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.
QA Reader Frees 500 Nursing Hours Per Year Per Facility
Most nursing home and assisted living facilities do not have an effective way to track resident incidents. Electronic health record systems are focused primarily on the resident, not on the facility, and are not designed for incident tracking, reporting, and analysis. In fact, many facilities still use paper incident reports and track these manually and cannot effectively analyze incidents by or across facilities and have no way to present results to management without investing hundreds of staff hours.
QA Reader customers report significant time-savings and better insight into incident tracking, trending, management and root cause analysis, which leads to improved care for residents and lower potential liability.
Our users self-report an average of 10 nursing hours saved per week per facility. That’s more than 500 hours saved per year! With easy web access, management can identify root causes, see current and historical trends, and better manage their communities.
Whether you’re operating a skilled nursing facility, an assisted living community, or a CCRC, you need a risk management tool that helps your staff quickly and accurately identify areas of risk. Most senior care providers rely on expensive labor to compile and disseminate QA information.
QA Reader leverages economies of scale and modern cloud-based technologies to reduce administrative workload while delivering consistent, actionable QA information. Our users report that QA Reader reduces facility workload by an average of 9.6 hours per week, for an average Return on Investment of 8.6.