»Prime Care Tech releases app, new PBJ predictive tools

Duluth, GA-based Prime Care Technologies Inc. recently announced the release of an iOS and Android mobile app, along with new predictive tools for its primeVIEW application. The cloud-based business intelligence application for post-acute care integrates EHR data, labor, accounts receivable, satisfaction scores, hiring, Five-Star quality ratings and more.

Chief Product Officer Cheryl Field said the company’s HIPAA-compliant mobile app extends access to the company’s KPI dashboard, enabling users to see variances, census, budget, admissions, and staffing information on the go. The company’s primeVIEW PBJ star forecasting allows administrators to predict how today’s staffing will impact future Five Star ratings, Field added.

»American HealthTech continues expansion of cloud-based EHR solution

Seminole (TX) Hospital District recently chose Mobile, AL-based American HealthTech’s cloud-based EHR solution for its 79-bed post-acute care facility, Memorial Health Care Center in Seminole, AHT announced. Once the solution is initiated in January, Seminole Hospital District is to have healthcare technology solutions from the CPSI family of companies across all their care settings, including acute, ambulatory and post-acute. 

»MemoryWell, PointClickCare link biographies, health info

MemoryWell, a digital platform for storytelling, is partnering with PointClickCare to integrate patients’ health records and information with their life histories, the company recently announced. 

»PointClickCare named one of NIC’s newest partners

Mississauga, Canada-based PointClickCare recently became the newest partner in NIC Actual Rates Software, provided by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care. The collaboration will supplement data and provide new analytic tools to inform decision making in the senior housing sector.

»Morrison Living’s new name paired with shift to hospitality approach

Morrison Living, formerly known as Morrison Community Living, has rebranded itself as it reorganizes the way it approaches senior and healthcare dining experiences.

“We will be seeing an influx of aging baby boomers that are making new decisions about where they want to spend their retirement years,” said Barbara Conn, the company’s new CEO. “We shouldn’t provide them with hospitality experiences that don’t match their needs. We need to be inclusive of all ages, incomes and levels of care. We are about customization and a brand reinvention that gives us the opportunity to ensure that today’s seniors have living choices that are exciting, innovative and fresh.”

The organization said it will emphasize to a greater degree training and major trends in food and design, uniforms and dishware, while creating new culinary standards.

»Survey keys on post-baby boom food preferences

Though not quite ready for life in a senior living setting, Generation X nutrition preferences could very well shape what facilities serve in the coming years, according to an exhaustive study by the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation, in partnership with the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR). 

Both organizations recognized results revealing Gen X food and health attitudes, and their behaviors and perceptions related to diet and cancer risk.

Among the findings:

• American Gen X consumers are much more focused on weight loss than other age groups. Moreover, a majority see a definitive link between lifestyle factors and the risk of developing cancer.

• Nearly half say their purchases are impacted by whether a food or beverage might reduce their risk of developing cancer, although prevention of heart disease, diabetes and other health conditions also are cited at similar levels.