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  1. CaringKind's Palliative Care Initiative Revolutionizes Nursing Home Care For New Yorkers With Advanced Dementia

    CaringKind, NYC's leading expert in Alzheimer's and dementia care for more than three decades, announced today that three local nursing homes - Cobble Hill Health Center, Isabella Geriatric Center and The New Jewish Home - have successfully implemented a ground-breaking approach to the care of people with dementia

  2. Netsmart Leverages InterSystems Data Platform To Give Behavioral Health Professionals Better Insights On Patient Data

    Netsmart, the largest technology provider connecting behavioral health and post-acute care, selected the InterSystems data platform with embedded analytics to unleash knowledge trapped in electronic health records (EHRs)

  3. American HealthTech Chosen By Alabama-Based Nursing Center For Comprehensive EHR

    American HealthTech (AHT), a wholly owned subsidiary of CPSI (NASDAQ: CPSI), recently announced that AHT has been selected by Fairview at Redstone Village in Huntsville, Alabama, to provide comprehensive EHR software and revenue cycle solutions along with support and solution hosting

  4. PharmScript Bolsters Executive Team With Addition Of Long-Term Care Industry Leaders

    PharmScript, a leading pharmacy provider to long-term care and post-acute care facilities, announced recently the appointments of six executives to its leadership team, including healthcare industry veterans John Walker, Daniel Maloney and Manny Raposo

  5. BioScrip, Inc. Joins Coalition To Advocate For Vulnerable Medicare Patients Losing Access To Home Infusion Care

    BioScrip, Inc., a leading national provider of infusion and home care management solutions, announced recently it has joined a newly established coalition, Keep My Infusion Care at Home, which spans several leading industry constituents working diligently to persuade the U.S. Congress to fix a new law that has caused critically ill, vulnerable Medicare patients to lose access to home infusion care

  6. Remedi SeniorCare Expands West Through Acquisition Of Frontier Pharmacy In Denver, Colorado

    Remedi SeniorCare expands its footprint to Colorado with the acquisition of Frontier Pharmacy. Jeff Stamps, President and CEO states, "We continue to demonstrate our commitment to the long-term care industry by offering residents in skilled nursing and assisted living facilities the safest medication delivery system available on the market, PAXIT®"

  7. Cancer Survivors Need More Efficient Integrated Long-Term Care And Stronger Policies Across Healthcare, Advocacy And The Workplace, New Research Concludes

    As more patients are living longer with cancer, multi-stakeholder-driven changes are required to improve integrated, or coordinated, care that addresses the range of their long-term needs, according to a new Bristol-Myers Squibb-sponsored global research initiative developed by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) titled Global Cancer Survivorship: The Need for Integrated Care

  8. Long-Term Safety And Efficacy Data Of Extended Half-Life Therapy ALPROLIX In Children With Hemophilia B Published In The Lancet Haematology

    Bioverativ Inc. and Swedish Orphan Biovitrum AB (publ) (Sobi) recently announced that results from the Kids B-LONG Phase 3 clinical trial, which studied ALPROLIX [Coagulation Factor IX (Recombinant), Fc Fusion Protein] in previously-treated children with severe hemophilia B, were published in The Lancet Haematology

  9. COMS Interactive Releases An Enhanced Design, Skilled Nursing Facilities Already Seeing Value

    COMS Interactive, the clinical care and quality improvement leader in the senior care market, released a new assessment design and usability enhancements that are continuing their mission to improve nursing workflow

  10. Eagle Brings Telemedicine Solutions To Long-Term Acute Care Hospitals

    Eagle Hospital Physicians, a physician-led hospitalist management firm and telemedicine provider for hospitals across the United States, is finding a growing new market in the nation's long-term acute care hospitals, whose unique needs are a good fit for telemedicine services