The two organizations signed a Gold Level Partnership agreement, which establishes COMS as a CARE Preferred Partner. CARE offers a limited number of Preferred Partnerships.
The agreement means a push for clinical management software to go into the state’s facilities, including COMS Disease Management software, Daylight IQ™.
“COMS provides progressive leadership and innovation required to elevate care for the elderly and frail to the next level,” commented Keith Dobbs, president and CEO of CARE Oklahoma. “They have demonstrated quality enhancements in facilities throughout the US, and we are anxious for them to provide assistance to Oklahoma care providers.”
In other COMS news, Americana Corporation announced a strategic partnership Tuesday. The partnership supports an interface between Americana Corporation’s AmeraCare products/services and Daylight IQ.
“Partnering with COMS is natural extension of our business model,” noted Bryan Hood, principal, Americana Corporation. “The interfacing of Daylight IQTM with our AmeraCare products and services represents another example of our dedication in providing integrated solutions, and we are excited to provide this additional integration to our customers.”