Improve Your Level of Care by Taking Your Assessments Digital

The assessment is one of the most important and powerful tools used in an assisted living community. In providing the roadmap for resident care, it also helps define staffing needs and so has an impact on a community’s overall cash … Read More

Converting Paper Records to Electronic: Case Study with Country Meadows

In our last case study, we looked at how Illinois-based Grand Lifestyles managed its EHR implementation. Today, we’ll take a look at how Country Meadows, which includes 12 retirement communities in Maryland and Pennsylvania, handled the transition. The goal is … Read More

An Unlikely Solution for Senior Living Staff Turnover Rates

Employee turnover is a common and expensive challenge in many nursing homes and assisted living communities. Residents typically want to build relationships with the people caring for them, and high turnover rates can be frustrating and emotionally upsetting. Leaders at … Read More

Looking for Assisted Living? Add these 6 Items to Your Checklist

The process of choosing an assisted living community can be complex. And it’s an incredibly important decision: you’re helping a loved one decide where they might spend the rest of their life – or making that decision for yourself. Thanks to … Read More

Converting Paper Records to Electronic: Case Study with Grand Lifestyles

Electronic health records boast dozens of advantages over their paper counterparts. But converting from paper to electronic is a huge undertaking. When you’re struggling to keep up with day-to-day duties, the prospect of taking on a months-long system overhaul can … Read More

The Benefits of an EHR at Assisted Living and Memory Care Communities

For assisted living and memory care communities, the benefits of using electronic health records (EHR) touch every area of operations: relationships with family members, resident engagement, employee satisfaction and turnover, compliance, operational efficiency, and operational cost. While these benefits make … Read MoreRead More

You’re Probably Not Engaging Your Families As Well As You Could Be

Family Engagement has always been an issue in senior living. A University of Chicago survey of residents’ families found that 54% only hear from providers in emergencies, and 65% of family members wanted updates on their loved one’s care weekly or daily. … Read More

Introducing Nancy Koenig, New CEO of Caremerge

Dear customers, partners, and industry colleagues,  I am delighted to announce that effective October 2, 2017, Nancy Koenig will join Caremerge as its new CEO and member of the Board of Directors. This is an exciting milestone for Caremerge that … Read More

Trailblazers in Senior Living: Five to 10 years from now, how do you see technology impacting our generations of the future?

In Caremerge’s first Trailblazers in Senior Living installment, Asif Khan, Caremerge Founder/CEO and Andrew Smith, Brookdale’s Director of Strategy & Innovation discuss Technology’s Impact on Generational Relationships. Today’s featured question is: Five to 10 years from now, how do you … Read More

Trailblazers in Senior Living: How do you keep track/prioritize of all this technology?

In Caremerge’s first Trailblazers in Senior Living installment, Asif Khan, Caremerge Founder/CEO and Andrew Smith, Brookdale’s Director of Strategy & Innovation discuss Technology’s Impact on Generational Relationships. Today’s featured question is: How do you keep track/prioritize of all this technology? … Read More