A recent study found that the average assisted living resident suffers from more than 14 chronic conditions at the same time1 – conditions like asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure, and so on.
Needed to say, it’s no stretch to say that when you mix resident care needs with the daily tasks required of caregivers and administrators, few healthcare settings have to juggle more and multitask better than senior living facilities.
To this, add in the challenges senior living administrators are facing today with staffing and reimbursement issues, and that assisted living facilities are continually being asked (more like expected) to do more with less. This includes their rehab therapy teams, whether they operate in-house or as part of a contract therapy provider serving ALFs and SNFs.
One solution to overcoming such seemingly monumental challenges in senior living rehab therapy is to embrace technology. After all, some of today’s tech tools offer features specifically designed to boost efficiency, productivity, engagement and outcomes.
How can you identify the best tools to use in accomplishing these goals for your in-house or contract rehab therapy teams? We at Net Health have put together a free ebook to help you out.
Titled “6 Features Every Assisted Living Facility Needs in a Rehab Therapy EHR,” our ebook was written to empower ALF administrators, as well as rehab therapy leaders who work with senior living facilities, as they consider technology-based tools for improving operations as well as outcomes.
Our ebook takes a look at the potential that exists for assisted living facilities with EHR-based features that:
- Streamline the intake process, including insurance verification
- Vastly improve scheduling
- Establish more efficient documentation and billing processes
- Enhance resident/family engagement
To learn more, download this free ebook today!
6 Features Every Assisted Living (ALF) Needs in a Rehab Therapy EHR
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1 Senior Housing News, “Average Assisted Living Resident Manages More Than 14 Chronic Conditions,” Sept. 14, 2022