How do you protect your data and meet regulatory compliance guidelines with a limited IT staff? This ebook discusses six measures skilled nursing facilities can take to follow best practices for.
Ownership changes are a fact of life in senior care. When a nursing home or LTPAC facility changes hands, you’re often faced with the challenge of migrating the electronic health record (EHR).
There is tremendous interest in using voice assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant in skilled nursing, LTPAC facilities and assisted living settings.
It’s a common adage in cybersecurity: humans are the weakest link in your defenses.
If you’re considering an electronic health records (EHR) system for your LTPAC or assisted living facility, our experience with senior care clients tells us that there are two popular choices:.
Consolidation through mergers and acquisitions is a fact of life in long-term, post-acute care (LTPAC).
It’s a sad fact that criminals often prey on the most vulnerable. This was proven true in the ransomware attacks that impacted LTPAC facilities during November.
National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, observed each October, promotes heightened awareness of the importance of computer security issues. This year’s theme is “Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT.”
Your nursing home or skilled nursing facility likely relies heavily on your Internet connection for delivering patient care.
As the baby boom generation enters the Senior Care market, skilled nursing, assisted living and other facilities that serve to the senior population face a new challenge.