THA Center for Innovative Solutions (TCIS) Partners With Real Time Medical Systems to Provide Hospitals with Analytics Solution to Obtain Post-Acute Interoperability

Originally published on Real Time Medical Systems by Baltimore, MD, February 24, 2021 Cloud-based solution enables Tennessee Hospital Association (THA) members to receive live EHR data on patients during the post-acute stay and collaboratively work with network to improve patient outcomes and reduce total cost of care   Baltimore, MD, February 24, 2021 – Real Time

Pandemic Intensifies 2021 Post-Acute Care Trends

Technology investments will provide industry with needed efficiencies to workforce management and oversight policies Workforce engagement will continue to be a top challenge and trend throughout the post-acute care space in 2021. In 2020, a Workforce 360 survey of over 2100 long-term, senior living and healthcare professionals identified the top two workforce challenges facing the industry as

Real Time Medical Systems Announces Infection Control and Antibiotic Stewardship Surveillance Solution for Nursing Facilities

Originally published on Real Time Medical Systems News on Keri DeSalvo by September , 2020  Interactive solution uses live EHR data to automate tracking and trending insights to identify early onsets of infections, monitor antibiotic usage, and simplify reporting requirements Baltimore, MD, September 1, 2020 – Real Time Medical Systems (Real Time), the leading post-acute interventional

Scott Rifkin: Real Time Medical Systems Appoints Steven M. Stein, MD as Chief Medical Officer

Originally published on Real Time Medical Systems News on Keri DeSalvo by September 17, 2020 Recognized for his innovative and successful approach to care management, Dr. Stein brings a vast knowledge of both post-acute and payor markets to the industry’s leading interventional analytics company. Baltimore, MD, September 17, 2020 – Real Time Medical Systems (Real Time),

Scott Rifkin: PatientPing and Real Time Medical Systems Join Forces to Prevent High-Risk Patient Readmissions for Post-Acute Care and Skilled Nursing Facilities

Originally published on Real Time Medical Systems News by PatientPing on August 11, 2020    BOSTON, MA (August 11, 2020) — PatientPing, the nation’s leading care collaboration and e-notifications platform, today announced a strategic partnership with Real Time Medical Systems (Real Time) to better serve Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs) and Post-Acute Care (PAC) organizations in reducing hospital readmissions.

Scott Rifkin: SRHO – The National Association, Partners with Real Time Medical Systems

Originally posted on Real Time Medical Systems by Keri DeSalvo on August 3rd, 2020 Baltimore, MD, August 3, 2020 – Real Time Medical Systems (Real Time), the leading post-acute Interventional Analytics solution, is excited to announce its partnership with the Strategic Regional Healthcare Organization – The National Association (SRHO). Real Time will provide the Association’s Members

Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore County Doctor Fronts Nursing Homes $240K To Buy Personal Protective Equipment

The coronavirus pandemic has forced some organizations to take on roles they’ve never done before, but businesses aren’t the only ones stepping up to the plate. When a group of nursing homes needed money to secure personnel protective equipment, a private citizen stepped up to help. While hundreds of parking spaces sat empty in a

Officials Turn to Analytics to Predict COVID-19 Hotspots in Nursing Homes

An analytics company that provides data in real time about changes in patient conditions has launched an infectious disease surveillance program in the wake of the COVID-19 national emergency, with the goal of identifying hot spots for the disease before they gather steam. Real Time Medical Systems, a provider of interventional analytics software based in

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As one Philly-area nursing home endures 50 COVID-19 cases, leaders turn to data-driven solutions

Montgomery County officials said Tuesday that one of its long-term care facilities has more than 50 cases of COVID-19, a disclosure that highlights the risk of outbreaks in buildings filled with frail seniors. A total of 67 residents in senior facilities have died, comprising 61% of the county’s fatalities from the virus. In all, 364