Long-Term Living's staff hopes these sites will give readers more opportunity to network with likeminded professionals, share information, contribute thoughts on the magazine's editorial direction, and stay up to date with news.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 1, 2009
Patient Placement Systems announced today the launch of CaringForward.com, a Web site designed for continuing care professionals to discuss and learn about challenges, advancements and technologies in long term care.
"The long-term care industry has begun to embrace the Internet as a forum of sharing information and exchanging ideas," said Doug Walker, vice president of marketing for Patient Placement Systems, in the site's first post. "We're launching CaringForward.com to join the discussion . . . (with) other information and fresh ideas about how long-term care providers can use technology to achieve their mission of care while improving business and operational performance."
The editors at Long-Term Living Magazine provided another recent example of how the industry is adopting the Web and social media tools to connect and share ideas with the launch of its online Networking Space.
"Long-Term Living decided to further expand its presence into the Web 2.0 (social media) phenomenon," the editors said when announcing the new site and interactive features. "Long-Term Living's staff hopes these sites will give readers more opportunity to network with likeminded professionals, share information, contribute thoughts on the magazine's editorial direction, and stay up to date with news."
Patient Placement Systems encourages discussion and evaluation of technologies that advance the mission of quality long-term care. CaringForward.com is an effective, interactive site for learning about how new trends in health care technology can help continuing care providers gain competitive advantage, improve care, perform better and increase revenue. It also serves as an opportunity to ask questions and garner insight and opinions from industry leaders on the various products and services available to them.
About Referral Management System: PatientPlacement.com designed the simple, low-cost Web-based software solution for nursing homes, home health agencies, hospice services and other long-term care providers to automate and accelerate admissions and intake. The subscription service automates every step of the long-term care admissions process, including insurance verification, marketing activity tracking, form creation, and reporting. Inbound faxes convert automatically to electronic documents--eliminating long fax waits and mountains of paper. The simple solution provides the functions of a fax server, document database and archive, and communications service.
About Patient Placement Systems: Patient Placement Systems helps continuing care providers admit more patients, generate more revenue, compete better and respond faster with simple, efficient Web-based healthcare software that automates and accelerates admissions and referral management. Patient Placement Systems is a proud Jackson Healthcare company, sharing a common dedication to providing the world's best healthcare software, technology and services. For more information, visit http://www.patientplacement.com or call 877-748-6656.
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