Eldermark Software to Hold Inaugural Eldermark Exchange™ Symposium

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Informative gathering to demonstrate the future of connected senior care using centralized virtual personal health records.

Our goal is to take the lead in terms of interoperability and of sharing personal health records electronically and seamlessly across all key health partners for the senior care industry.

Recognized innovator of senior care software, Eldermark Software, is holding its inaugural Eldermark Exchange™ Symposium on June 9 and 10. The free educational event is focused on the future of connected senior care through the use of Health Information Exchanges (HIEs).

“HIEs will soon be essential to meet state and federal mandates to provide a more effective transition of care,” said Craig Patnode, president of Eldermark. “Our goal is to take the lead in terms of interoperability and of sharing personal health records electronically and seamlessly across all key health partners for the senior care industry.”

Registered event attendees include physicians and providers; senior care vendors; and trade association and senior living professionals—including nurses, IT staff, educators and licensed nursing home administrators. Through a combination of speakers and breakout sessions, attendees will learn how HIEs will improve efficiencies and outcomes and receive training on the use of senior care technology.

“We’ve spent the last 10 years creating technology to track and enhance resident care and improve the efficiencies of senior living facilities,” said Patnode. “The next step is to launch the HIE system in which all clinical care documents are accessible to every provider a resident interacts with to provide superior care for residents.”

The event will be held at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center and participants must register in advance. For more information visit http://www.eldermark.com/symposium.

About Eldermark Software (http://www.eldermark.com):
Since 1988, Eldermark has been building software products designed specifically to meet the needs of the senior housing facilities industry. Its core modular products—Clinical, Marketing, Billing, Risk Management, EMAR, and Point of Care—automate and streamline clinical reporting and billing, facility occupancy management, clinical operations auditing and risk mitigation, as well as resident care tracking. The company’s fully integrated platform and 24/7 customer care enables its customers to focus on providing residents superior care and improving their living experience.

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