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Family Donates and Dedicates Fireplace at Touchpoints at Manchester
November 9, 2017Judy W had been a patient at Touchpoints at Manchester. After her passing, Judy’s family wanted to honor her memory and her experience at TAM and struck upon the idea for a lobby fireplace. This family’s experience and love for TAM so beautifully shows how important it is to live the customer experience on every level.
SimplyVital Health (SVH), the blockchain for healthcare protocol welcomes iCare Management to its platform. SVH is transforming healthcare through its ConnectingCare platform, a blockchain-based data storage and analytics platform aimed at streamlining medical data storage and sharing. Through its ConnectingCare platform, SVH will support the assessment and management of patients in iCare’s signature Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) rehabilitation program.
Fresh River Healthcare Rated as One of the Best Nursing Homes by US News and World Report
November 1, 2017NEWS ALERT - Fresh River Healthcare in East Windsor, CT was named a 2017-18 Best Nursing Home by US News and World Report. According to U.S. News officials, each facility was assigned a rating ranging from 1.0 to 5.0, using their own analysis of data posted by the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Fresh River earned a rating of 5. Only 15% of the facilities that U.S. News rated achieved “Top Performing” status by earning a rating of at least 4.5.
Sleep Studies for Patients with Congestive Heart Failure
October 30, 2017Breathing disorders during sleep are common in CHF. Sleep studies of patients with heart failure suggest that sleep disordered breathing is experienced in 50% of patients and is a powerful predictor of poor prognosis. Sleep disordered breathing broadly comprises obstructive sleep apnea, when upper airway instability causes mechanical obstruction to breathing; and central sleep apnea, characterized by an absence of ventilatory effort.
It is a rare occasion where a skilled nursing facility resident comes back to the facility to join the team. But that’s exactly what happened with Touchpoints at Farmington resident Alina N. After rehabilitating for a broken leg that required physical therapy, Alina returned as a Recreation Assistant.