[PARTNER CONTENT] Swisslog Healthcare’s Huan K. Nguyen, R.Ph., VP, LTC business development, describes the benefits of the company’s automated on-site medication dispensing system for both the pharmacy and long-term care facilities. Medication is packaged on demand, improving workflow efficiency and eliminating waste.
[PARTNER CONTENT] NOA Medical provides beds and sleep safety accessories for acute care and long-term care residents, in communities, nursing homes and hospitals. Steve Sauerwein, VP of sales and marketing, NOA Medical, shares how the company is continually innovating its product line. Some recent innovations include a bed with an expanded sleep deck, under bed lighting and beds with USB ports.
[PARTNER CONTENT] Gary Pederson, executive vice president of connected health and wellness at MatrixCare, shares with McKnight’s Long-Term Care News some of the exciting new developments at the company, including its recent acquisition by ResMed and its initiatives in the health and wellness space, supporting communities with the technology to help keep their residents out of the hospital.
[PARTNER CONTENT] Is your facility powered up to handle the critical computing necessary in the modern LTPAC community? Ian Gelenter, senior vice president at Pioneer, discusses what’s required, and how it impacts outcomes and real-time documentation.
[PARTNER CONTENT] Given the dazzling array of technology options available to operators, it’s easy to get distracted by all the “shiny new objects.” At VCPI, explains Gary Jones, GM of customer experience, the goal is to help operators understand what makes sense for their business. VPCI takes the guesswork out of IT, so operators can focus on their core competencies.
Wanda Lingner, director of regulatory compliance at Sharps Compliance, shares her expertise in medical waste management, detailing some of the different methods for medication disposal in long-term care facilities – including how the EPA’s new rules impact communities. Lingner, who has RN and BSN designations, also reveals how the company’s MedSafe receptacle saves LTC communities money and staff time.
[PARTNER CONTENT] Dr. Dheeraj (Dr. Raj) Mahajan, chief medical officer and executive vice president of MatrixCare, is on a mission: to bring the capabilities offered by machine learning, artificial intelligence and other technology advancements to the post-acute environment. One example – using the long-term facility’s own data for risk-prediction models. Dr. Raj shares his vision – and how becoming a part of the MatrixCare team will allow him to bring his vision to life.
[PARTNER CONTENT] HealthCap CEO Peter Feeney and staff attorney Christina Nechiporchik discuss why skilled nursing facilities should consider arbitration agreements with their residents. The number one reason? The agreement helps reduce claims.