed technology — and won top honors in McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards for the effort.
The deadline for entering the McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards has been extended to July 31. The awards are open at no cost to skilled nursing and assisted living operators, and CCRCs. Winners will receive acknowledgement in the print and digital editions of McKnight's.
Long-term care providers should be taking advantage of the next two weeks to pick projects, programs or systems to nominate for recognition in the second annual McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards program. There is no cost to enter and a wide array of types of both high- and low-technology are expected to be recognized in the five contest categories. Click on the headline above and then the link in the second paragraph to learn more or enter.
Submissions are now being accepted for the second annual McKnight's Excellence in Technology Awards.
Our office has been one joyful place lately. Colleagues are excited, and the collective bliss has had nothing to do with an early start on happy hour.
It's your turn to risk having an excited staff. Starting today, the second annual McKnight's Excellence In Technology Awards program is officially underway.