The spotlight on COVID-19 outbreaks and infections in long-term care is negatively impacting facility ratings, reputation and public perception. Is your organization keeping up with the recently mandated requirements for infection control and prevention? This new type of regulatory compliance is essential to mitigate any potential litigation risks.
This eBook identifies how technology solutions and digital tools can help skilled nursing and senior living...
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This eBook identifies how technology solutions and digital tools can help skilled nursing and senior living providers overcome challenges presented by COVID-19.
Download this white paper to learn more about the three biggest gaps in providing home health care and the steps that could be taken to narrow the gap.
In this webinar, Christine Forget from Grandview Consulting, discusses best practices and strategies on how to create a positive prospect experience during COVID-19.
Join TALA and PointClickCare for this webinar where you will learn about trauma informed care and receive tips from industry experts on how to support the mental health of your staff.
Infection Prevention & Control (IPC) is a clinical workflow and intelligence solution that helps you achieve ongoing resident surveillance focused on infection prevention.
Go paperless and give your team more time to spend with residents by improving efficiency, accuracy, tracking and standardization of documents across your organization. Document Manager helps create..
Infection Prevention and Control is a real-time intelligence and workflow platform designed to improve infection prevention and promote antibiotic stewardship in long-term care settings.
Use Cliniconex’s automated care messaging solution for PointClickCare’s cloud-based healthcare software to return time to care, improve resident family communication & enhance emergency preparedness
For this McKnights webinar, a panel of speakers discussed the challenges Senior Living and Skilled Nursing continue to face amid the pandemic as well as their insights and predictions for the future..
In Senior Living, social distancing isn’t just keeping your distance. Communities are finding that in order to keep residents and families informed of the new changes, they need to modify... The...
What’s cooking at your senior living community? As it turns out, this question holds a lot of weight for executives and their residents – and the coronavirus pandemic is forcing...
A mixture of factors is causing insurance liability claims and premiums to skyrocket, and blindsiding operators with tight budgets. This white paper will show how PointClickCare technology is helping.
This white paper discusses how senior living providers are using technology in their communities to control and prevent infection in the COVID-19 era and beyond...
The staff from The Springs at Whitefish share their thoughts and reactions to using the Companion mobile app from PointClickCare, and how it has made everyone's lives a little bit easier.
In this time of change and uncertainty we look at how the coronavirus pandemic impacts the top trends in the senior care landscape and learn how successful providers will retool for the future.
Infection Prevention & Control is a clinical workflow and intelligence solution that helps you achieve ongoing resident surveillance focused on infection prevention.
Vigilance. Oversight. Action. The need to quickly identify, prioritize and address infections in SNFs and senior living communities has become all too real in the past few months. PointClickCare...
PointClickCare Companion is a native mobile app developed to streamline the workflows for service delivery and documentation for senior living providers.
COVID-19 has caused a public healthcare crisis that has long-term care providers working tirelessly to ensure the safety and well-being of their residents. Coronavirus (COVID-19) is part of a group...
Each day I talk to providers across the country about the obstacles they face each day that prevent them from creating enough 1:1 engagement. For me, it is an indication...