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Why Post-Acute Success Depends on Accepting High-Acuity Patients (and How to Do It)

Posted by EarlySense on Aug 6, 2018 11:23:29 AM

For post-acute managers looking to increase revenue and market reach, the ability to accept more referrals for high-acuity patients — and to treat them effectively, with a minimum of readmissions — is becoming an essential skillset in an increasingly competitive industry.

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How Contact Free Continuous Monitoring Technology Provides a Competitive Edge for Post-Acute Care Facilities

Posted by EarlySense on Jul 25, 2018 1:56:00 PM

As a technology with the power to “reduce costs, increase reimbursement, and improve the quality of care,” contact-free continuous monitoring (CFCM) can give alternate care facilities like post-acute care centers (PACs) and skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) new opportunities to raise their standard of care while improving financial performance.

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Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates with Continuous Patient Monitoring

Posted by EarlySense on Jul 19, 2018 6:03:50 AM

Too frequently, patients released from a hospital’s care find themselves returning to that same facility just a few days or weeks later. This is known all too well among administrators, doctors and nurses, as hospital readmissions have an immense impact on a facility’s overall financial and operational efficiency and effectiveness.

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Why Facilities Should Upgrade the “Spot Check” with Continuous Monitoring

Posted by EarlySense on May 23, 2018 3:56:17 AM

We live in a world where consumer health trackers and wearables have become the norm. From step trackers to home heart monitors, runners, joggers, hikers, and every other type of health-minded individuals are choosing to be constantly connected to health devices and can access their key health statistics and trends with the swipe of a finger.

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Dr. Karissa Price-Rico Demonstrates the Benefits of EarlySense’s Continuous Monitoring System at Fortune Brainstorm Health Conference

Posted by EarlySense on Apr 9, 2018 11:13:00 AM

There are a number of reasons why the use of continuous monitoring devices is on the rise throughout the nation’s (and the world’s) hospitals and healthcare facilities — and EarlySense Chief Operating Officer Karissa Price-Rico, PhD discussed them in detail at the 3rd annual Fortune Brainstorm Health conference.

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6 Tips for Avoiding Pressure Ulcers in Healthcare Facilities

Posted by EarlySense on Mar 26, 2018 11:15:00 AM

A silent but serious condition is impacting healthcare facilities around the world, taking a serious toll not only on patient safety but hospital revenue and operating costs, too. Although it’s not contagious, this condition afflicts 2.5 million patients each year, resulting in 60,000 deaths annually in the United States alone1. On top of that, it costs the U.S. health system an estimated $9-11 billion each year to treat this condition2. There’s little doubt that pressure ulcers — also known as bed sores, pressure sores, or decubitus ulcers — have become a silent, painful and costly condition, as well as a growing contributor to runaway operating costs.

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5 Considerations for European Nursing Homes Upgrading to the Digital Age

Posted by EarlySense on Mar 5, 2018 11:15:00 AM

The world is graying. According to EuroStat projections, population ageing is going to attain unprecedented levels throughout Europe in the next 50 years. This means that the senior living industry could potentially see a surge in residing residents in the near future. This impending flood of senior citizens, commonly referred to as the ‘silver tsunami’, is noticeably different than its previous generation. The baby boomers have matured in a world where technology has become increasingly ubiquitous in their personal lives. These are people who may have spent many of their later working years behind keyboards, smartphones, and earbuds. Subsequently, seniors and their caregivers, will assume that technology will play a similar role in their old age, resulting in heightened expectations in quality and service from assisted living and nursing homes. 

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Topics: senior living, continuous monitoring, alarm fatigue

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