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February 19, 2019

Four Questions Series: Erik Iverson, VP of Business Development, Legacy Healthcare

For our latest Four Questions Series, we sat down with Erik Iverson, VP of Business Development at Legacy Healthcare located in Skokie, Illinois. Legacy Healthcare provides skilled nursing, rehabilitation and specialized services to patients across 32 facilities throughout the Chicagoland area, as well as in Utah and Montana. Legacy aims to provide personal, empathetic, and customized care to each of the patients they serve.

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January 23, 2019

Four Questions Series: Tim Carey, Director of Data and Performance Analytics, BaneCare Management

For our latest Four Questions Series, we sat down with Tim Carey, director of data and performance analytics at BaneCare Management. BaneCare Management operates 12 skilled nursing facilities throughout Massachusetts, and is a trusted family-owned senior services company that has been a leading provider of rehabilitation, skilled nursing, assisted living and adult day health for nearly six decades. BaneCare is driven to creating an environment built on compassion, dignity, and respect for residents and their extended families, as well as for its community and staff.

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December 20, 2018

PatientPing Success Story: Houston Methodist Coordinated Care

For our latest PatientPing Success Story video, we spoke with Janice Finder, director of population health at Houston Methodist Coordinated Care (HMCC) in Houston, Texas.

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November 15, 2018

Recap: PatientPing Hosts Texas Community Summit

On October 18th, PatientPing hosted a Texas Community Summit at the Hilton Houston Westchase in Houston, Texas. The event brought together over 50 of our Accountable Care Organization (ACO), skilled nursing facility (SNF), home health agency (HHA), long-term acute care (LTAC) and hospice community members–who traveled near and far–for a day of networking, product updates and feedback, and discussions about the latest trends in healthcare.

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August 22, 2018

Four Questions Series: Kimberly Sorace, Nurse Care Coordinator & Practice Transformation Coordinator, Partners in Care ACO

In our latest Four Questions Series, we sat down with Kimberly Sorace from Partners in Care ACO located in East Brunswick, New Jersey. As nurse care coordinator and practice transformation coordinator, Kimberly is in direct contact with patients across 15 practices to monitor their admissions and discharges to improve care coordination and transitional care management workflows.

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August 16, 2018

PatientPing Success Story: Saint Francis Healthcare Partners

For our latest PatientPing Success Story video, we spoke with Karen Yakabowskas, post-acute care manager at Saint Francis Healthcare Partners in Hartford, Connecticut. 

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August 7, 2018

PatientPing Success Story: Generations Family Health Center

Welcome back to the PatientPing Success Story Video Series! For this video, we sat down with Judith Gaudet, systems of care manager at Generations Family Health Center.

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July 31, 2018

Four Questions Series: Joe Kachelski, CEO, WISHIN

For our latest Four Questions Series, we sat down with Joe Kachelski, CEO of the Wisconsin Statewide Health Information Network (WISHIN), to get his thoughts on value-based care, challenges he’s seeing in the healthcare space, along with how PatientPing has helped make an impact since partnering with WISHIN earlier this year.

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July 19, 2018

Recap: PatientPing Hosts Second New England Community Summit

On June 27th, we hosted our second New England Community Summit at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, MA. Our largest summit to date, the event brought together 100 ACO, post-acute, payer, and community providers from all over the region for a day of networking, best practices, and product updates with the goal of further connecting PatientPing’s diverse New England network.

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June 29, 2018

Event Recap: PatientPing and the Connecticut Hospital Association Roll Out Stories to CT Hospitals

Last week, PatientPing hosted an event at the Connecticut Hospital Association (CHA) offices to roll out its Stories product to hospitals across the state. Stories provide real-time patient context at the point of care so that providers can more accurately make treatment decisions. Stories include important information such as patient care team contact information, prior visit history, diagnostic information, and much more. Currently, real-time notifications (Pings) and patient context (Stories) are being utilized by PatientPing’s ACO, SNF, and home healthcare partners.

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