The American population is changing—and that means important shifts for long term care, too. When we hit the mid-century mark, caregivers and communities will be working with a population that looks very different from what we see today.
StoneBridge Senior Living
“We are an organization focused on quality. Of course, our team would be happy with any solution that helps us improve our quality. We have come a long way with respect to QAPI in the last year, and I would definitely give that credit to QA Reader.”
StoneBridge is a 14-facility organization operating out of Missouri and Arkansas. It’s a family owned and operated company founded over 50 years ago. StoneBridge offers skilled nursing, assisted living, memory care and rehabilitation services across the 14 facilities. The mission of the organization is to provide exceptional care and services in a family-like setting. As a family institution, StoneBridge is dedicated to providing quality clinical care and focuses on enhancing lives. Its communities provide a spectrum of high quality care in a comfortable, residential setting. Family is the forefront in the organization’s communities and it operates to support and assist all family members and friends of residents.
Learn how QA Reader uses adverse event management to improve communications and improve care.
“QA Reader identifies issues that the EHR simply can not tell you.”
Lakeside Meadows, part of StoneBridge Senior Living, is a 96 bed facility in central Missouri. It offers a wide range of lifestyle, care and rehabilitative choices. It is a beautifully appointed and gracious facility.
Learn why preventing adverse events is mission critical to senior care facilities.
Advantage Living Centers
“I have no doubt that QAR prevented incidents from occurring because we are now able to identify trends earlier and in real-time”
(ALC) operates 12 skilled nursing facilities and assisted living facilities across Michigan. Advantage focuses on helping people heal by providing the best care possible for short and long-term needs through “state-of-the-heart care” and support centers. ALC is in growth mode and wanted to reduce the time for collecting and managing incidents, and eliminating inconsistencies in incident tracking and management.
Learn about the tremendous impact QA Reader had on improving their operations and quality of care.
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