Improve organizational efficiency before, during, and after the move-in or admission process by leveraging PointClickCare’s Document Manager.
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A tsunami of information is being digitized, consolidated and analyzed in healthcare. To leverage all of this data to improve scientific research, PointClickCare has launched its Lighthouse project.
Through customer interviews and data aggregation, Forrester concluded that PointClickCare has the following three-year financial impact.
Since its release, 2,800+ Skilled Nursing Facilities in the U.S. have adopted IPC to manage and track 36,000+ infections and counting.
A Commissioned Total Economic Impact™ Study conducted by Forrester Consulting, on behalf of PointClickCare, revealed 260 hours of time savings for skilled nursing staff.
Embracing technology equals greater ROI. A Commissioned Total Economic Impact™ Study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of PointClickCare, revealed a return of investment of 418%
Learn how Document Manager helps reduce the administrative burden from your staff while ensuring that all necessary documentation is quickly and accurately created, generated and tracked easily.
As occupancy continues to drop and with the introductions of value-based payment models, facilities need to have a better understanding of what makes up a profitable census-mix.
PDGM will require agencies to move fast, do more, and be specific with their referral and patient information. PointClickCare’s cross-continuum solution can help you through PDGM.
The challenge of maintaining high resident occupancy is universal. It’s the way in which providers address that challenge that separates the winners from everyone else.
Skin and wound care can be a major pain for skilled nursing facilities. We created an infographic that explains how technology can ease that pain.
Malnutrition, dehydration, and weight loss constitute the largest, silent epidemics in senior nursing facilities — resulting in hospital readmissions, decreased quality of life, and even mortality.