Ann Fahey-Widman, APR
Vice President, Corporate Communications
Holladay Healthcare Center is a long term facility in Holladay, Utah. According to the administrator at the facility, abaqis has changed their point of view. Instead of using it as a preparation tool, they have taken abaqis past preparation which has led to improved outcomes and customer satisfaction. This video illustrates how the combination of staff involvement and technology can increase efficiencies, productivity and patient care.
Isabella Geriatric Center, a 705-bed nursing home in northern Manhattan, looked to Medline for help setting up their wound care protocol. Medline responded by providing advanced wound care products that feature revolutionary Educational Packaging that displays all the information their clinicians need, step-by-step, to help them choose the right product.
For Lorien Health Systems, a long-term care group with eight facilities in Maryland, the ideal supply vendor offers more than the best price. By partnering with Medline, Lorien facilities are receiving top-notch customer service, best-in-class products and educational resources that help them deliver quality care to their residents.
Bandera Healthcare, 12-facility long-term care group in Arizona, was looking for a quality assurance system that was more resident centered rather than its current program. By using abaqis, Bandera’s facilities not only identify what their residents specifically like and dislike about their care, it also is helping the staff prepare for the new Quality Indicator Survey being rolled out across Arizona and eventually the entire country.
Christian Care Home in St. Louis, Missouri was in need of refurbishing its 180-bed nursing home. Here is the story of how Medline worked with the home to furnish new drapes, cubicle curtains and other interior needs to enhance the facility's resident quality of care.
Golden Living, a family of companies that specialize in recovery care with 304 facilities, partnered with Medline to implement a resident incontinent program and other quality assurance initiatives to enhance resident care and reduce cost throughout the system.
As a small 143-bed non-profit nursing home, Greene Acres does not have the resources some larger facilities have to train and educate its staff on wound care, incontinence treatment and other quality assurance initiatives. Medline’s COMPASS programs provide Greene Acres with training, tools, tips and techniques to help the facility manage its biggest challenges.
When 280-bed Morse Geriatric Center made the decision to serve both the long-term care and rehab marketplace, they looked to Medline as an innovative partner who understood both markets and could help them meet their needs.
This 120-bed nursing facility in Lagrange, KY., needed help in treating and preventing pressure ulcers for their residents. When the facility began using Medline’s Pressure Ulcer Prevention program, pressure ulcers dropped by 50 percent by combining clinical education, best-in-class products and dedicated program management.
Initially, Trinity Regional Rehab Center, a 120-bed skilled nursing facility in Tampa Bay, FL., started using abaqis to help the facility prepare for the new Quality Indicator Survey (QIS). However, it soon became apparent that abaqis could help with Trinity’s overall QA process by identifying areas of improvement and getting valuable feedback from residents and family members.
This 19 home chain in Massachusetts and New York uses Medline’s Pressure Ulcer Prevention program and skin care products to help them reduce of pressure ulcers and skin issues.