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January 20, 2019


The Problem According to a new report from iAdvance Senior Care, the rise of data is one of the most important trends in Skilled Nursing at this moment. While the trend towards the electronization of medical records has been going on for many years at this point, the article discusses the vast potential inherent in “savvy […]

December 21, 2018

Cyber Security- A Follow Up Post

In light of our most recent post, we are returning to an earlier feature of ours: Cyber Security. In today’s digital age, almost everything is electronic:  medical records, documentation, communication, files, and more.  In the LTPAC industry, you deal with sensitive and confidential information on a daily basis, whether it is patient files, employee records, […]

December 6, 2018

On Data Security

A New Breach Data-security is often seen by the general public as something that should be left to the experts. When Facebook recommends a strong password, people listen. And when Google tells you that in order to keep your account safe you should really, really enact two step authentication- well, of course you should. Now […]

October 21, 2018

How Data-Driven Software Can Help Solve the Opioid Crisis

The Opioid Crisis A new article by Dr. Steve Bennett discusses the need for a data-driven approach in the fight against opioid abuse. Bennett’s piece features a young man named Andy who tragically succumbed to opiod addiction while still young. The opioid crisis is real and affecting the US as this post goes to the […]

September 27, 2018

Groundbreaking Study: Challenges in the LTPAC Market

A Groundbreaking New Study From McKnight’s According to a new study featured in McKnight’s, managed care organizations are focusing on nursing homes costs rather than quality when choosing partners. The report specifically focused on MCOs in California that serve beneficiaries of both Medicaid and Medicare. According to the study’s author Dr. Charlene Harrington, “It’s clear […]

September 13, 2018

The Opioid Crisis Among Seniors

The Opioid Crisis Among Seniors While it is rare that a week will go by without news about the Opioid Crisis in the US, it is less known that some of the most underreported victims are seniors. According to a US Senate report a full one third of people with a Medicare prescription drug plan […]

September 7, 2018

The Advantages of a Data-Driven Approach for LTPAC

The Present: By some estimates, LTPAC organizations nationwide generate over 500 gigabytes of data. This is essentially a gold mine. With the right tools and data scientists, data becomes actionable and can improve organizational efficiency in terms of both time and money spent. The obvious question remains, however: How can this practically be done? The […]

August 28, 2018

Vendor Affiliation Opportunities In LTPAC

 Vendor affiliation opportunities in LTPAC facilities have proven to make a significant impact. In this competitive environment for the LTPAC industry, every dollar counts, and Vendor Affiliations can be a great deal for LTPAC organizations. Vendor Affiliation and Cooperation occurs when Vendors work with LTPAC organizations to sell their products, typically with a percentage going to […]

July 20, 2018

Precision Medicine Treatments at LTPAC Facilities

Precision Medicine is at the vanguard of medical care. With a market size of over $40 billion in 2016 and an estimated market of $141 billion in 2026, this approach has already arrived and promises to grow even more in the near future. Simply put, Precision Medicine enables the investigation of various diseases by evaluating […]

June 27, 2018

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in LTPAC Facilities

Machine learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are making a big splash in the medical technology field today in general and LTPAC market in particular. The amount of data in the LTPAC market can help hospitals and nursing homes operate more efficiently; according to a recent report, the market is expected to exceed $10 billion by 2024.   Through the use of pattern recognition technologies, facilities will better serve patients while increasing their […]