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AL ADVANTAGE is a cloud-based assisted living software, designed and supported by assisted living health care experts. Senior caregivers record resident care activities for specific state compliance and optimum clinical outcomes.... Read more
Recent recommendations: 3 recommendations
MatrixCare Senior Living helps operators streamline their processes to drive occupancy and meet business objectives. By leveraging innovative technology, MatrixCare enables staff to manage financial and operational information using... Read more
Recent recommendations: 2 recommendations
myUnity by Netsmart (formerly HealthMEDX Vision) is a person-centered, unified electronic health record (EHR) system that connects all senior living lines of business with other care settings. This next-generation platform allows providers... Read more
NetSolutions by Cantata Health is a fully-integrated electronic health record and financial management solution built to help skilled nursing facilities and assisted living providers to better collect revenue, improve quality measures,... Read more
Assisted Living Intelligent Solutions (ALIS) is electronic health records (EHR) software for assisted living and memory care communities of all sizes throughout the U.S. Founded in 2005, vendor Medtelligent designed ALIS as a Web-based... Read more
ECP is a cloud-based electronic health records (EHR) solution that assists living and senior care communities of any size. It is suitable for multi-state providers and includes assessments, care charting, alerts, task lists, and reports.... Read more
eResidentCare is a cloud-based care management solution for assisted living facilities, group homes, adult foster care, residential care and mental health centers. Primary features include charting, resident care plans, incident reports,... Read more
Storiicare is a cloud-based long-term care solution that enables adult daycare centers, assisted living providers and nursing homes to manage processes related to patients’ admissions, communications, staff scheduling and more. It... Read more
Caremerge is a cloud-based senior care facilities and long term care solution. Primary features include senior living EHR, family engagement, community engagement and chronic care management. Caremerge integrates with an existing... Read more
Cerner’s CareTracker is a long-term care solution that enables assisted living facilities with no requirement of paper documentation. Through iPads and touch-screen kiosks, users can collect resident data including behavior,... Read more
Interactant is a cloud-based, integrated solution consisting of clinical and financial modules. It caters primarily to long-term care, long-term acute care, behavioral health and rehabilitation providers. The solution consists of... Read more
PointClickCare's Senior Living Core Platform is a senior-care focused platform that allows nursing and assisted living providers to provide the best possible resident experience, attract and retain talent, and ensure risk and safety... Read more
Eldermark is a cloud-based electronic health records (EHR) solution that offers functionalities to help assisted living facilities to meet various clinical, financial and marketing needs. Eldermark’s Service Minder product (EHR)... Read more
CareSynchrony from Sanvis Health is a comprehensive software suite that has been designed to fit the diverse needs of senior living communities. CareSynchrony suite includes tools for marketing (CRM), ADL tracking, resident care and... Read more
Optimus EMR is a cloud-based HIPAA compliant electronic medical record (EMR) solution that helps medical service providers to automate patient care documentation and manage facility operations. Modules offered by Optimus EMR include... Read more
COMET is an integrated set of applications for Long-term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) communities. These applications are grouped into suites that can be combined or purchased separately. COMET clinical EMR suite can be used to chart... Read more
Optimum Series EMR by ADL Data Systems is a hybrid integrated HIPAA compliant suite of medical applications that provides long-term care providers various modules for managing their administrative options and routines. Modules are... Read more
Carevium Assisted Living is a solution that serves senior care providers. This cloud-based system includes a number of clinical, financial and marketing functions to automate resident care and can be accessed via mobile device. Medical... Read more
iCareManager is an electronic health record (EHR) solution that enables long-term care facilities, assisted living and home health care centers to streamline processes for staff training, billing, attendance tracking and more. The... Read more
PALs Executive by PALs Software is a cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) solution for assisted living providers. Key features include marketing and billing applications, medication manager, nursing notes, quality assurance and... Read more
Assisted living facilities are becoming more prevalent for those with special needs or with the rising elderly population. But a boom in the industry also means more competition and, consequently, greater need for improving services. While software can help, technology requirements of such facilities are different than those of general medical practices'.
Hence, you'll want to evaluate solutions that are specific to assisted living. That's why we've created this Buyers Guide to detail everything you need to know before making the final purchase decision.
Here's what we'll cover:
- What is assisted living software?
- Common features of assisted living software
- What type of buyer are you?
- Benefits of assisted living software
- Key considerations
What is assisted living software?
Assisted living software helps assisted living facilities manage the well-being and satisfaction of their residents by enhancing the quality of healthcare and other services. In addition, the software helps assisted living facilities optimize their resource allocation, manage medical staff scheduling, and bill patients to receive payments.
Common features of assisted living software
Different vendors offer different features in their assisted living software. Selecting the right assisted living software for your facility is easier when you know what the common features are and what they do.
|Resident ADL assessment||Users can assess activities of daily living (ADLs)—used for patient move-in and pre-admission assessments, and periodic reviews to adjust care levels.|
|eMAR and eTAR||Users can manage medication details in the form of electronic medication administration records (eMAR) and electronic treatment administration records (eTAR). They provide users with accurate description of medications, strength, and dosage information along with physician notes and other suggestions.|
|Patient scheduling||Allows staff to schedule medical appointments for resident patients. Users can not only make and edit appointments, but also search and find scheduled appointments.|
|Reporting||Users can access real-time reports (graphical charts) on resident census, occupancy, billing summary, move-ins, move-outs, prospects, etc.|
|Medical billing||Allows users to automate repetitive and error-prone billing tasks. The feature helps practices verify patients' insurance coverage, submit claims electronically, and improve collections.|
|Marketing and referrals management||Users can capture and track leads, and manage follow-up communications.|
To further understand these features and learn about assisted living software vendors, call our advisors at 855-998-8505 for free, no-obligation help. They'll help you narrow down your options by listening to your requirements and recommending the best-suited solutions for your facility.
What type of buyer are you?
Before you start evaluating assisted living software options, you'll want to know what buyer category you belong to. We believe most buyers will fall into one of the below categories:
Small and independent assisted living facilities: These buyers offer some measure of social and healthcare services assistance, however, to a lesser degree compared to managed care facilities or nursing homes. Common software features that are more typical for these facilities include resident ADL assessment and patient scheduling.
Managed care communities: These buyers provide a broader range of healthcare services compared to the basic ones offered by small and independent living facilities. These buyers would require medical billing and reporting options due to the larger number of residents they deal with.
- Large nursing homes: The requirements of nursing homes are not different from those of hospitals. These buyers usually prefer an EHR suite with an integrated assisted living software module.
Benefits of assisted living software
While some of the benefits of assisted living software may be clear from our discussion above, we've called out the most notable ones below:
Efficient care: Assisted living software helps you prepare move-ins and pre-admissions along with periodic reviews to adjust care levels. You can also keep track of residents' dietary requirements, medications, and treatment directions in real time. This enhances the quality of care and satisfaction of residents.
Increased profitability: Assisted living software helps increase profits by streamlining administrative tasks while your staff remains focused on resident care. The software's reporting feature provides you graphical representations of your business's performance, so you remain up-to-date on all business aspects of your facility.
Here are some important questions to consider before you purchase assisted living software:
Mobile readiness: If you want to access your assisted living software on an iPad, iPhone, or Android device, ask your shortlisted vendors if they have a mobile app. As more and more healthcare professionals use mobile devices in a professional capacity, assisted living software vendors are developing apps for smartphones and tablets.
Scalability: Ask your shortlisted vendors about the scalability of their tools. You'll need a solution that supports your practice as it grows and is able to handle your expanding needs.
- Customer support: Find out if the vendor offers support 24/7, only during business hours, or not at all. Also, ask about available support options, such as email, phone, or live chat.
- Integration: Ask the vendor whether the assisted living software integrates with your existing electronic health records (EHR) system or not. Integration would help you import patient health data seamlessly.
Note: The applications selected in this article are examples to show a feature in context and are not intended as endorsements or recommendations. They have been obtained from sources believed to be reliable at the time of publication.