Stephen C. Morrisette
Daylight IQ™ empowers clinical teams with information and technology at the point of care. This results in the caregivers being able to provide better care, directly increasing an organization’s census with related improvements in financial outcomes. A key component of the Daylight IQ™ product suite is the reduction in unnecessary hospital readmissions by as much as 50%, a related decrease in premature mortality rates, and an increase in successful discharges.
"VHCA continues to research, identify and offer products and services that enable member facilities to enhance resident clinical care," noted Edward J. Tromczynski, Chief Executive Officer, COMS Interactive. "It is decisive action such as this which reinforces VHCA’s leadership position in the post-acute care community, and VHCA members will benefit greatly from this partnership."
Data indicates that the average nursing home, home care or assisted living resident has a complicated disease profile, with one primary disease and up to eight secondary diseases or afflictions. Over 70% of re-hospitalizations are due to the progression of secondary or new diseases. By providing early detection of changes in condition, Daylight IQ™ highlights potential problems and offers caregivers the opportunity to respond, preventing further progression of the illness or affliction.
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