An analytics company that draws on data entered into skilled nursing facilities’ electronic medical records (EMRs) launched an infection surveillance system designed to capture signs of infection early – whether from COVID-19 or influenza – and slow outbreaks. Real Time Medical Systems, which is based in Linthicum Heights, Md., launched its DiseaseWatch data collection service
Scott Rifkin is a Health Care Executive, Physician and a graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) and George Washington University School of Medicine. With over 30 years of experience in the practice of internal medicine and clinical healthcare management, he has become a renowned professional in the healthcare field. He is certified
BALTIMORE, June 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Real Time Medical Systems, the industry-leading interventional analytics solution in healthcare, is officially announcing its launch of DiseaseWatch, a data collection service providing nursing facilities and health entities a centralized infection surveillance system to immediately detect hotspots of potential infectious diseases – from COVID-19 to influenza – days in advance. In May, it was
Data continues to be the watchword in a skilled nursing marketplace where hospitals and other referral partners demand increasingly concrete information about post-acute outcomes. In response, numerous tech companies have stepped into the fray to provide potential solutions — from data analytics tools that can identify serious health issues before they escalate to a hospitalization,
Scott Rifkin has been working in the internal medicine field and managing healthcare clinics for over 30 years. He received his degree in medicine from the school of medicine of George Washington University, has internal medicine certification, and for 20 years practiced medicine in Maryland. Besides, Scott Rifkin has worked as an emergency medicine doctor for several SNFs seeking help on different issues of quality care and established AmericasDoctor.com, Inc.