It's time again to talk about an issue that's been increasingly on healthcare providers' minds in recent years — and will probably only continue to grow more urgent: patients' online reviews.
Net Tango announced the implementation of a new website for Stonerise Healthcare in South Charleston, WV.
LiquiTech, which makes clean water systems, has launched a new website with improved navigation, updated content and a focus on maintenance as a pillar of its copper silver ionization system.
PDI has officially launched its new website, the company announced. The new site, http://www.pdihc.com, allows users to access the full PDI healthcare website through a smartphone or tablet.
Pate Rehabilitation, which specializes in helping those with acquired brain injuries, launched a Spanish website in August.
Users of the Nursing Home Compare website will soon be able to access and download more detailed data, including newly available information about inspections, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recently announced.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology has unveiled a new webpage with information and resources for long-term and post-acute (LTPAC) providers.
With the unveiling of our new mcknights.com website, we're hoping to make the way you obtain industry knowledge a more enjoyable experience.
McKnight's has incorporated Search Eldercare into a new Marketplace section, plus made it easier to see popular blogs.
Medicare beneficiaries now can research nursing homes and determine their coverage options from their smartphones or tablets, thanks to a Medicare website redesign.
Given the response to last week's post about the Affordable Care Act and the Supreme Court, I've decided there's only one way to make this week's blog as successful in terms of readers and story hits. I'm going to talk about the individual mandate ... for felines.
There was a time when the arrival of the annual JC Penney's or Sears catalog in the mail was a reason for great excitement. Therein lies the rationale behind the newest creative website to make your professional life enjoyable.
Providers and other stakeholders can learn more than ever about states' Medicaid Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC) programs thanks to a new website launched by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The RAC program was created to recover improper payments and also identify underpayments. Medicaid is the No. 1 payer of nursing home services in the United States.