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October 2, 2020

Why Telehealth Should Be the Standard Protocol in Long-Term Care Facilities

Why Telehealth Should Be the Standard Protocol in Long-Term Care Facilities By Ed Mercadante | October 1, 2020 With the COVID-19 cloud casting a shadow on high-risk elderly care communities, there’s another effect to make note of besides the way these facilities […]
September 30, 2020

Telemedicine Can Significantly Reduce High-Risk Medication Use in SNFs — Including Antipsychotics

Telemedicine Can Significantly Reduce High-Risk Medication Use in SNFs — Including Antipsychotics By Maggie Flynn | September 30, 2020 The value of telehealth in the skilled nursing setting has become apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic, with various care providers finding ways to maintain […]
September 11, 2020

MediTelecare Yields Positive Outcomes for Skilled Nursing Facilities Through Telehealth

MediTelecare Yields Positive Outcomes for Skilled Nursing Facilities Through Telehealth MediTelecare, the nation’s largest telehealth-behavioral care provider to the long-term care market, including skilled and assisted living centers, announced significant positive results in treating behavioral health conditions via telehealth. From […]
April 9, 2020

COVID-19 spurs telehealth, secure access tech services

COVID-19 spurs telehealth, secure access tech services By: Kimberly Marselas A range of for-profit and nonprofit healthcare organizations are responding to elderly people’s increased risk of developing COVID-19 with new services and adapted products. Following the Centers for Medicare & […]
February 25, 2020

MediTelecare Joins The Alzheimer’s Workplace Alliance

MediTelecare Joins The Alzheimer’s Workplace Alliance The Alzheimer’s Workplace Alliance (AWA) is a group of nearly 2,000 leading companies and organizations that have stepped up as leaders in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. As AWA Corporate Champions, MediTelecare  supports their […]
January 2, 2020

The importance of recognizing and treating depression in cardiac residents at skilled nursing facilities

The importance of recognizing and treating depression in cardiac residents at skilled nursing facilities Acute cardiac events, such as heart failure, affect over 2 million individuals in the United States each year, with over half of these individuals over 65. […]
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