Long-Term and Post-Acute Care

Enriching Experience and Outcomes for Residents ‒
Across Their Care Journey.

Who We Help in Long-Term Care

Post-Acute

Rehabilitation assistants, occupational therapists, hospice workers, registered nurses and palliative care leads all manage a difficult transition in the patient care journey. Our solutions offer actionable, evidence-based best practice when they need it most ‒ at the point of care. These post-acute professionals use eForms and Progress Notes tools to facilitate interprofessional communication, support seamless transitions and improve the overall standard of care.

Long-Term Care

With constrained resources, administrative burden and complex patient conditions, long-term care professionals, including administrators, care directors and registered nurses, need support at the point of care. Our suite of applications, including clinical support tools (CSTs) and Progress Notes, enable interprofessional communication, standardized admissions and holistic care for residents across their care journey.

Home Care

The number of residents with complex care needs is rising, and home care professionals face unique challenges. Our tools, particularly Progress Notes, helps nurses, home support workers, respite workers, client care attendants and other professionals by providing centralized clinical notes that tell a patient’s entire story. This standardized documentation system helps to improve workflows and the quality of a patient’s experience in a home care environment.

eForms

Effortless Documentation for Clinicians

eForms makes it easy for clinicians to complete and review an endless number of digital forms throughout their day in just a few clicks.  Our clients have seen a positive return on investment within the first year based on reduced paper, printer, and courier costs alone.

Products

EntryPoint Platform

Patient Order Sets

TxConnect

eForms

Spotlight Analytics

Progress Notes

Resources

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